Where over 120 years of history embrace the future …
Named in memory of past pupil, Mr Alan Spiers, who died in World War II. A bursary was also named after him.
Named after Mr Stephen Cavanagh who bequeathed approximately £750 to be invested for deserving pupils
Named in memory of Mr Jim Keeley who was killed in World War II. The Keeley family, who has had a long association with St Patrick’s, also donated Keeley Park to the school in memory of Jim Keeley and his friend, Alan Spiers.
Named after Sir Max Michaelis who played a foremost part in the establishment of the diamond trade. He founded scholarships not only at Christian Brothers’ College, but also at various other establishments.