Christian Brothers College, Adelaide
Christian Brothers College (CBC) is a private Catholic school in Adelaide, South Australia. It was founded by a group of Irish Christian Brothers in 1878, and it is now one of three Christian Brothers schools in the state.
|Christian Brothers College|
|Motto||Ante faciem domini|
(Before the Face of the Lord)
|Denomination||Catholic (Christian Brothers)|
|Colour(s)||Purple, white & shades of yellow|
CBC is predominantly a secondary school, although it has a primary school campus, and now includes a community childcare centre, with a combined student population of approximately 1135 (as of 2013).
Christian Brothers College has six houses with tutor groups consisting of either students from years 7-9 or 10-12.
|House name||Colour||Patron||Current house leader|
|Bourke||Green||John Vianney Bourke||Krystle Helps|
|Hurley||Blue||Edmund Phillip Hurley||Chris Mellow|
|Marks||Purple||John Patrick Marks||George Bryant|
|O'Brien||White||Francis Thomas O'Brien||Debra Withers|
|Smith||Yellow||Ernest Gregory Smith||Richard McLoughlin|
|Walsh||Red||Francis Celsus Walsh||Scott McGregor|
- Anthony Byrne, Member of Parliament
- John Cahill, Australian rules footballer, Australian Football Hall of Fame inductee
- Kevin Crease, news anchor
- Louis D'Arrigo, Adelaide United soccer player
- C.J. Dennis, poet
- David Fitzsimons, Olympic runner
- Joseph Peter Gardiner, Member of Parliament
- George Joseph, 69th Lord Mayor of Adelaide
- Chris Kenny, Journalist, author and television host
- Stephan Knoll, South Australia Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Local Government
- Aubrey Lewis, professor
- Richard Marsland, radio/television host
- Paul McGuire, diplomat
- Tony Monopoly, singer
- John Perin, soccer player
- Benedict Samuel, actor
- Xavier Samuel, actor
- Paul Vasileff, founder of Paolo Sebastian
- Frank Walsh, 34th Premier of South Australia
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