Learning for Life at Xavier High School

Xavier High School is a Catholic School that witnesses and lives out our Catholic faith in the traditions and charisms of Catherine McAuley and Edmund Rice.

Interviews for Year 7 2025 commence in June

Course selections

Xavier offers a diverse array of Course selections to cater to the varied interests and academic pursuits of our students. With dedicated faculty and modern facilities, we strive to ensure that every student finds their passion and receives the necessary support to excel in their chosen subjects.

What sets us apart?

Xavier offers opportunities, which encourage each student to strive for excellence and attain his or her full potential spiritually, academically, physically and emotionally.

Learn more about Xavier

Welcome to Xavier High School, where excellence meets community. At Xavier, we pride ourselves on offering a holistic educational experience that goes beyond academics to nurture the growth and development of every student.

Enrolments

Submitting an enrolment application at Xavier is now easier than ever with the convenience of our online Compass profile system. Through this user-friendly platform, parents and guardians can seamlessly initiate and complete the enrolment process for their children.

Parent Guide

We are proud to offer a comprehensive Parent Guide tailored specifically for new students and their families. The Parent Guide aims to ease the transition for both students and their parents. With clear explanations and helpful tips, we endeavour to ensure that families feel confident and well-informed as they embark on their journey with us.

Course selections

Xavier offers a diverse array of Course selections to cater to the varied interests and academic pursuits of our students. With dedicated faculty and modern facilities, we strive to ensure that every student finds their passion and receives the necessary support to excel in their chosen subjects.

Our Story

In Albury, there exists a rich legacy of Catholic education that spans across generations. Historically, Catholic secondary education in the area was offered through St Joseph’s Ladies’ College, for girls and Aquinas College for boys, both providing quality education within the Catholic tradition.

Our Approach

Faith

At Xavier, we pride ourselves on offering a holistic educational experience that goes beyond academics to nurture the growth and development of every student. We are guided by our core values of integrity, respect, responsibility, and compassion.

Academic

Xavier High School is renowned for its commitment to academic excellence. Our rigorous curriculum, dedicated teachers, and innovative teaching methods ensure that students receive the highest quality education, preparing them for success in their future endeavours.

Wellbeing

At Xavier, we are guided by our core values of integrity, respect, responsibility, and compassion. These values permeate everything we do, shaping our interactions, decisions, and priorities. By instilling these values in our students, we prepare them to become compassionate and ethical leaders who make a positive difference in the world.

Co-Curricular

Xavier High School is more than just a school; it's a community. Our welcoming and inclusive environment fosters positive relationships among students, teachers, parents, and administrators. Through collaboration and mutual respect, we create a supportive community where every individual feels valued and empowered to succeed.

The St. Francis Xavier Centre

In late 2019 Xavier High School was successful in an application for a Capital Grant. This Grant was used to complete the refurbishment of the existing Sports Stadium, transforming it into a multi-purpose complex complete with stage, seating for 1,200, the inclusion of two new classrooms, upgraded amenities & commercial kitchen facilities.

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Our History

There has been a long history of Catholic education in Albury. The provision of Catholic secondary education for many years was through St Joseph’s Ladies’ College (later St Joseph’s High School) for girls and Aquinas College for boys.

It was decided in the early 1980s that the two schools would amalgamate to become a co-educational school for secondary students and in 1983 Xavier High School was founded.

We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional custodians of our land. We pay respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Elders past, present, and future.

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