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Christian Brothers' College CBC St Kilda Melbourne

General Overview

Boys day school
Founded in 1878
Number of Students: 555                         
Number of International Students: 18
Countries of Origin of International Students: China, Taiwan
CRICOS Provider Code: 00743E
Website: www.cbcstkilda.com


11 Westbury Street, St Kilda East 
VIC 3183, Australia

Since it’s foundation in 1878, Christian Brothers College (CBC) St Kilda, has taught generations of inner-city Melbourne boys. The college believes that effective learning takes place when students are nurtured, cared for and have a strong sense of purpose. CBC sees education as a journey. One that starts long before Year 7 and goes long into adulthood. It is a fluid journey that traverses the boundaries of home and school life, one that is best taken with family and the school community working together. 

CBC St Kilda believes that the heart of their work with the teens involves the creation of forward - thinking boys’ education programs, so the college can meet the multifaceted needs of these 21st- century young men. As such, CBC St Kilda’s educational philosophy is built upon an awareness that there are two clear responsibilities the College has in this important area of contemporary education.  

The boys’ education philosophy stresses that CBC’s education of young men must be purposeful, optimistic and constructive. This is done by putting a great deal of effort into engaging with the many great qualities most boys bring to their education - especially their openness, engaging personalities, sincerity and enthusiasm. As well, ensuring the colleges programs are designed to productively respond to their students’ very reasonable expectations for developing in their learning; personal mastery, understanding, transparency, structure and explicit pedagogies. 


The Year 11 and Year 12 program is designed to offer a variety of subjects in different disciplines. Students may choose to enrol in the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) or the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL). 

Subjects offered in Year 11-12 (subject to change) 
  • Accounting, Business Communication & Technologies, Business Organisation & Management, Economics, Business Administration VET (Victoria) 
  • Legal Studies, Ancient History, Modern History, Geography 
  • Information Processing & Technology, Information Technology Systems, Technology Studies, Computer Studies, Multi Media Studies 
  • English, English as a Second Language, English Extension (Literature), English Communication (Workplace), English Communication 
  • Health Education, Physical Education, Physical Recreation 
  • Home Economics, Hospitality Studies, Tourism 
  • Graphics, Design, Arts in Practice, Art, Visual Art Studies, Visual Art Studies 
  • Specialist Maths - Victoria, Mathematics A, B and C, Trade & Business Mathematics 
  • French, Japanese, Italian 
  • Biological Science, Chemistry, Physics, Psychology, Agricultural Science 
  • Study of Religion, Religion & Society/Christian Studies 
  • Study of Society and Environment 
  • Industrial Skills (Building & Construction), Industrial Skills (Engineering Manufacturing) • Beauty, Hairdressing 
  • Film, Television and New Media, Drama, Dance 
  • Music, Music Extension (Performance) 


The process of subject selection for senior secondary students enables them to access a number of pathway options leading to tertiary studies or employment on completing Year 12. A range of of opportunities are available to students for university studies, work placements, school-based apprenticeships and traineeships.  The school counsellors assist students in the subject selection process to maximise their tertiary sector opportunities in accordance with their career goals, interests and capabilities

School Facilities

  • One of the oldest schools in Melbourne
  • Four Science Laboratories
  • A major Music Centre with an outdoor concert stage 
  • Three storey Creative Arts Centre used for Design Technology, Art, Ceramics, and Visual Communication and Design
  • Student access to technology through the 1:1 device program, and data projection facilities in all learning spaces. 
  • Ward Theatre 
  • Logue Hall
  • Edmund Rice Chapel for classroom Masses and for quiet reflection by both staff and students. 
CBC St Kilda is located less than 15 minutes drive (5km) from the heart of the city.  The College is easily accessible by all forms of transport and is located close to major public transport routes for train, tram and bus.  Set in Melbourne's inner-city, it borders a vibrant shopping district which provides a safe and busy community on its door-step. 


  • Athletics Carnival 
  • Swimming Carnival 
  • Cross Country  
  • Rally Day 
  • Chess  
  • Hockey  
  • Basketball  
  • Cricket  
  • Football  
  • Debating 
  • Soccer 
  • Table Tennis
  • Tennis 
  • Volleyball  

The College also boasts a 25m heated indoor swimming pool, which is used as part of the Health and Physical Education program; for swimming training, as well as being utilised outside of school hours by an independent swim school for members of the local community.