A Little About Us...

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History of Our School

St Aloysius was established in c1917 by the Sisters of St Joseph. This explains the school's early connection with Saint Mary of the Cross MacKillop. 

Administration of the school was taken over by the Sisters of Mercy in c1924. Catherine McAuley is the founder of this religious order and the seven 'Works of Mercy' are symbolised in the school's emblem.

In 1991, St. Aloysius School came under lay administration for the first time.

Lay principals

  • Mr Christopher Paton: 1991 - 2000
  • Mrs Margaret Heslin: 2001 - 2005
  • Mr Phillip Tax: 2006 - 2011
  • Mr Chris Egan: 2012 - 2014
  • Ms Maria Manera: 2015 -2016
  • Mrs Elizabeth Ovens 2017 -

St Aloysius is a one stream school providing comprehensive education for boys and girls from Kindergarten to Year Six. Students from the school are predominantly Catholics living in Cronulla, Greenhills, Kurnell and Bundeena.

As a part of the Sydney Catholic Schools Archdiocese School System, St Aloysius is within the jurisdiction of the Sydney Catholic Schools - Southern Region.

Both parish and school are dedicated to St Aloysius Gonzaga, an Italian saint whose feast is the 21 June. St Aloysius is the patron saint of youth.

St Aloysius Annual Report to the Community

On this page parents and visitors can access the school's Annual Report . This report  provides information about the schools educational programs, student performance and other important data. Links to the Sydney Catholic Schools office and the Archbishop's Charter for Catholic Schools is also located on this page.