Our Campuses

Cranbourne Campus

The Cranbourne Campus of St. Peter’s College was originally established as a Junior Campus of St. Francis Xavier Beaconsfield in 1987 and became an independent Catholic Secondary School in 1994.

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. The Multi-Purpose Hall, full-size soccer pitch, football oval, cricket field and four outdoor basketball/netball courts provide an environment where students can pursue their physical and sporting development as well as leisure and recreation activities as part of daily school life.

The curriculum of both the Clyde North and Cranbourne Campus reflects our belief in the human person created in the image of God ensuring that we focus on educating the whole person. To this end a variety of different student pathways are catered for through a range of VCE, VET and VCAL programs delivered both internally via our Trade Skills Centre (Cranbourne Campus) and externally with local TAFE providers.

Clyde North Campus

This exciting new school facility will meet the growing demand for Catholic Secondary education in the Parishes of St. Agatha’s Cranbourne and St. Thomas the Apostle in the District of Clyde with a student population of approximately 860 students, building to 1,000+ students in the coming years.

Features of the new campus include state of the art facilities in the areas of science, technology, visual arts, performing arts and physical education all underpinned by the use of Information Technology. Classroom design incorporates flexible learning spaces to allow for a variety of teaching and learning styles that will enhance the ability of our students to acquire the knowledge, understanding, skills and confidence required to meet the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.

The curriculum will reflect the rich traditions of Catholic Education with a focus on the belief in the dignity of the human person created in the image of God, therefore its focus will be on educating the whole person – nurturing students spiritual relationship with Jesus as well as their academic, intellectual, physical and social needs.

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