For past students of:
St Mary's College (St Kilda East & Windsor)
Christian Brothers College (CBC St Kilda)
Presentation College Windsor (PCW)
St Mary's College is a co-educational Catholic College in St Kilda East and Windsor established in late 2020.
We cherish our past and celebrate the many outstanding men educated by Christian Brothers College (CBC) and the women of Presentation College Windsor (PCW); the two schools who came before us, our founding schools, whose history has been intertwined for over 140 years. It is our endeavour at St Mary's College to preserve our past and form a strong collegial network of past students.
Our history is strong and dates back to the 1870's when the Christian Brothers and Presentation Sisters left Ireland to provide education to the marginalized Irish Catholics of Melbourne, at St Mary's Parish in St Kilda East and Windsor. The two schools' history and its community has shared the Catholic values of compassion and service and provided values driven education for thousands of Melbournians.
If you are a past student, we encourage you to register your contact details with us. We will keep your details private, used only to contact you with news of St Mary's College, invitations to events and ways to connect with fellow Alumni. If you have any questions regarding the use of your details please contact: Elaine Doyle, Director of Development, email: email@example.com ph: +61 3 9529 6611.
COVID restrictions have prevented us from organizing this event in 2021, and have decided to postpone the event to 2022. Details and booking information to be released soon, event for all CBC and PCW Alumni .
St Mary’s College is in the process of establishing a Foundation. The Foundation will carry out important fundraising to provide equity access to an education at St Mary’s College in the form of Scholarships and assist families in need with Bursaries. If you would like to find out more or wish to donate, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Can you offer a work experience to our students at your workplace? We would love to hear from you.
Work Experience Support –Year 10 students complete one week of Work Experience in late June and each student requires a placement. VCAL Work Placements – Senior students completing VCAL (Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning) require a work placement that aligns with their chosen Vocational Education course. Students undertake work placements on Fridays throughout the year.
Careers Speakers – Share your industry knowledge and experience by speaking with our students. Your experiences can provide inspiration and insights for our students to make informed career choices.
Young Mentors Program – we invite Alumni aged 19-24 currently studying at university or have embarked on a career to share their experience with our students. Sharing your experience provides insights into ‘how to’ take the next step toward their chosen careers.
St Mary’s College will keep you informed on events that bring our Alumni Network together. Please provide us with your contact details to be informed about events. Graduating Year Reunions are organised by past student groups of the respective schools. Information can be found in the tabs below.
Parents & Friends Association - Alumni can stay active in current College life by joining the St Mary’s College Parents & Friends Association. The Association is actively involved in supporting College events, running social events and fundraising. They meet twice a term. Click here to find out more
Social Justice - Remain active in supporting our Social Justice causes. Our Walkathon remains our biggest social justice campaign that involves the whole College community. Click here to find out more.
Introducing Liberations St Mary's College magazine that celebrates our students and Alumni Network. This is the very first edition of the magazine that celebrates the first six months of our reimagined coeducational Catholic college. We plan to release two editions each year. Alumni who have provided contact details will be notified of the release of upcoming editions, please register your contact details using the link at the top of this page.
In 2021 St Mary's College is in its first year as a co-educational Catholic secondary school in inner Melbourne. The Class of 2021 will be the first graduating class for the College. We are very proud of the Class of 21, who have adapted to change, who have instilled inclusivity in all they do, have been exemplary leaders and role models to the younger students.
In time, this St Mary's College noticeboard space will be filled with reunions of the Class of 21 and those who follow. It will hold stories of their achievements and endeavours. Our College is strengthened by those who have come before us and their values of caring for others a common bond that ties the generations of thousands of Melbournians who have been educated by our school(s). We are acutely aware of the value of our Alumni Network and look forward to the continuation of fellowship and belonging to St Mary's College.
For more information on reunions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
or follow the CBC Old Collegians Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/groups/939024252790617
10 Year - Class of 2010 - 16 July
15 Year - Class of 2005 - 17 July
15 Year - Class of 2006 - 23 July
20 Year - Class of 2000 - 28 August
25 Year - Class of 1995 - 10 July
30 Year - Class of 1990 - 11 September
30 Year - Class of 1991 - 6 August
40 Year - Class of 1981 - 9 October
CBC Old Collegians are an important part of the St Mary’s College Alumni Network. We encourage you to sign up to join our network, membership is free, we will keep you informed about upcoming St Mary’s College news and St Mary’s College Alumni Network events.
St Mary's College will produce a biannual magazine for our community of current students and Alumni network. We would love share your stories, photos of reunions, events, marriages, births and Vale. Please forward your contributions to the Editor Elaine Doyle email@example.com
The Presentation Sisters formed Presentation College Windsor (PCW) in 1879 at 187Dandenong Road Winsdor, where it operated as a Catholic girls’ school until its closure in 2020. St Mary’s College now operates its Catholic co-educational Presentation Campus at this site. St Mary’s College is a proud custodian of the history of PCW site, history boards adorn the buildings as we respect and maintain the site as a working school. The PCW Heritage Centre is located on-site and is the home of the Past Pupils Association - Women of Windsor. It is a meeting place and management site for the archival history and artifacts of PCW.
St Mary’s College fosters a strong link with the Past Pupils of PCW and their achievements at the College and in society. Alumnae honour boards adorn the Presentation Hall, a record of past PCW student achievements that inspire our current students. We welcome PCW Alumnae groups to hold reunions on site and use the Chapel, please contact the College to make a booking.
Extensive historic records are kept online on the PCW Past Pupils Association website, including the history of:
PCW Alumnae are an important part of the St Mary’s College Alumni Network. We encourage you to sign up to join our network, membership is free, we will keep you informed about upcoming St Mary’s College news and St Mary’s College Alumni Network events.
Saturday 4 September 2-4pm at St Mary's College, Presentation Campus and afterwards at the Flying Duck Prahran.
St Mary's College will produce a biannual magazine for our community of current students and Alumni network. The first edition will be published in September 2021. Electronic copies will be available on this webpage and print copies will be available at reunions and upon request. We would love to share your stories, photos of reunions, events, marriages, births and Vale. Please forward your contributions to the Editor Elaine Doyle firstname.lastname@example.org