Love | Serve | Hope

Delany College is proud to be part of Catholic Schools Parramatta Diocese’s system of 80 Catholic primary and secondary schools operating across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains providing more than 43,500 students with a high-quality, low fee Catholic education.

Delany College is a Catholic co-educational school for students from Year 7 to Year 12, providing contemporary, student-centred education in a nurturing environment.

We have 376 students enrolled in Years 7-12. Our junior school, Years 7-9 consists of 189 students and our senior school, Years 10-12 consists of 187 students.

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Our mission

We seek to maintain our strong connection with our diverse community and to continue to demonstrate the Patrician tradition of ‘hospitality’ as students play and learn together, across all age groups and cultures.

We aim to understand each student and take the time to personalise their learning, ensuring their learning goals will be met.

We seek to ensure that our students, their development, wellbeing, and career pathways are at the centre of all we do.

We look to provide access to a broad range of curriculum options and projects that are developed around individual students’ strengths, and to connect learning in the classroom to relevant future tertiary study and employment pathways.

We want to help every student reach their potential and set achievable goals that will prepare them for success.

Teacher with class at Delany Catholic College Granville
Learning guitar at Delany Catholic College Granville
Gym equipment at Delany Catholic College Granville
Religious education at Delany Catholic College Granville
School band program at Delany Catholic College Granville

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Our school crest

Our college motto, 'Love, Serve, Hope' reflects our Patrician heritage and our college commitment to preserving our long tradition of hospitality.

Our school crest

Delany Catholic College Granville school crest

Our history

Delany College was established in 1942 and was originally known as Patrician Brothers’ High School (Years 7-10). It was one of many Patrician schools in New South Wales and throughout the world.

In 1997 the school became a co-educational College (Years 7-12), to reflect and meet the changing needs of the community. In honour of its rich Patrician heritage, the College was named after the Patrician Brothers’ founder, Bishop Daniel Delany.

Year books - beautiful memories to keep

The Delany College story grows richer each year. Our school is action-packed with a multitude of activities, creative arts events, plays, and trips happening throughout the year. Today we are proud to serve a diverse community, vibrant in our differences and united in our faith.

Take a look inside each of the yearbooks below to get a taste of what happens in a typical school year at Delany College.

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Our policies and procedures

Delany College has a number of policies and procedures that govern various aspects of our school life.

Annual school report

Providing parents, carers and the wider community with information about various aspects of school performance and development.

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