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Junior School Christmas Appeal

Junior School students aim to provide many families with a brighter Christmas period this year by collecting hamper items and donating them to the St Vincent de Paul Christmas Appeal.

Students will be collecting items from Monday 5th until Friday 23rd November. Suggested non-perishable donations include; snack foods, Christmas cakes, puddings, fruit mince pies, tins of biscuits, chocolates, lollies and soft drinks.

The donations will be collected from classrooms throughout the weeks and placed under the Christmas tree in the Junior School Library so students can see how much has been collected to help others.

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Foundation news launched this week

The Aquinas College Foundation has launched its newsletter this week which aims to provide community members with information about projects at the College, events and insight into the Foundation’s work for students at Aquinas.

The inaugural annual publication features an article about Old Aquinian Jonas Aranda (’13) who was the recipient of the Terry Bourke Scholarship whilst studying at Aquinas. His story of his time at the College and what he is up to now at Harvard University is inspiring.

Also read about the members of the Aquinas College Foundation and find information on how to support the Foundation fund its many projects and initiatives.

Foundation Newsletter – Issue 1 2017

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Rural call to help improve Boarding Life 

The 2017/18 Boarding Project Appeal kicks off this month, and we need your support.

Thanks to the generosity of our boarding community since the initial launch of the Boarding Project Appeal in October 2016, boarding life is now significantly better at Aquinas College.

The results of your 2016/17 contributions can be seen in the completion of the new boarding house and supervisor’s residence and the refurbishment of Gibney House.

With the Pinder Boor House refurbishment currently underway and Nunan House earmarked to start in 2018, there is still much to do.

If you would like to support the 2017/18 Building Fund – Boarding Appeal and help the College ensure the best possible facilities for our boarders, please select one of the following options:

Option1. Aquinas College Foundation Inc. Building Fund – Boarding Appeal Donations

You can make a donation to the Boarding Project Appeal by visiting our Online Store and selecting ACF Inc. Building Fund – Boarding Appeal from the dropdown menu, or by completing and returning the Contribution Form to Aquinas College, Locked Bag 11, Bentley Delivery Centre, Bentley WA 6983, or by email to

All cash contributions to the Aquinas College Foundation Inc. Building Fund – Boarding Appeal are tax deductible under the name of Aquinas College Foundation Inc. Building Fund ABN 93 078 219 075, with tax receipts provided for the 2018 Financial Year.

Option 2. Grain Donations Farmers Helping Boarding – Aquinas College Foundation Grower Number 40416984

After delivery of your grain to CBH, you can nominate Aquinas College Foundation Inc. Development Fund, Grower Number 40416984, as the recipient of some of the proceeds of your grain.

Please visit for further information about completing a grain donation or contact Louise Symonds at

Once you have made your grain donation, please be sure to complete the relevant sections of the Contribution Form and return it to Aquinas College, Locked Bag 11, Bentley Delivery Centre, Bentley WA 6983, or by email to

Thank you for your continued support.

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Congratulations 2018 Prefects

Congratulations to the Aquinas College Prefects of 2018 announced this week;

College Captain – Timothy Bodlovich
College Vice Captain – Timothy Andrews

Middle School – House Prefects
Bryan – Callum Milne
Edmund – Matthew Colliss
Glowrey – Jonathon van den Einden
Treacy – Nicholas Klvana-Hooper

Senior School – House Prefects
Chaney – Noah Humich and Lachlan McLean
Cullity – Christopher Kilroe and Samuel Hoskin
Durack – Sabian Peaker and Tom Loughnan
Prendiville – Lachlan Dodge and Thomas Dwyer

Boarding Prefects
Gibney – Mitchell Lord
Pinder Boor – Mitchell Russell
Nunan – Lachlan Thomas
Captain of Boarding – Regan Clarke

Academic – Daniel Nazzari
Advocacy – Charlie McCormack
Culture – Andre de Moeller-Samarin
Divinity – Benjamin Bianchini
Environment – James Lodge
Service – Lucas Brown
Sport – Nelson Aranda


Class of ’17 gives gift of education

Aquinas College is proud to announce the Class of 2017’s ground breaking gift to Aquinas – the gift of an Aquinas College education.

Until now, it has been customary for our leaving class to raise funds for a parting gift to the College, resulting in many wonderful gifts over the years.  The Class of 2017, however, will be the first class to provide the gift of an Aquinas College education for another boy, putting our core value ‘Service with Generosity’ into action and starting a fantastic new tradition at the College.

Working with the Foundation, the Class of 2017 Scholarship will provide a half-scholarship for a student to attend Aquinas College in Years 11 and 12, commencing in 2018. Participation is voluntary, but students are asked to consider a contribution of $50 this year. Families who would like to contribute more are welcome to do so.

Following graduation, the Aquinas College Foundation will write to each student and his family – in 2018 and again in 2019 – encouraging them to contribute a further $50 to cover the two-year half-scholarship, resulting in a total contribution of $150 over three years.

A plaque commemorating the Class of 2017 Scholarship will be hung in a prominent location on the College grounds and will take pride of place as the first of many Year 12 Scholarship gifts.

Contributions to the Class of 2017 Scholarship can be made by visiting the Online Store and selecting Class of 2017 Scholarship from the dropdown menu, or by completing the Contribution Form and returning it by post to Aquinas College, Locked Bag 11, Bentley Delivery Centre, Bentley WA 6983 or by email to

By contributing to the Class of 2017 Scholarship you will change a life, whilst leaving a legacy that fulfills the core values of Aquinas College.

Thank you for your support.