- Secondary School
The students and staff work in modern facilities which support innovative learning experiences. The College has excellent specialist areas in Technology (ICT, Food, and Wood), the Arts, Science, Languages and Physical Education. There is good access to learning technologies throughout the school and extensive landscaping provides a mix of active and passive spaces for learning and recreation.
The founding Principal of the College was Sr. Sylvia Williams, a Sister of Mercy (1978 – 1985).
A school population of around 500 students ensures that the College is small enough for each person to be known and connected but large enough to offer a rich, broad and comprehensive curriculum. Core class sizes vary between 21 – 26 students.
Our college is a Catholic, co-educational Years 7 – 10 school providing secondary education for young people from the parishes of Holy Eucharist in St Albans South, Resurrection in Kings Park, St Mary of the Assumption in Kealba and Sacred Heart / Emmaus in St Albans.
CRC St Albans is one of five colleges which make up the Federation of Catholic Regional College.
In 1977 representatives of the parishes of St Albans, Melton, Bacchus Marsh, Sunbury and Airport West met with Bishop J. O’Çonnell to express their concern about the growing numbers of young Catholics not able to secure Catholic Secondary Education in the west of Melbourne. The result of this meeting was the decision to commence work on a complex of Colleges which would operate as a single federation known as Catholic Regional College.
Three of the Colleges; CRC St Albans, CRC North Keilor, and CRC Caroline Springs are Years 7 – 10 schools. Students from these schools complete their secondary education at CRC Sydenham, a Years 11 and 12 College. CRC Melton is a Years 7 – 12 College.
CRC St Albans was established in 1978, followed by CRC Melton (1980), CRC Sydenham (1982), CRC North Keilor (1982) and CRC Caroline Springs (2007).
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