The College has five houses that students belong to and when participating in school carnivals or events they can earn points for their house. Siblings are placed into the same house. The five houses are: Aikenhead, Gonzaga, Charity, Fides and Galilee.
Aikenhead – Green
This house is named after Mary Aikenhead, the founder of the Sisters of Charity. The Sisters of Charity founded St Aloysius Catholic College in 1960.
Aikenhead values are Determination, Leadership and Resilience.
Logo: 4 leaf clover
Gonzaga – Yellow
This house is named after St Aloysius Gonzaga, whom our College is named after.
Gonzanga values are Humility, Integrity and Loyalty to God.
Charity – Red
This house is named after the Sisters of Charity, the religious order who founded the College.
Charity values are Community, Courage and Service.
Logo: Heart and hands
Fides – Blue
Fides is Latin for faith. Fides was the original motto of the College.
Fides values are Faith, Strength and Trust.
Logo: Fire and cross
Galilee - White
Galilee is a place of great significance to Christians due to its connections to the person of Jesus.
Galilee values are Generosity, Justice and Stewardship.
Logo: Sunrise and water