Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, Padua College is NOT permitted to hold school tours.
Once we are able to hold tours, please understand that ongoing restrictions mean that we are also limited to the number of visitors we are able to have at the College. Therefore, families are encouraged to book one parent/guardian per family (where possible) to attend with their child. Visitors must bring a mask for occasions when you cannot keep 1.5m distance, and of course to wear it if mandatory at the time of your tour.
By following this advice, Padua College can operate within the directives from the Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Education and Training, and Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools (MACS).
We hope that we will soon be able to welcome you into the College, and this page is where you will find the booking links.
In the meantime, we invite you to take one of our virtual tours, which have been created to give you an idea of the look and feel of each Padua College Campus. Click here to visit our Virtual Tours page.
Before taking a virtual tour, it might be helpful to first check which Year 7-9 Campus your child is eligible to attend. All students begin at the Year 7-9 Campus nearest their home, then move to the Mornington Senior Campus for Years 10-12.
Any child under 12 years of age is to be indicated as a CHILD when booking, children over 12 will need to be booked as an ADULT.
A reminder for those looking at places for Year 7, 8 and 9 - you must book into a tour at the campus nearest where you reside, because places for enrolment at Padua College are allocated according to where you live, as follows:
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