Cornerstone Legacy Campaign
Over the next ten years, we are determined to improve our campus facilities to better reflect and enhance the quality of the education we provide and aid us to grow good men with a strong foundation, to become the best version of the person God created them to be.
From this vision, we have built a fundraising campaign to financially support significant capital works at the
College, that will lay the cornerstone of our shared success. With our fundraising Cornerstone Legacy Campaign, we are making strides into a new era for the Patrician community.
In recent years the College has focused on progressively addressing both seismic strengthening and asbestos remediation issues across all the school buildings, achieving the goal of making those buildings safe for our students, staff and community.
In 2020, a 10-year Modernisation and Resilience Masterplan was developed to remediate the remainder of the campus to refresh, modernise and improve the functionality of spaces that are no longer fit for purpose. The campus must be adapted to the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s teachers and students, and The Campus Masterplan provides a blueprint for staged development that can be progressed in a logical and affordable way.
From a total cost of $30M for all nine stages and with thanks to the generous support of the Society of Mary and our Board of Proprietors, we are seeking to raise a total of $6.5M to complete all nine stages of the Campus Masterplan, starting with our O'Shea Performing Arts Centre, the Student Learning Hub and the Palisade Wall.
You can read the ‘Cornerstone Legacy Campaign – Building a Resilient, Future Fit Campus’ booklet here.
The Time to Strengthen the Patrician Legacy is Now.
Your gift to any of the nine stages of the Campus Masterplan will influence every Patrician current and future in some way. You will empower the College and its students to reach their potential, both in the present and as we look to generations ahead.
To take the next step and support the Cornerstone Legacy Campaign, please contact:
021 0843 8056