South Gippsland Community started wanting a Catholic Secondary College


Monsignor J Cunningham of Leongatha Parish purchased 50 acres of land for the future college. A working party was established.


1986 – The College opened its doors in two portable classrooms behind St Laurence O’Toole Primary School with 66 year 7 Students with Mr Ed Carmody as the Founding Principal.

1987 – The College relocated to the current site with the old farm house as the administration building

1989 – With the help of Government funding the first permanent buildings were erected.



1996 – The College Chapel was opened – fully funded by the parish and the parents and friends.


2005 – the multipurpose (now Pioneer Hall) was built also made possible by parish community and parents and friends.



2016 – Refurbished front office space and woodworking areas were completed.


2021 – the new Senior School building which included a new canteen was completed during the COVID Pandemic with students finally being able to move in by Mid-2021.