St Patrick’s College, Strathfield is a Catholic school for boys in the Edmund Rice tradition from Years 5 to 12. It began with an enrolment of 39 boys in 1928 and today offers a quality education for over 1400 boys and young men, ordinarily aged from 10 to 18. The College seeks to educate men who are socially critical and spiritually aware, and who stand with the poor with empathy, compassion and empowerment.
Welcome to the St Patrick’s College, Strathfield website. I invite you to engage with this site to discover our school and what characterises education here. Our College was founded in 1928 by the Christian Brothers. We are a Catholic boys’...
When I think about St Patrick’s my mind races to a thousand different things. It is no secret that this school embraces and nurtures the many talents that the student body possess, whether it be academic, sporting, musical, and too...
In 1926 Christian Brothers’ Provincial, Br P I Hickey had the vision of building a new Catholic boys school on the outskirts of Strathfield. More specifically he proposed that this school be built within the perimeter of the Christian Brothers’...
Mission and Strategic Plan
The Strategic Plan 2016-2020 was launched at the end of 2015 and is the result of much reflection and consultation with our community, discerned through surveys, direct discussion and feedback over the course of 2015 with students, parents, Old Boys...
The College Board works with the Principal and EREA / Trustees of the Christian Brothers in an advisory capacity on matters of policy, strategic planning, finances and future directions. In addition to the Board, there a number of Board committees:...
The Uniform Shop is located underneath the Hodda building. Access via the driveway between the Hodda building and the new Crichton building or via Francis Street. The uniform shop gladly accepts cash, cheques, as well as Master Card, Visa Card...