At Xavier College, we are passionate about maintaining and developing teaching, learning and living environments that fully support educational outcomes, nurture our spiritual journey and inspire us to be the best version of ourselves.
Our buildings are comprised of both stunningly restored historical spaces and state of the art, architectural designed learning spaces that help us to achieve our learning goals.
The New Kostka Building (Senior Campus - Year 7/8)
By the commencement of the 2024 academic year, our new 'Kostka' building for Years 7 and 8, will be complete and operational. It is a massive investment in an exceptional facility, that will provide outstanding opportunities for our Year 7 and 8 students to shine.
Positioned on the northern boundary of Xavier's magnificent grounds, the 'Kostka' building will sit in an idyllic location overlooking the pristine sports grounds to the CBD beyond.
Keenan Wing Redevelopment (Senior Campus)
We are especially proud of the refurbishment of classrooms within the Keenan Wing which have been purposely built to underpin our Pillars. These spaces have provided us with the blueprint for continual improvement of the surrounding areas and importantly, through their early development, will give us the opportunity to analyse and assess their use to enable further improvements on future replications.
These newer classrooms have given teachers more options and students a broader experience of learning styles, augmented by the use of interactive technologies, flexible furniture and contemporary, light-filled design.
Eldon Hogan Performing Arts Centre (Senior Campus)
In 2008, the Eldon Hogan Performing Arts Centre (EHPAC), a state-of-the-art theatre complex, opened at the Senior Campus. It is used by Xavier College’s Drama and Music Departments from across both campuses and has seating capacity for up to 500 people.
Sports Centre (Senior Campus)
Sport, health and physical education programs are supported by the Xavier Sports Centre at the Senior Campus which includes a heated indoor pool, a recently refurbished weight training room, two basketball/netball courts, an indoor cricket area and a total of nine outdoor floodlit synthetic tennis courts. Students from across both campuses will regularly enjoy the use of these facilities as part of their Physical Education curriculum and APS Sport competitions.
Wren House (Burke Hall)
The Wren House property, listed on the Victorian Heritage Register in 1990, was held by the Wren family until 1966 when it was acquired by the College. It was purchased with the intent of providing more rooms for music and art, given the expanding student numbers at Burke Hall.
Recent renovations, generously supported by the Eldon Hogan Trust, included painting, recarpeting, the installation of heating, cooling and new lighting, new window treatments and the renovation of the bathrooms and kitchen.
The basement now hosts a fully equipped percussion room, the administration offices and the staff room have been rejuvenated, display cabinets have been installed and new artwork installed.
South Wing (Senior Campus)
Foundations for the South Wing commenced in 1872, with the front of the building completed in time for classes to begin in 1878. Now hosting administration offices and the Staff Common Room and the Brennan Resource Centre, this stunning example of Victorian architecture has been beautifully maintained and remains as the centrepiece of the sprawling Senior Campus grounds.
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