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Padua College, Melbourne

Padua College
Location
Mornington, Rosebud, Tyabb(2014), Victoria, Australia
Information
Type Catholic
Motto Latin: Omnia Perseverantia Vincit
(Perseverance Conquers All Things)
Established 1898
Principal Chistopher Houlihan
Grades 7-12 (Mornington), 7-10 (Rosebud), 7-10 (Tyabb)
Number of students 2,000 (approx.)
Campus Mornington, Rosebud and Tyabb (2014)
Colour(s) Blue and Yellow
Newspaper 'The Paduan'
Website

Padua College is a Catholic co-educational Secondary College located in Victoria, Australia. The Mornington campus alone provides for approximately 2,000 students from across the Mornington Peninsula. The college also has a smaller campus in Rosebud (Year 7-10).

Facilities include a bird hide and wetlands areas, natural bushland, aquarium, drama rooms, art and media rooms, gymnasium, chapel, library, music rooms, tennis courts, basketball courts, food technology rooms, an aghort centre and two ovals.

Houses

Australian Church Cluster Modern Church Cluster Franciscan House Cluster Mercy House Cluster
Mornington Senior Campus (Yr 11-12) Mackillop John XXII Francis Mercy
Mornington Junior Campus (Yr 7-10) Chisholm Kolbe Assisi Frayne
Mannix Romero Clare Sebastian
Rosebud Junior Campus(Yr 7-10) Gold Teresa Anthony McAuley
Tyabb Junior Campus (Yr 7-10) McCormack Cardijn Geoghegan Doyle

Our Lady of the Sea Chapel - Rosebud Campus

This year (2012) marks 25 years since the opening of the Rosebud Campus. At the suggestion of Mr Peter O’Halloran, Head of Religious Education, the College Board was asked to consider naming the Chapel at Rosebud Campus, as has been the practice for significant buildings across the College.

In recognition of Padua College’s original name (when it opened in 1898) as the College of Our Lady of the Sea, and honouring the devotion to Mary in our three Southern Parishes, St Mary’s Star of the Sea Sorrento; Our Lady of Fatima Rosebud; and Our Lady of Perpetual Help Dromana, the College Board approved the naming of the chapel at Rosebud Campus as “Our Lady of the Sea Chapel”.

It was Easter 1994, through the enthusiastic endeavours of Mr Frank Colcott, that the College was able to secure what originally was the Wesleyan/Methodist Church, built around 1884 at Red Hill (and then from 1968 located at the Peninsula Gardens Pleasure Park in Rosebud) to be relocated to the Rosebud Campus as the Chapel.

Mornington Campus

The Mornington site is situated on over 14.5 hectares (thirty six acres) in a rural environment. The Junior Campus offers approximately 910 students from Years 7-10 a comprehensive range of subjects. Year 11 and 12 students are located in the Senior Campus which is separate from the rest of the College. There are approximately 600 senior students, who may choose to undertake various courses of study including the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE), the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) and Vocational Education and Training (VET). Senior Campus facilities include a study centre with networked computers, specialised science and computer laboratories, an agriculture centre and gymnasium.

Rosebud Campus

The Rosebud Campus was opened in 1987 and provides approximately 460 students. There has been a particular effort to use indigenous plants in the College grounds, for which the College has won several significant awards. The Rosebud Campus students move across to the Mornington Year 11 and 12 Campus for their senior studies.

Tyabb Campus

The Padua College Board of Management announced plans for a Year 7-10 Campus at Tyabb for students who live in the Western Port region. The Tyabb Campus will be located on Frankston Flinders Rd at the corner of Western Port Hwy. It is expected to open in 2014 with three classes at Year 7 and at least two classes at Year 8. The Tyabb Campus will grow to a four class intake as demand increases. Tyabb Campus students will be offered the same opportunities as at the Mornington and Rosebud Campuses, and the whole school will come together on various occasions throughout the year, including SIS Sport, Music, Rally Days, Padua Day and House Celebration Days. The Tyabb Campus students will move across to the Mornington Year 11 and 12 Campus for their senior studies.

Notable Alumni

  • Elizabeth Cambage, WNBL basketball player
  • Paul Dempsey, solo musician and songwriter, vocalist and guitarist, Something for Kate
  • Clint Hyndman, drummer, Something for Kate
  • Suzie Power-Reeves, runner
  • Nicky Whelan Actress and Model
  • Steve Aylward, Movie Producer
  • Josh Connelly, Premiership president, SMFC
  • Toby Thurstans, AFL Premiership player.
  • Tom Lynch, AFL Footballer for the Gold Coast Suns
  • Mitch Hallahan, AFL Footballer for the Hawthorn Football Club

References

Coordinates: 38°13′06.8″S 145°04′16.7″E / 38.218556°S 145.071306°E / -38.218556; 145.071306

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