St Brendan-Shaw College

St Brendan-Shaw College

St Brendan-Shaw College

基本資料 | Information

In 1960, the Edmund Rice Christian Brothers established St. Brendan's College for boys in James Street, Devonport. It was a college for boys up to Year 10.

In 1969 Shaw College, for girls, was established adjacent to St Brendan's College in Devonport. Shaw College was a Catholic Girls School established by the Sisters of St. Joseph. Shaw College was named after Fr. Shaw from the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hobart who was the first Parish Priest of Devonport. By agreement with St Brendan’s College a certain degree of co-instruction was arranged at Years 9 and 10.

In 1981 the two Colleges were merged to form St Brendan-Shaw College, a co-educational College.

The College Logo combines the Logos of St. Brendan’s and Shaw Colleges, or at least elements from each. The barque of St. Brendan symbolises missionary endeavour, while the 12 pointed star on the sail is taken from the Shaw badge where it represented "Light from Knowledge".

Senior secondary (Year 11 and 12) classes were introduced in 1990 and the school became the regional Catholic secondary co-educational college. Today it is a Co-educational College for years 7-12.

制服介紹 | Uniform Intro

校園 | Campus