St Thomas Aquinas College Tynong entry signs

  • We've had our signs for some time, and they are holding up very, very well. They look great, and they are professional, classy and sturdy.

    Noel Pullen, Business Manager
    St Thomas Aquinas College

St Thomas Aquinas College Tynong was founded in 1993 when the Catholic church in Melbourne bought land in Tynong, originally hoping to start a primary school. The school has grown and moved into purpose-built facilities, and now draws students from a wide geographical area. Their aim is “to form in each youth a true and perfect Catholic”.

Over the years of construction, the College had been too busy to organise suitable signage. In 2015 they received our catalogue and asked us to create their own custom sign design. The principal noticed another sign on our website in the style he wanted, and asked us to base his design on this example. The results were two identical entry signs in a heritage style, with lathe-turned ball post caps and gold text. A lockable magnetic message board provides a way for staff to display messages to parents and students entering the College each day.