St Augustine’s College Sydney is an Independent Catholic School for boys in Year 5 to Year 12. The distinctive ethos of the College is Augustinian. Founded by the Order of St. Augustine, the College is located in Brookvale, New South Wales, Australia.
The school is a member of the Independent Schools Association (ISA), a collection of independent Sydney schools grouped primarily for the purpose of sporting competition. Its brother school in Australia is Villanova College, located in Brisbane, Queensland. The Order of St Augustine has over 65 schools and universities throughout the world.
The College started their association with ISA in 2005 by competing in the Division 1 Rugby competition with one team per age group from 13 years to 1st XV.
Currently, St Augustine’s College rugby is regarded as one of the top Schoolboy rugby programmes in the country. St Augustine’s has won the I.S.A. Champion School seven times since 2005 and has won the N.S.W. Waratah Shield schools rugby knockout nine times out of the last ten years.
The College fielded twenty-one teams this year and since 2005 has contributed eleven players to the Australian Schoolboys side and many more to the N.S.W. Schools and I.S.A. representative teams.