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Christopher Houlihan

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Padua College

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Padua College

07 3857 9900 80 Turner Road

Kedron, Queensland,4031

Australia

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Padua College provides a wide range of activities in this important part of school life. Sporting, cultural and community opportunities are offered to boys from Year 5 to Year 12. At Padua College, all students participate in an annual Writing Competition in... more.

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Chief Executive Officer

Mercy Education Limited


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www.mercy.edu.au

Mr Christopher Houlihan
Mercy Education | Mr Christopher Houlihan Mercy Education Mr Christopher Houlihan Christopher Houlihan Chief Executive Officer Mr Christopher Houlihan was appointed to the inaugural position of Chief Executive Officer of Mercy Education and commenced this position on 5 October 2015. Christopher has held senior leadership positions in Catholic Education in Western Australia as deputy principal and in Victoria as the Principal of Padua College since 2001. Padua College is a three-campus College, owned and administered by the parishes of the Mornington Peninsula and was founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1898. Christopher's first two schools as a teacher were St Aloysius College, North Melbourne and Santa Maria College, Attadale - both current member schools of MEL. Christopher is delighted to renew his association with the Sisters of Mercy in commencing this role. As Chief Executive, he sees his task as a support to the Board's work in governing the twelve Mercy Education schools on behalf of the Institute Leadership Team. Pastorally. He sees the role as providing personal and professional support to Mercy College Principals and the Executive Team at the National Office of MEL. Christopher's role will allow the Board to concentrate on providing advice to ISMAPNG and the Institute and setting strategic direction for the operations of the MEL schools. This management role will be a conduit between the Executive Staff of MEL, the Principals of our schools and the Board to ensure the Vision and Mission of all schools is in line with the Institute. Christopher is grateful for the warm welcome he has received from all associated with Mercy Education Limited.


www.mercy.edu.au

Mr Christopher Houlihan
Mercy Education | Mr Christopher Houlihan Mercy Education Mr Christopher Houlihan Chief Executive Officer Mr Christopher Houlihan was appointed to the inaugural position of Chief Executive Officer of Mercy Education and commenced this position on 5 October 2015. Christopher has held senior leadership positions in Catholic Education in Western Australia as deputy principal and in Victoria as the Principal of Padua College since 2001. Padua College is a three-campus College, owned and administered by the parishes of the Mornington Peninsula and was founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1898. Christopher's first two schools as a teacher were St Aloysius College, North Melbourne and Santa Maria College, Attadale - both current member schools of MEL. Christopher is delighted to renew his association with the Sisters of Mercy in commencing this role. As Chief Executive, he sees his task as a support to the Board's work in governing the twelve Mercy Education schools on behalf of the Institute Leadership Team. Pastorally. He sees the role as providing personal and professional support to Mercy College Principals and the Executive Team at the National Office of MEL. Christopher's role will allow the Board to concentrate on providing advice to ISMAPNG and the Institute and setting strategic direction for the operations of the MEL schools. This management role will be a conduit between the Executive Staff of MEL, the Principals of our schools and the Board to ensure the Vision and Mission of all schools is in line with the Institute. Christopher is grateful for the warm welcome he has received from all associated with Mercy Education Limited.


www.melbcdf.com.au [cached]

There were feelings of pride in the collective achievement as Padua College Principal, Christopher Houlihan, acknowledged the many people integral to the success of the building project.


www.padua.catholic.edu.au [cached]

There was a feeling of pride in the collective achievement, and the many people integral to the success in the building project were acknowledged in the speech given by our Principal, Mr Christopher Houlihan.
Our new campus has had a fantastic start to the year, with the Tyabb students enthusiastically embracing the Paduan spirit and culture. Photo captions: Unveiling the plaque - L-R: Padua College Principal, Mr Christopher Houlihan with Archbishop Denis Hart, Padua College Board Chairman Mr Noel Davies and the Tyabb Campus architect, Mr Brendan Hoban. Mr Sam Cosentino, Head of Tyabb Campus with Padua College Principal Mr Christopher Houlihan, Archbishop Denis Hart and Fr Laurie Pearson, PP of St Thomas More Parish Mt Eliza and head of the Padua College Canonical Administrators. Mr Christopher Houlihan, Padua College Principal with Archbishop Denis Hart as the blessing of the buildings took place.


www.padua.catholic.edu.au

After nearly 15 years of leading the college, the Principal Mr Christopher Houlihan was given a heartfelt Farewell Assembly by the students at each campus.
On behalf of all Padua College students, the College Captains, Georgia Smith and Felix Adsett delivered a speech acknowledging and thanking Mr Houlihan, while Vice-Captains Sam Mills and Grace Hall presented Mr Houlihan with a gift. On behalf of all Padua College students, the College Captains, Georgia Smith and Felix Adsett delivered a speech acknowledging and thanking Mr Houlihan, while Vice-Captains Sam Mills and Grace Hall presented Mr Houlihan with a gift. In all, this represented 6402 students in the time that Mr Houlihan has been Principal of the College! An excerpt from the College Captains' farewell speech is below: "Mr Houlihan, today we would like to thank you for your devotion to each student and their families, we would like to thank you for allowing each of us to be proud wearers of the Padua crest and for the way you have incorporated strong Catholic Foundations within our school culture.


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