Nicole Monzu has been appointed the new Head of Junior School at Aquinas College. Nicole was the Early Years Learning Coordinator and Kindergarten teacher at the College prior to taking on the role of head of school.

She was instrumental in establishing the Kindergarten to Year 3 programme at Aquinas College, viewing it as one of the most significant highlights of her 11-year career at the College so far.

“The introduction of the first all-boys Kindergarten in Western Australia and the implementation of the Early Years that followed has been a highlight,” Nicole said.

“It was a major change in the look and feel of Aquinas College and to have seen that through to its completion this year was an achievement and something that I will hold onto as a highlight in my career,” she said.

Nicole said she felt privileged to be given the opportunity to take on the role of Head of Junior School.

“I am so grateful for the opportunity that has been offered to me. I am honoured to be given the keys to another new chapter in the Junior School and I am very proud to represent the staff, parents and mostly the boys who will always be at the forefront of all decisions that I make.”

“I am looking forward to helping to shape and guide a community who uphold a set of agreed and shared values, building relationships with families and young boys across the whole of the Junior School and being an integral part of a boy’s learning journey from K-6.”

Nicole will replace outgoing Head of Junior School Steven Males, who has been appointed Head of Junior School at Christ Church Grammar School.

The Aquinas College Foundation is proud to announce that the 2018 City Toyota Starry, Starry Night Foundation Ball outstripped all expectations – and past Foundation Balls – netting an incredible $106,539 for the College Scholarships and Bursaries Program.

Thank you again to everyone who contributed in some way to this outstanding result: our generous sponsors, our hardworking Ball Committee, our Grounds staff, our amazing volunteers and our fantastic community of parents.



Stories of 125 alumni are being retold as part of Aquinas College’s 125th anniversary celebrations in 2019.

Stories of boys who have graduated CBC Perth/Aquinas College and have chosen a path reflective of the values of an Edmund Rice education.

Our project “Legacy – the best you can be… for others” reflects the stories of men across the generations. Please scroll through the stories at the bottom of our homepage and discover some remarkable stories of courage, determination, resilience and excellence across the College’s rich history.

Old Aquinian Cameron Bancroft (’10) will make his Cricket Test debut for Australia in the opening Test of the Ashes series in QLD.

Cameron was Captain of the Aquinas College Cricket 1st XI team in his graduating year.

He has since built a successful career in Cricket representing WA in T20 and Sheffield Shield and playing T20I for Australia. He was chosen in the 2015 Australian Test squad; however safety concerns led to the cancellation of the Bangladesh tour.

Cameron has maintained strong links to Aquinas College since his graduation, often returning to mentor cricketers and coaching some Middle School teams.

It is with much excitement we invite you to mark your calendar to Save the Date for next year’s signature Foundation event – the Aquinas College Foundation Ball, on Saturday 20th October 2018.

If you would like to find out more about donating to our Auction or Raffle list for this event, or about the exciting sponsorship opportunities to promote your business, please contact me on 9450 0799 or

Tickets for the 2018 Foundation Ball will be on sale from early 2018.

Louise Symonds
Executive Officer
Aquinas College Foundation