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Xaverian Sporting Success

Xaverian College has recently become champions in two of the regional AOC tournaments.

Winning the Women’s North West 7 a side tournament. This was a 19 team knockout competition in which the side played magnificently, conceding only one goal throughout the whole competition.

Next up was the Men’s volleyball team who stormed through unbeaten to become North West winners.

Both teams will now progress to the national finals in Nottingham in April to play the other regional champions from all over the country to compete for the title of English Champions.

Great wins for Xaverian’s Sport Teams!

History students Caitlin and Nadia

Xaverian History students recognised in national competition

Two Year 12 students at Xaverian College, Caitlin Bowler and Nadia Bishop-Broadhurst entered The British Association for American Studies (BAAS) School Essay Prize earlier this …

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Xav’s Positive Paper 2021-2022

This year we celebrated 160 years of Xaverian! There have been many changes over the years, however the fundamentals have stayed the same. The zeal …

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Creative students showcase their work at annual Art Exhibition

Students at Xaverian College had the opportunity to showcase their creative talents at an end-of-year Art Exhibition, which took place last week (15th June 2022). …

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History students Caitlin and Nadia

Xaverian History students recognised in national competition

Two Year 12 students at Xaverian College, Caitlin Bowler and Nadia Bishop-Broadhurst entered The British Association for American Studies (BAAS) School Essay Prize earlier this …

Find out more

Xav’s Positive Paper 2021-2022

This year we celebrated 160 years of Xaverian! There have been many changes over the years, however the fundamentals have stayed the same. The zeal …

Find out more

Creative students showcase their work at annual Art Exhibition

Students at Xaverian College had the opportunity to showcase their creative talents at an end-of-year Art Exhibition, which took place last week (15th June 2022). …

Find out more