Xaverian College

Golden Jubilee Photograph

By Thomas Paul

Everybody is invited to see how many faces can be named from this classic of 1959.

If you recognise yourself or anyone else, please post below.

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Photo: Illustrative image for the 'Xaverian College' page

From the personal collection of Thomas Paul

Photo: Illustrative image for the 'Xaverian College' page

From the personal collection of Thomas Paul

Photo: Illustrative image for the 'Xaverian College' page

From the personal collection of Thomas Paul

Photo: Illustrative image for the 'Xaverian College' page

From the personal collection of Thomas Paul

This page was added on 30/08/2018.
Comments about this page

I think I can see my cousin Ian Chapman in the 3rd photo, on the far left of the row behind the front row.

By Jane Knapp (30/08/2018)

Gosh ! How wonderfully small the school looks!

Picture 1, the teacher wearing his gown may be Mr. Langridge the music   teacher who played the hand pumped organ in the chapel and the piano in the new Refectory(1964).

Picture 3, the teacher at the end of the row in a white open neck shirt and cravat May be PTI Mr. Cobb( former army DI). 

When I joined in 1964 my headmaster was Bro. Elwyn, and part of the influx of new De La Salle Brothers!

By Damien Wan (31/08/2018)

I am 3rd from left in the second row back from the front. I left in 1960 for Mayfield College. Brothers Nathaniel and Bead (onomatopoeia), transferred to Mayfield when the Xaverian College in Brighton was taken over by the De La Salle Order.

By Shaun Donnelly (09/11/2018)