We are first and foremost a Catholic school. We practise our faith and strive to live it daily where our sense of community is a vibrant dimension of our school. Strong values, clear expectations and working in partnership with families are paramount to the wellbeing, confidence and growth of our future Augustinian graduates.

We are a comprehensive boys’ school supported by highly qualified teachers.  Over the past eight years our HSC rank has improved by almost 200 places and in 2018, the graduating class was ranked 65th in the State and the 4th ranked Catholic school for boys in NSW. 34% of our students gained an ATAR over 90. A highlight of these results is seen in the diversity of success, including achievements in Mathematics and Science, English, Humanities and the Creative Arts, continuing to give us confidence that all boys can achieve significant success no matter what their academic pathway.

St Augustine's College educates boys in Years 5 to 12, teaching the Augustinian values of Truth, Love and Community.  Each year we have a different mission focus.  'Truth' and 'Love' respectively were our previous two and we now embrace 'Community' - To Be One Orchestra For The Lord'. An image of hands is displayed prominently at the entrance of our Brimson Centre, visually representing community.  The graphical impact of a many hands, like an orchestra, symbolises that together we are stronger and can grow, but more importantly that together our gifts intersect to produce an environment of love respect and support.  Each hand also represents our Year 12 Augustinian Graduates for 2019.

Offering an educational experience shaped by our Patron, Saint Augustine, the College accompanies young boys on their journey to becoming well-rounded men.  Young men who will follow our motto of Stand, Serve and Strive - together and move with a sense of self-assurance into a global community with a strength of character, intellect and generosity of spirit; modern men who can and will act, using their talents and gifts, to lead and serve others.

Proud of the traditions and culture that has evolved since the commencement of the College in 1956, we continue to build upon the work of those who have preceded us. With strong research and evidence, we carefully take the best of our history and traditions and shape them to meet our current needs in the delivery of a challenging, contemporary education.

We are dedicated to the celebration of achievement, creativity, effort and improvement in each young man. We focus on opportunities in our academic, spiritual, sporting, cultural and service learning domains. It is our belief that every young man can benefit from immersing himself in the culture of the College and achieve personal success.

Individual wellbeing, holistic growth and continuous improvement are attributes modelled by our highly qualified and dedicated staff and expected of our students.

Our extensive and successful co-curricular program provides boys with opportunities in sport, music and a vast range of cultural activities.

We enable students to grow with faith and integrity, and become relevant members of our society.

I invite you to peruse this website to gain a thorough understanding of all we have to offer your son. To meet our staff and students, please go to the Admissions page.

Jonathan Byrne
Principal

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