About Caroline Chisholm Catholic College
Caroline Chisholm Catholic College originated from three colleges and amalgamated in 1997 to provide Catholic secondary education to the young people of Melbourne?s inner-western suburbs.
Caroline Chisholm Catholic College is situated on two sites with Christ the King School (girls years 7-9) and the main campus for St. John?s school (boy years 7-9) and Sacred Heart School (senior co-ed 10-12).
Our mission at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College is to strive to live Gospel truths and values.
We seek to provide a holistic education.
Caroline Chisholm Catholic College endeavours to inspire and empower all members of the college community to reach their full potential.
Caroline Chisholm Catholic College is a notebook school with an innovative learning and teaching program which includes mainstream core classes, elective classes, accelerated learning programs as well as classes that provide targeted support for students with learning needs including integration students.
Co-curricula programmes at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College are designed to expose students to a variety of experiences and work to complement the mainstream curriculum.
The programme is divided into compulsory and non-compulsory events from Year 7 through to Year 12 to ensure that students are exposed to a variety of activities, as well as providing the opportunity for students to be challenged in areas of their choice or passion.
Caroline Chisholm Catholic College is proud to provide a rich pastoral care program with a strong focus on student wellbeing. Students? faith development is supported by chaplains who seek to develop the faith, religious and prayer experience of our students. A variety of liturgical celebrations, seminar and retreat days and community service activities are all designed to foster the Catholic ethos and identity of the Caroline Chisholm Catholic College.