Leaders in learning excellence
Caroline Chisholm Catholic College is a co-educational secondary college in Melbourne’s inner-west, dedicated to learning excellence in an engaged, faith-filled and supportive environment.
We believe every student has talents and offers them every chance to succeed – whether academically with science and mathematics, artistically with music and drama, hands on in the trade training centre or in out-of-classroom areas such as sport and social justice.
The all-girls and all-boys junior campuses cover Years 7 to 9, whilst the senior coeducational campus from Years 10 to 12 offers VCE, VET and VCAL programs.
With a personalised teaching approach, we encourage all students to be the best they are called to be both inside and outside the classroom – providing a firm foundation for a successful adult life.
ATAR scores are improving year after year and they’re particularly strong in mathematics and sciences; in 2015, students achieved perfect VCE study scores of 50 out of 50 in Chemistry, Physics, Mathematical Methods and IT Applications.
There are also a number of extension programs including: international exchange with schools in Japan and Italy; Aspire, an accelerated educational and enrichment program for students in Years 7 to 9; and a partnership with Australian Catholic University enabling Year 12 students to study tertiary subjects at the College.
Outside the classroom, students are involved in a range of extra-curricular activities to pursue their personal interests and talents: musicals and performing arts events, debating, sports, volunteering, book clubs, student leadership positions and more.
Modern facilities include an indoor swimming pool, auditorium, libraries, sports fields, performing arts and trade training centres and wholly-owned outdoor education campus.
Caroline Chisholm Catholic College is an inclusive multicultural community where each student is known and valued.
To arrange a tour, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9296 5311. For more information, visit www.cccc.vic.edu.au.