Like all well-loved and well-used buildings, the 'spiritual heart of Trinity College' needs some repairs.

Can you help preserve the Chapel for future generations of CBC Perth and Trinity families? The Chapel is central to the faith life of the College. Generations of Trinity students and CBC Perth Old Boys, their families and staff have come together to worship, give thanks and celebrate special events in this sacred space.

Whilst some refurbishment has occurred over the years, the Chapel is now due for a full "make-over". We are calling out to the College community to help support repairs and improvements to the Chapel including repairs to the roof and ceiling, installation of air conditioning, repairs to the parquetry floor and installation of additional seating.

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We are honoured to say that our origins began in 1894 at Christian Brothers' College at 1 St Georges Terrace Perth when Bishop Matthew Gibney and Brother Ambrose Treacy founded a school for boys.

In 1962, the College transferred to its new home on the banks of the Swan River in East Perth and was re-named Trinity College.

The new College was largely designed by well-loved Headmaster of the time, Brother JA (Tony) Kelly, whose vision was for the Chapel to be the focal point of the school.

Brother JA Kelly – in his words …

Trinity, a top primary and secondary College for boys, is well-regarded for its high achievement in all facets of school life, whether cultural, scholastic or sporting. The College's most striking characteristics are the happiness and goodwill of its students, their pride in its customs and traditions, their spirited loyalty and genuine intent of being Men for Others – all of which are evident in its present and former students.

The College is now basking in a healthy school spirit, star reputation and esteem, an extensive and successful education program and a wide range of school facilities.

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