Christian Brothers College, St. Kilda


Christian Brothers College, St. Kilda

Infobox Secondary school
name = Christian Brothers' College, St. Kilda

motto = "Virtus Sola Nobilitas"
(Latin: 'Virtue Alone is Noble')
established = 1878
type = Independent, all-male, secondary; co-education partnership at VCE with Presentation College, Windsor
affiliations = Roman Catholic, Christian Brothers
headmaster = Gerald BanKing
founder = Christian Brothers
chaplain = Fr. Barry Moran
chairman = James Esmonde
enrolment = None
grades = Years 7–12
colours = Dark Blue, Light Blue and Green
free_label_1 =
free_1 =
free_label_2 =
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campus =
city = St. Kilda
state = VIC
country = Australia
website = [http://www.cbcstkilda.melb.catholic.edu.au/ www.cbcstkilda.melb.catholic.edu.au/]

St. Kilda's Christian Brothers College is an Australian Roman Catholic all-boys independent (private) secondary school, run under the auspices of the Congregation of Christian Brothers. The College is a member of the Associated Catholic Colleges - Victoria (ACC). There are four sport and activity houses at CBC named after the four founding brothers: Corbett, McMahon, Tevlin and O'Shea. CBC St. Kilda (as it is commonly known) is the oldest Christian Brothers school in Australia to remain on its original grounds. It is the oldest school in the Association of Catholic Colleges. In addition to its St Kilda East site, the college will also have a campus in Balaclava from 2008.

Notable alumni

Sports
* Patrick John O'Dea, Australian rules footballer turned American football legend

Media and Journalism
* Richard Hughes, CBE, legendary Australian foreign correspondent in Asia
* Daryl Somers, television personality
* Eddie McGuire, television personality, former CEO "Nine Network"
* John Lyons, former editor of "The Sydney Morning Herald", twice winner of the Walkely Award
* Robert James Thomson, former editor of "The Times" (London); recently appointed publisher of the Wall Street Journal

Literature
* Morris West, writer of international renown
* Shane Maloney, novelist

Politics and the Law
* Justice John Fogarty AM, Former Judge of Australian Family Court
* Tony Lupton, MLA, Cabinet Secretary, Brumby Labor Government, Victoria, 2002-
* John Keith McCarthy (1905-1976), noted Australian public servant, politician, soldier, writer [http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/biogs/A150206b.htm ]
* Richard Keane, Trade Minister in Chifley Labour government

Business
* Paul Gardner, former Chairman of Grey Global; Chairman of Melbourne Football Club
* Greg Westaway, businessman and Chairman of St Kilda Football Club
* Gavin Anderson, founder of global PR firm, Gavin Anderson & Company

Arts
* Peter Corrigan, Australian architect of international renown
* Frank Howson, noted Australian scriptwriter and film director
* Damien Parer, legendary Australian war photographer, filmed the first Australian film to win an academy award (1942)
* Daniel Keene, noted Australian playwright

External links

* [http://www.cbcstkilda.melb.catholic.edu.au// Christian Brothers College, St. Kilda]


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