Our mission at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College is to strive to live Gospel truths and values. We seek to provide a holistic education. We endeavour to inspire and empower all members of the college community to reach their full potential.
A Catholic secondary school; Years 7 - 12.
Catholic Regional College North Keilor is a Catholic Co-educational Year 7-10 College established in 1982. It operates as part of a complex of Colleges with other Year 7- 10 Colleges located at St. Albans and Melton and the VCE campus located at Sydenham.
North Keilor is a Regional College existing under the jurisdiction of the Archbishop of Melbourne and serves students living in the Parishes of Airport West, Keilor Downs, East Keilor and Sydenham.
The complex of Colleges has a single Board of Governance known as Catholic Regional College Council. The membership of the Council comprises Parish Priests, parish based parent representatives, the Principals of the four Colleges and other persons co-opted for their expertise. The Council has two subcommittees – the Board of Studies that deals with educational matters and the Finance Committee.
Strong support exists for the College from parishes in both a pastoral and financial sense. Pastoral support is seen in visits to the College by our priests, participation by the priests in in service programs, camps, regular Masses within the College, special liturgies and Reconciliation.
Ormond has a great tradition of preparing people from all walks of life to make a difference in the world. In the 21st century that mission is more important than ever as the world faces an extraordinary set of challenges - from solving climate challenges, and closing national and international poverty gaps - to creating humane cities and improving people’s well-being. Through the quality of our student life and our academic program we prepare our residents to make a difference in the world.
Our student life provides abundant opportunities for students to lead, whether in drama, sport, community service or organising social events. We also believe that learning to live well in a community of more than 300 people is an education in itself!
Our academic program not only supports the work students undertake at the University but increasingly provides people with an opportunity to learn about, and personally engage in, the tackling of global challenges.
St. Brendan's Primary School is in the Parish of Flemington, catering for the inner city community. We are situated at 103 Wellington St Flemington, 6 kilometres west of central Melbourne. Our school stands strong and proud within the community, based on over 120 years of Catholic Education within a faith filled Community. We are a school made up of committed and supportive parents as well as professional and friendly staff.
As a Catholic Primary School, St Brendan's espouses excellence in leadership and management practice and works for ongoing school improvement. Our shared leadership model has a strong emphasis on team work.
A Catholic secondary school. St Columba's aims to educate young women to be compassionate and confident, and who are well equipped to face the challenges of the 21st Century.
St Columba’s is a school that respects the dignity of each student and nurtures her wellbeing. The aim is for St Columba’s students to emerge as independent, resilient, purposeful young women. We work closely with feeder primary schools and our Year 7 students and their families prior to joining the school community to ensure there is a smooth transition to secondary school. After commencement, activities then focus on the development of a sense of connectedness to St Columba's.
Any St Columba’s girl will tell you that there’s not only a lot to learn but that there’s a lot to do at school. Our contemporary curriculum and diverse co-curricular program encourage participation, foster wellbeing and create a real sense of community.
Footscray City College is a multicultural Years 7- Post Year 12 co-educational college located in Melbourne’s inner west, adjacent to the Victoria University. There are about 1000 students who come from our local community as well as further afield. The college is on an outstanding site with views of the Maribyrnong River, Flemington Racecourse and the Central City of Melbourne.
The grounds are landscaped for student recreation, and are complemented by adjacent community playing fields and sporting facilities, including a magnificent swimming and sporting complex that the School has a partnership in with the Victoria University.
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St Therese's School is situated in Essendon, an established residential north western suburb of Melbourne.
Archbishop Mannix officially opened the Church on March 11th,1923 and the school opened for 30 pupils on April 9th, 1923. The Parish was first named St Teresa's after St Teresa of Avila, until St Therese, the Little Flower was beatified on March 17th, 1925. After this, the Parish came under the patronage of St Therese. 2012 will see the Parish celebrate its 90th anniversary.
Our present student population, as at February 2012, is 533. The school currently comprises 21 classes - three classes of each year level. All classrooms have interactive whiteboards installed, and all rooms have school computer network access..
At present there are approximately 40 staff when all part and full time staff are considered. These include classroom teachers, specialists, aides, administration staff and our school psychologist. The staff work and plan co-operatively and place considerable effort on being involved in curriculum development.
Playground space is divided into three areas – a main playground area, a smaller junior playground and an area comprised of three all weather tennis courts that are utilised as play space during school hours.
