Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA)

Ambrose Treacy College is proud to be a Catholic school in the Edmund Rice tradition, which is administered by Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA).

Established in 2007 by the Christian Brothers, EREA is a network of schools, entities and offices that offer a Catholic education in the tradition of its founder, Blessed Edmund Rice. In 2014 there are almost 50 schools administered by EREA, enrolling over 35,000 students throughout Australia.

As part of their mission within the Church and shaped by the spirit and charism of Blessed Edmund Rice, all schools offer an education guided by the Charter for Catholic Schools in the Edmund Rice Tradition. EREA has its own canonical and civil identity but remains closely connected to the Christian Brothers and their ongoing ministry. For more detailed information please visit the EREA website www.erea.edu.au.

Our Charter

As a Catholic school in the Edmund Rice tradition, Ambrose Treacy College is called to be authentic to The Charter, which is a proclamation of an authentic expression of the Edmund Rice charism. We aspire to be faithful to the following four touchstones:

Liberating Education;
Gospel Spirituality;
Inclusive Community;
Justice and Solidarity

The integration of the touchstones reflects our mission and helps inform the authentic development of the Edmund Rice charism within our community.

For more information please download the EREA Information Booklet