Best performing school in the local area
At Xavier College, we create an educational environment that enables our students to grow academically and be socially equipped with the skills for the world of tomorrow.
Innovation is in our DNA
With notable alumni, including several would champions, we're leaders in providing our students an exceptional vocational and educational experience.
What our students say about their experience at Xavier College
Jake W, College Dux (ATAR 98.7)
Xavier College is a place where curiosity, imagination and love of learning are treasured
We know schools should be places of wonder, exploration and endless possibilities.
Students have the responsibility to apply themselves to the best of their ability and make the most of every opportunity to achieve their potential. At Xavier we are strongly committed to the development of young men and women who excel in their academic and vocational pursuits, respect the dignity of others and develop skills that will enable them to adapt to the changes and challenges of life.LEARN MORE
Modern Learning Facilities
To keep pace with the rapidly developing digital context, Xavier College has significantly invested in technology to support digital learning enabling opportunities for emerging 21st century enterprise skills to be developed.
Xavier College has a semi-rural aspect that compliments the Llandilo environment. The school itself offers many features that enhance student learning and support a high-quality curriculum, including:
- A Sacred Space for prayer and reflection
- Brand new multi-purpose learning common
- IT-enabled classrooms
- Fully equipped science laboratories
- Art rooms with digital media facilities
- Performing Arts space accommodating theatre and music
- Multi-purpose music rooms
- Expansive Wood and Construction workshops
- Commercial kitchen
- Large playing field and outdoor courts
- Dedicated computer rooms
- Agriculture facilities supporting gardens and livestock
- Versatile library with open and quiet work spaces
High Support Needs
Located on the grounds of Xavier Catholic College, the Kirinari learning centre is open to students from all over the Diocese who have a diagnosis of moderate intellectual disability as a primary disability and low adaptive functioning.
Kirinari offers students with high support needs an alternate platform for learning and inclusion and aims to give its students the skills and experiences they require to make positive life choices and to reach their full potential through:
- Welcoming spaces and furniture
- Personalised Learning Plans
- Life Skills
- Alternative Learning Environments and Tools
- Access to Mainstream
- Safety and Supervision
- Pathways and Post School Options
Wellbeing and Student Management
Xavier College firmly believes that a positive approach to learning, a nurturing environment and quality relationships both in and out of the College improves student performance.
Wellbeing is therefore a major focus at the College and is an integrated process of education and skill building that is based on relationships and affirmation and supportive.WELLBEING SUPPORTING LEARNING
Bringing Jesus’ word and teaching to life
Xavier College is a place of learning and celebration. It is a community which is living and responding to the life and words of Jesus Christ, and a place where individuals experience love and respect.
Liturgy and prayer are an integral part of daily life at Xavier. Important events on the Church calendar are celebrated and commemorated with a variety of styles of liturgies, ranging from home group liturgies to whole school Eucharistic celebrations.LEARN MORE
Learning beyond the classroom
Xavier College students develop maturity through a diverse range of student leadership, community and cultural activities.
A wide range of opportunities exist outside the classroom for students to excel as individuals, or as members of a team sharing a sense of group achievement. The personal and social skills that are developed in such activities are important, as is the simple enjoyment of sharing time and worthwhile effort with others. Activities available to students include:
- Public speaking
- Young Writers’ Competition
- Mathematics and Science Competitions
- Drama and choral groups
- Dance troupes
- Musical instrument tuition
- Diocesan Art Exhibition
- Diocesan Music Festival
- Diocesan Drama Festival
- Student leadership Opportunities
- Community service and social justice initiatives
To register for a college tour or to find out more information contact us on 4777 0900.How to Enrol Contact Us