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CBC Fremantle's unique Pastoral Care programmes involve ceremonial rites of passage and nurture young men throughout their secondary school years.
At CBC Fremantle, young men learn how to be gentlemen. Informed by Christian values and a strong sense of justice, students are equipped to be leaders who will shape a better world.
The Rite Journey programme for 2013 culminated in a poignant ceremony at Point Walter this week, with the Year 9s being symbolically returned to their parents by the Rite Journey teachers.
"Every boy will become a man, but not every boy becomes a gentleman," CBC student, 2012.
What makes a good man - a gentleman - is timeless. For boys to become good men, they need to learn in a tailored and challenging environment with the right combination of values, influence, guidance and example.
At CBC Fremantle, our boys are guided through their transition from boyhood to becoming good men.
At CBC Fremantle, we strive to guide each boy to graduate as a gentleman who will live his life informed by Christian values with a strong sense of justice. We aspire for each of our young men to become a leader who is prepared to shape a better world.
Located in the heart of Fremantle, Western Australia, CBC Fremantle (est. 1901) is a Catholic School in the Edmund Rice tradition for young men from Years 7 to 12. In striking a balance between the positive progress of modern day society and the enduring values and traditions of its forefathers, the College serves to enrich the lives of young men and the communities which they will serve.
To find out how your son could learn to be a gentleman at CBC, request a prospectus or register for a College tour.