Our Alma Mater
Our Alma Mater is the College’s annual yearbook, documenting all aspects of College life. It is distributed to every family at the College after Term 1 each following year. To request a copy, please contact the Advancement Office by email (
Advancement@riverview.nsw.edu.au) or on (02) 9882 8380.
Saint Ignatius’ College, Riverview has procedures in place to maintain the relevant data and will comply with reporting requirements of the NSW Minister for Education and the Australian Government Department of Education. This reporting includes participation in annual reporting to publicly disclose the educational and financial performance measures and policies of the College and requirements related to the provision of data to the Minister that is relevant to the Minister’s annual report to Parliament on the effectiveness of schooling in the state or data that may be requested by the Minister from time to time.
|Year||Link to download the report|
|2019||View the 2019 Annual Report|
|2018||View the 2018 Annual Report|
|2017||View the 2017 Annual Report|
|2016||View the 2016 Annual Report|
|2015||View the 2015 Annual Report|
The tradition of scholarship and the desire to learn remain deeply embedded in Jesuit education. Four hundred years after Ricci, at a major international conference that foregrounded the 21st Century, the Congregation asserted that ‘In all of its endeavours, Jesuit education is distinguished by intellectual excellence and academic rigour’. And because of this, ‘the schools set demanding standards for both students and faculty’. It is this ethic that drives the education program at Saint Ignatius’ College Riverview and generates the quality of work contained in this publication.
Named after Athanasius Kircher SJ, a man of colossal intellect in the 17th Century, The Kircher Collection is testament to aspirational scholarship that is alive and well at the College. It profiles key fields of intellectual pursuit and endeavour—Literature, Visual Arts, History and Musical Composition. More than just a compendium of student work, it is a manifestation of the desire to enquire, to experience, to comprehend, to analyse, to interpret—all corollaries of creative cognition in the quotient of learning.