The College’s rich history dates back to when Archbishop Polding blessed the original foundation stone of the first St Patrick’s site in 1840.
The Sisters of the Good Samaritan assumed responsibility for the College in 1887.
The College currently caters for about 725 students.
The values of justice, prayerful discernment, hospitality, peace, community and stewardship are an integral part of the faith and life of the College.
As a Catholic school, the College celebrates the Church calendar and is committed to social justice and community service.
A safe learning environment that is rigorous yet supportive is promoted so that students can achieve in all courses, including those that traditionally tend to have a gender bias in the co-educational setting.
St Patrick’s College is located in Campbelltown, in south-western Sydney, and is about 51 kilometres from the central business district of Sydney.
Principal: Sue Lennox
Address: 4 St Johns Road, Campbelltown, New South Wales 2560
Ph: (02) 4629 2999
Fax: (02) 4626 6333