Begin your journey with St Francis Xavier College and learn more about our enrolment process, school fees and family support options. Keep track of everything you need to know about daily life at the College.
Find out how to apply for a position at St Francis Xavier College and get started in your enrolment process. Join a supportive and positive environment that challenges all students to strive for their best and achieve excellence. We are committed to offering all of our students a pathway to success and personal growth, leaving them emboldened and ready to go into the world.
We warmly welcome prospective families to join us for a Talk and Tour with our Campus Deputy Principals at each of our three campuses. Enjoy an opportunity to explore what our College has to offer, meet campus leaders and learn more about our education and curriculum.
Tours commence from our three Campus Reception Offices at 9.30am. Registration for our Talk and Tours is essential. To secure your place at an upcoming Talk and Tour, please register your interest here.
Your contribution through school fees allows us to continue offering an exceptional curriculum and quality facilities for your child’s education. Learn more about our fees and payment options, and the requirements around uniform and books to make your child’s experience at St Francis Xavier College a fulfilling one.
Stay on top of the daily routine at each of our three College campuses, and keep up to date with the different important term dates that occur throughout our College calendar, including term start and end dates, public holidays and student free days.
There are a number of ways for students to make their way to and from school every day, including by private car, public transport or by our private bus network. Check out information on the different options we suggest and how we can support your family with costs and ease of transport.
The distinguishing mark of a Catholic school is its intentional creation of community. In communities we are bound to each other by a sense of kinship, family and extended family, and a sharing of common values and goals.
We would like to further develop the strong sense of community which already exists at the College by directly working with families and making a positive impact.
For more information on how we can help you and your family, contact the College on (03) 9707 3111.
It is important that we have up-to-date contact and family information, so that we can get in touch with you whenever it is needed. Please use this space to update any personal information that we might need, including contact details or address changes.