Patrician Brothers' College Fairfield is a Catholic school for boys in Years 7-12, established by the Brothers' of St. Patrick in 1953.
The College continues the vision of the Brothers' founder, Bishop Daniel Delany, seeking to recognise and proclaim the presence of Christ in all people and in all of creation.
The College has recently undergone a building refurbishment program, giving it the modern facilities which we enjoy today. We aim to provide the very best resources possible for students to learn skills needed to excel.
The College, in its short history has developed a strong reputation in the fields of academic, sporting, debating and other extra-curricular activities - as evident by our fine results.
Patrician Brothers' College, Fairfield continues to Strive for Educational Excellence in the Patrician Tradition, providing Quality Catholic Education.
Important Information Regarding the Catholic Education Office Rebranding
After a period of consultation and careful consideration, a decision has been made by the Sydney Archdiocesan Catholic Schools (SACS) Board to change the name of Catholic Education Office (CEO) Sydney to 'Sydney Catholic Schools' (SCS). This name change reflects the focus of the organisation's new strategic plan New Horizons: Inspiring Spirits and Minds, which places schools at the heart of it's vision and mission.
The name change will take effect from 1 January, 2016. It is not expected that the change of name will have any impact on the ongoing operations of the organisation or our school.