All are welcome; come join us! MacKillop Catholic College, Mount Peter, welcomes you! As a Catholic school, we are inspired by the vision of Christ’s Gospel as an authentic way to shape our humanity.
MacKillop Catholic College, Mount Peter, welcomes you! As a Catholic school, we are inspired by the vision of Christ’s Gospel as an authentic way to shape our humanity.
We remember that under the concrete and asphalt this land was and always will be another’s Dreaming. We make this statement believing that we can walk together to a better future because MacKillop College commits itself to Reconciliation.
We look to our patron, St Mary MacKillop – her spirituality and her life’s work – as an example of the way being a disciple of Jesus gives life meaning, purpose and direction. Likewise, we too strive to be disciples of Jesus, inspired by Mary MacKillop’s example.
MacKillop welcomed 360 new Year 7 students to the College as we commenced the 2022 academic year.
The College is obligated to inform the community if active COVID cases have been reported within each year group.
The school year commences on Monday 31 January for Years 7, 10, 11, and 12 and Tuesday 1 February for Years 8 and 9.
"Let no obstacles deter you from proceeding with courage." - St Mary MacKillop, 1907
For young ladies, a Catholic all-girls school is the optimum environment for such an enriching education.
MacKillop College is a highly regarded College in the community with a fine reputation for excellent standards as well as promoting happy and harmonious relationships. The College is extremely proud of the achievements of the students and for their sense of cooperation and respect for others.
This social emotional learning program enables students to build resilience, understand and manage their emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others and enhance their study skills.
The Years 10–12 curriculum will create a solid pathway for students to transition to university, to the world of work, or to the multi-fold opportunities of post-school technical & vocational training and apprenticeships.
The Instrumental Music Program for all secondary students ensures all can participate in the college’s co-curricular band, ensembles and choir. This further develops students’ musical skills and benefits their learning in all subject areas.
Learning is designed to push young people beyond their comfort zone, and challenge them as young men and women facing the realities of a globalised 21st century world.
Secondary schooling started at MacKillop in 2020 with Year 7, and will grow a year level each year until Year 12 is reached in 2025.