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Principal’s Message >

Welcome to Mr Chris Ryan

08 January 2020

We welcome Mr Chris Ryan, College Principal to the ATC community. Chris has thirty years of experience as a teacher working with boys in Catholic schools in the Edmund Rice tradition. He is married to Louise and is the proud father of three young women.

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Learning >

Planting the Seeds

27 November 2019

Rosabeth Moss Kanter observed that “a vision is not just a picture of what could be; it is an appeal to our better selves, a call to become something more.” When the vision of Ambrose Treacy College was first conceived there were many who thought it couldn’t or shouldn’t be done. Building a school in a high change, 21st century environment, is far from easy.

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Formation & Service >

Climb Every Mountain

12 December 2019

Year 5 student Patrick Horan has completed one of the world’s hardest hikes, trekking more than 140km to the 5300m-high Everest Base Camp in the September holidays.

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Co-curricular Activities >

Paddling Along

17 September 2019

At Ambrose Treacy College we pride ourselves on offering ‘Something for Every Boy’. There are more than 40 sports and activities for boys to choose from so no matter their interest, skill or prowess, whether it is running, rugby, swimming, cricket, fishing, cooking or football, we guarantee boys will find something to keep them active, fit and healthy.

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Coming Up >

Coming Up - It's 2020!

08 January 2020

Welcome to the new year and another exciting chapter of the ATC story. It really is a great time to be a member of this College Community – we have so much to be proud of. We have all of the traditions of an 81 year old school whilst being highly contemporary in our practice and learning environment. Please see vital information below that will assist you in preparing for the coming weeks. I encourage all families to regularly read our blog ATConnect to keep up to date with all events, news and stories from the classrooms, sporting fields and music stage.

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