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Aquinas opened in 1938, when boarders and day students from Christian Brothers College (CBC Perth) moved to the new campus at Salter Point.The history of Aquinas begins with CBC Perth which was founded in 1894 in the centre of Perth.The campus comprises a number of buildings and sporting facilities necessary for the day-to-day educational needs of the students.Two of these buildings are of historical significance, the Edmund Rice Administration Wing and the Chapel, which are listed with the Heritage Council of Western Australia.Brother Foley was steadfast Aquinas was not a new Christian Brothers school, the brothers obeyed and in the ensuring schism the heritage of CBC Perth was removed.CBC Perth was no longer a member of the PSA, the colours of CBC Perth became blue, light blue, and green, and the college raised new honour boards from 1938 onwards.At first, the brothers entered into negotiations for the purchase of 8 hectares (20 acres) at Point Heathcote on the Swan River.The negotiations fell through and in 1928 the brothers purchased 95 hectares (234 acres) on the Canning River, just east of the Riverton Bridge, and they named the property Clune Park.
A scoreboard was constructed on the oval and is named after Brother C. In 1975, the swimming pool was constructed, it was one of the first 50-metre swimming pools to be constructed in schools, this was followed by the Redmond Learning centre (library) in 1975, which was named after Brother Redmond who was on staff at Aquinas for over 45 years.
Mount Henry Peninsula is a land feature and reserve located 11 km (6.8 mi) south of Perth, which is owned by the Christian Brothers as part of the Aquinas property.
The region is recognised as a bush forever site and is listed on the Register of the National Estate.
Aquinas College is a Catholic independent, day and boarding school for boys at Salter Point, Perth, Western Australia.
Its sister school is Santa Maria Ladies College in Attadale, Perth, which they meet and interact with often.