Thousands of students have walked through the halls and grounds of Chevalier College since 1946, and have contributed to its 75-year legacy.
Past and present students, staff and Missionaries of the Sacred Heart will come together to reminisce about the college, and its memories, for its birthday on Friday.
It started with just forty boys, eight priests and five brothers from the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart on the Riversdale estate, and has grown to 950 students and over 14,000 alumni.
Despite their growth, their mission to teach, and to open their arms to the students and the community has remained the same.
They will unite as a 'Chev family' for a morning mass, and socialise with a morning tea afterwards.
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Current students will then have a celebratory carnival with rides, games, music and food trucks with staff in the afternoon.
The festival will also take place on the college's Sacred Heart Day.
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