Parent involvement in the school is encouraged. Parents participate in the school in many ways, both formally, through representation on the Board and Committees, and informally, through assistance both inside and outside the classroom. The school operates a School Board, a Parents and Friends Committee, a Family Support Group, an Out of School Hours Program, Parent Class Representatives and a Tuckshop Committee.
Our Lady of the Nativity School is a integral part of the OLN Parish, Aberfeldie. As a Catholic School, the teachings of Jesus Christ are at the core of who we are and permeate all we do. We strive to live out our vision of a faith-filled community with a commitment to social justice, striving especially to uphold the dignity of every human person within our community and beyond.
Based on these principles, we aim to ensure that the children are the focus of every endeavour and that their welfare is of prime importance. We are committed to building strong partnerships between home and school and encourage all parents to become actively involved in their child’s education and the activities organised by the various groups within the school community.
Our Lady of the Nativity School is a vibrant community. Our children are happy and enthusiastic and taught by a team of dedicated professionals
Corpus Christi School is a co-educational Primary School situated in the western suburbs of Melbourne, providing a Catholic education for children from Years Prep to Six.
Corpus Christi School works in partnership with parents to educate children to seek what is true, beautiful and good. We provide a safe, stimulating environment that is non-threatening yet challenging, motivating, enjoyable and conducive to learning. Children with special needs are catered for through our Strategic Assistance for Children with Special Needs Program and our Reading Recovery Program.
We give high priority for teachers to plan in teams with our Director of Teaching and Learning. The Victorian Essential Learning Standards document is used as the core resource for planning.
At Corpus Christi there is regular contact with parents via newsletters, information nights, reporting procedures, open classrooms and informal social gatherings.
St Mary’s is a community of learners who come together to grow and learn together, we support and encourage each other to be the best we can be and endeavour to live in the image of Christ with Mary as our guide. Our school has a long and proud history, which we honour and build upon as we welcome new members to our school community. Personalised learning is our focus. WE believe that every child should have the opportunity to experience success in a supportive environment.
St Mary's is a place of educational excellence and we will ensure we are "educating tomorrow's leaders". This means we will pro vide an education that skills children for the future. An education that provides solid foundations in which each child can rely on. A well rounded education that caters for the whole person and most important and education that enables each child to experience the presence of Jesus in their lives.
At St Mary’s parents are highly valued as the first educators of their children and it is our goal to work with in partnership to support families in the education for their children. Parents are encouraged and supported to participate in the life of the school and be involved in their child’s education in a wide variety of ways. As a school we are constantly striving to increase the opportunities for parent involvement and to improve our communication between home and school.
As a Catholic school we are placed at the ‘heart of the Church’. Within this context, we recognise our defining features as being a parish school which:
As a Catholic school, we celebrate Christ as the centre of our lives, calling us to be life-giving by the way we live the Gospel in our time.
We strive to empower our community to be people of hope for the world.
OLHC Our Lady Help Of Christians School, East Brunswick is a vibrant school community catering to inner-city families looking for a Catholic Primary Education.
With a current enrolment of just over 275 students, we believe we are the ideal size. Our students are nurtured in a safe and loving environment, whilst stimulated by a rigorous curriculum with high expectations for all.
Our Lady Help of Christians Catholic Primary School is co-educational and caters for children from Year Prep to Year 6. We believe that parents are the first educators of their children and we partner this educational journey as a school during a child’s Primary years.
All children participate in Religious Education classes. Gospel values of love, truth, justice, peace making, forgiveness, respect for the dignity of each person and responsibility for the environment permeates each area of our school curriculum and our teaching each day.
Established in 1983, The Australian International Academy (AIA) is one of the first Islamic schools in Australia. At AIA we challenge students in the class room to discover and achieve their full academic potential by teaching a comprehensive, contemporary curriculum within a safe and nurturing Islamic environment. Today, the Academy has grown and operates six registered schools with fully qualified teaching staff. In Sydney there are currently 2 campuses (Strathfield & Kellyville), with 3 more in Melbourne and 1 international campus in Abu Dhabi (UAE). The AIA Strathfield campus offers the world’s best practice International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) for years 11 & 12 an IB Middle Years Programme for years 7 – 10 (IBMYP) and is a candidate school for the Primary Years Program (IBPYP), in addition to the NSW educational curriculum. AIA promotes a balanced approach to education incorporating academic achievement, values in action, as well as personal and community well being.AIA is committed to achieving the best learning outcomes for its students by focusing on “learning how to learn " and developing students’ confidence and nurturing their intellectual talent. AIA aims to develop graduates with a love of learning and the skills necessary to conduct inquiry and research and independence in learning; and we hope that this love of learning will be sustained throughout their lives. For questions regarding admission to the school, please contact the student registrar today.
Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception School is a Catholic Parish Primary School for approximately 350 boys and girls from Prep to Year 6.
Our multiculturalism is a very special feature of our school and we have a strong history of welcoming new and recent-arrivals to Australia. The diversity of our student population is an asset which gives Our Lady’s a richness from which we can all learn. Our school events and Liturgies are celebrated with much enthusiasm.
Our curriculum is designed to challenge your child in a supportive environment. We want your child to feel confident, to be happy, to live by the values of the Gospels and to reach their full potential.
Our School Vision
In a spirit of unity and harmony, we strive to develop the whole person; providing an excellent education for all and inspiring our community members to live a Christian way of life.
At Holy Name Primary School we are a community of faith and learning; challenging our present, shaping our future and exploring our potential together.
Our school is a learning community and is conducting an extensive building project to create a 21st Century facility. Our teachers model a love of learning and children are actively encouraged to set their own educational goals. As educators in a Catholic school, our aim is to promote living and learning in faith. We seek to support you in your role as parents in nurturing your children so that they can live their lives and strive to reach their full potential.
The Religious Education curriculum uses the text “To Know Worship and Love” series, as mandated by the Archdiocese of Melbourne as well as a variety of other resources to compliment and enrich the religious education.
In this special Catholic community your child will experience a caring, supportive environment where our dedicated, professional staff encourage each student to feel happy, safe and confident in developing positive self-esteem. We believe it is important to create an environment where we all work together to provide security and growth in the child’s pursuit of excellence.
The school provides educational programs, which cater for the spiritual, academic, social, emotional and physical development of students. We offer a broad and comprehensive curriculum with a strong emphasis on academic excellence and building quality relationships.
Underpinning all our teaching is a strong sense of our Catholic faith and tradition and, as such, our Religious Education Programs are an integral part of our curriculum. We have a strong sense of pastoral care and our discipline policy is based on justice and concern for others.
Our school is a Parish Catholic Primary School in the western suburbs of the Archdiocese’s of Melbourne.
We are justly proud of our school as its community represents a snapshot of the wider picture of Australia. – the multi cultural picture.
The community consists of 475 children from Vietnam, Philippines, mainland China, Sudan, Ethiopia , Kenya, India, Sri Lanka, southern and central America and Europe.
Our staff also reflects this diversity that makes us proud to be Australians.
Thus our School Vision states that our school is a place :-
Where strong professional relationships create a successful teaching and learning opportunity within the Australian Catholic tradition.
Our children are:-
in such a community.
Newman College is a Roman Catholic co-educational residential College affiliated with the University of Melbourne. The Society of Jesus is responsible for the administration of the College.
The College's fundamental purpose is to foster the intellectual, ethical and spiritual life of its members, to enable them to become effective leaders in the community, mature in faith and committed to justice. The College seeks to assist its members in achieving the highest standards in their personal lives, in their studies and in the professions they will enter, standards based on Christian values and showing a genuine compassion and respect for others.
Newman College espouses the humane, religious and cultural values of the Roman Catholic Church, but students of other traditions are welcomed and encouraged.
All students of the College enjoy the opportunity to maintain an active spiritual life. The College Chaplain, the four resident Jesuit priests and members of staff ensure that the spiritual, religious and pastoral needs of the students are met.
Founded on the traditions of the world’s great collegiate universities, Trinity College in the University of Melbourne has been transforming students’ lives since 1872.
In all its diverse programs, Trinity promotes academic excellence, but also encourages students to extend their education far beyond the classroom.
As a result, the richness of student life sets the benchmark for collegiate education in Australia.
Opportunities abound for students to explore new interests and pursue their extra curricular passions – be they musical, sporting, cultural, spiritual, entrepreneurial, or in the areas of leadership and social responsibility. The breadth and depth of these opportunities, supported by extensive student welfare and pastoral care structures, and the diversity of students' backgrounds, nurtures the development of well-rounded individuals, able and willing to lead and serve, locally, nationally or internationally.
Trinity’s distinguished alumni network of over 15,000 individuals – including 37 Rhodes Scholars – have made their mark in academia, business, the professions, the church, governments and communities in some 60 countries around the world..