Duggan Boarding House


Just 15 minutes from Adelaide's CBD and nestled in the foothills of the Mount Lofty Ranges, Rostrevor College gives boarders a sense of home whilst being a stone's throw away from a world of opportunities.

With an unrivalled outlook across the ovals to the hills, Duggan House acts as a 'home away from home' for around 70 students from all corners of the state, and throughout Australia.

The boarding community at Rostrevor, like the College itself, adopts a holistic approach to the care of boys. Whilst we take every effort to ensure that academic and co-curricular opportunities are maximised, we also have a mind for the spiritual side of their development. We believe that a valuable part of our role here in Duggan House is to ensure that boys have the chance to learn from their experiences and to grow into young men. We constantly encourage them to be the best they can be and do the best they can do with the talents they have.

The boys are given the best care possible thanks to our supervisors who support the boys with their studies and act as mentors and full-time housemother who provides a range of support and assistance as well as our dedicated chef who keeps the boys fed with nutritious and hearty meals.

In addition to the wide range of facilities and opportunities we offer our boarders, we also accommodate the learning interests of many regional students with our agricultural and environmental studies curriculum, including our own on-campus farm and vineyard.

Our boarding house facilities include:

  • Individual bedrooms for Years 9-12
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Communal dining area
  • Living areas for relaxation - Netflix and Kayo available
  • Common rooms for indoor recreation
  • Well-equipped sickbay and first-aid room
  • Table tennis, soccer and pool tables for recreational use
  • Full access to the College campus facilities

History

Rostrevor College has a history of boarding students from rural and remote areas dating back to 1923. In fact, the College was founded to take boarding students from CBC Wakefield Street, which could no longer adequately cater for the increasing number of boys who wanted to board.

Duggan House, was named after Matron Monica Duggan who was Matron at the College for over 30 years until the 1980s. In 1984 boarding was closed at Rostrevor but re-opened with a new, state-of-the-art building in 1991.

A CATHOLIC BOYS' DAY AND BOARDING COLLEGE IN THE EDMUND RICE TRADITION RECEPTION TO YEAR 12

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