The Dominic College Hall of Achievement was established in 2003, with induction ceremonies held in 2003, 2005, 2009 and 2017. The Hall of Achievement aims to celebrate the history of the school and the lives of the people who have been shaped by their education at Dominic College, and its precursors Boys' Town, Savio College and Holy Name Convent.
The purpose of the Hall of Achievement is to recognise and acknowledge significant achievements by Old Scholars – achievements that have upheld the spirit and values of our founder, Don Bosco, including hard work, honesty, respect and good citizenship.
The College takes the opportunity to publicly recognise and give thanks for the blessings of the lives of these honoured scholars who are part of a great Salesian and Dominican story and a rich part of Dominic College.
We hope new members of the Old Scholars community can be inducted into the Hall of Achievement over the next few years. Would you like to make suggestions for the next induction? A committee reviews the nominations and selects a new round of inductees. For more details on nominations, please contact the Old Scholars Coordinator on (03) 6274 6000 or email@example.com
Congratulations to the most recent four distinguished old scholars who were inducted 24 February. You can see photos of the ceremony and a gathering afterwards on our web gallery here: Hall of Achievement.
Old Scholars who have been inducted into the Hall of Achievements are:
Business / Community Service
|Donna Adams||Elvio Brianese||Anthony Cerritelli|
|Michael Clarke||Bobby Court||Tony Crossin|
|Paul Curtain||Robert Fielding||Nicole Kingston|
|Matthew Reynolds||Simon Stolp|
|Dr Jeanette Fielding||Dr Damian Marriott||Dr Matthew Richmond|
|Prof James Vickers||Dr Joanna Vince||Dr Ian McShane|
|Dr Karen Westwood||Dr Olivia Rundle|
|Former British child migrants||Christine Castles||Peter Hope|
|Fiona Kallin||Fr Denis Allen|
|Robert Fahey||Denise Horder||Dominic Longo|
|Anthony Lovell||Jamie Mc Hugh||James Manson|