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Chevalier College is a catholic coeducational secondary day school conducted by the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart. The College is committed to providing affordable, quality education to Catholic families. Students of all faith traditions are welcome in this caring community and many faiths are represented in the current student body. Read More…

Chev News


Sports Report – ISA Summer Round 8 Saturday witnessed some excellent matches across a range of sports.   Starting the day at Chevalier College, the 1sts Softballers took on Barker College…


Sports Report – ISA Summer Round 7 ISA and local sport resumed on Saturday 30 January and the weather conditions were a little unpredictable with steamy, stormy weather around. Thankfully,…


Chev Past Students on longest Hay Run for farmers When Jacob and Joel decided they wanted to be part of a hay run, a compromise needed to be made; as Joel would…


Congratulations to the HSC Graduates of 2015 We welcomed back some of our HSC students who were able to attend a morning tea hosted by the College on Thursday 17…


Students from Chevalier College's Year 12 class visited the school yesterday to celebrate their achievements. Photo by Victoria Lee, Courtesy of Southern Highland News.

2015 HSC Graduates Morning Tea

2015 NSW Mock Trial Champions!

2015 NSW Mock Trial Champions

The 2015 Presentation Ball was a gala night for our Year 11 students.

Presentation Ball 2015


Wilderness Studies – Terms 1-2, 2015

Chevalier College Highlands Trades Skills Centre - Construction Building

Official Opening – Chevalier College Highlands Trades Skills Centre

When Everything Old is New Again (2)

The Boy from Oz


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Why Chev?

Why Chev?

Chevalier does more than teach the curriculum, although the College is widely recognised for its high standard of teaching and excellent care for students. Chevalier is a community that embodies a special culture grounded in a spirituality that inspires teachers and students to aim for greater things. It is a culture that encourages people to do their best and instils confidence that every person is valued.  Read more...  
Philosophy of Education

Philosophy of Education

Fr Jules Chevalier founded The Society of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart at Issoudun, France in 1854.  He had a vision of regenerating society through devotion to the Sacred Heart. Included among the ways of achieving this vision was the education of youth.  Mindful that the teaching closest to Jesus’ heart is his command to ‘love one another as I have loved you’, the MSC especially value love, concern, compassion, understanding, respect and acceptance of every individual.  Read more...
History and Tradition

History and Tradition

Chevalier College began in 1946, with just 40 students, as a boarding and day school for boys. Joined by 30 girls from Elm Court run by the Dominican sisters in Moss Vale, the College became truly coeducational in 1973. There are now more than 1200 students enrolled at Chev.  Read more...


The extensive park-like grounds of Chevalier College provide a learning environment that offers a wide variety of subjects and co-curricular opportunities to our students.  Read more...
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