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St Peter’s Secondary, Cranbourne

East Campus: 55 MacKillop Way, Clyde North | West Campus: 1005 Cranbourne-Frankston Rd, Cranbourne
Phone: (03) 5990 7777; Fax: (03) 5996 8277
Email: principal@stpeters.vic.edu.au
Web: www.stpeters.vic.edu.au
Principal: Mr Chris Black; Deputy Principal (Mission & Catholic Identity): Mr Matthew Williams

 

About the School

St. Peter’s College is a large Catholic co-educational secondary school in Cranbourne, situated between the Mornington Peninsula and the eastern suburbs of Melbourne.  

St. Peter’s College is in the Diocese of Sale and caters for over 950 students from the Parish of St.Agatha in Cranbourne. The College was originally established as a Junior Campus of St.Francis Xavier College, Beaconsfield in 1987.  As it became apparent that a new secondary school was needed to accommodate the growing population, St Peter’s College became an independent Catholic secondary school in 1994. 

We are a Catholic community of education, faith and service; built on a tradition of placing our trust in God to “be not afraid”. 

Our curriculum reflects our belief in the human person created in the image of God, therefore we educate the whole person – nurturing our students’ spiritual relationship with Jesus as well as their academic, intellectual, physical and social needs.  

The spacious 29 acre site provides for modern facilities in the learning areas of science, physical education, arts and technology - all underpinned by the use of information technology throughout the curriculum.  

We cater for a variety of different student pathways through a broad range of VCE, VET and VCAL programs delivered both internally and externally with local TAFE providers. We encourage our students to value effort and strive for excellence, always challenging them to be the best they can be.  

Our teachers are committed and caring, working to ensure that when students leave this school, they do so with the knowledge, understanding, skills and confidence required to meet the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.  

Annual Theme 2018 - but what I do have, I GIVE TO YOU... 

As a Catholic community, we aspire to lead in faith, 
guide with love and inspire through learning.