St Aloysius' College is a Catholic independent day school, for boys from Year 3 to Year 12, situated in the shadow of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The College is conducted by the Society of Jesus.
The College aspires to assist and support parents in the formation of their sons in the Ignatian tradition of education, producing 'men for others' who are balanced and motivated, integrating spiritual maturity and academic excellence with a rounded social and physical development; men of competence, conscience and compassion.
St Aloysius’ College is a Jesuit school for boys providing in co-operation with families a Catholic education which:
- Proposes Christ as the model of human life
- Pursues excellence in teaching and learning
- Promotes lifelong learning and spiritual growth
The College motto Ad Majora Natus, 'Born for Greater Things', emphasises that with continued effort we can look beyond ourselves to develop our skills, talents and capacities so that we can be of greater service to others.
The badge is a crown with a lily passing through it, which are emblems of the nobility and holiness of our Patron, St Aloysius Gonzaga. The school has long lineage and noble connections. St Ignatius Loyola, a Spanish nobleman, founded the Society of Jesus in 1540.