Welcome to St Mary MacKillop College

St Mary MacKillop College is a Catholic Co-Educational Years 7-12 School. It is an educating community with Jesus Christ as our inspiration.

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Our Mission

  • Celebrate our Catholic identity.
  • Work with our families and the local, parish, diocesan and global communities.
  • Share in the Mission of the Church.
  • Provide a challenging and stimulating curriculum.
  • Nurture the development of the whole person by empowering our students to make a positive contribution in the world.
  • Respect the unique dignity and faith of each person.
  • Strive to achieve the best possible outcome for each individual student.
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News

Year 12 VCAL Camp

April 24, 2018

On 28th February the Year 12 VCAL students went to Melbourne for their immersion camp which focused on homelessness and on careers. Students were given the opportunity to see first-hand the work done by the Salvation Army in helping with the issue of homelessness. The presenter provided an overview of the impacts of homelessness, and …

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Creating pathways for students in Year 10, 11 and 12

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Offering 24 Authority subjects and 19 Certificate courses.

St Mary MacKillop College is a Years 7 to 12 coeducational Catholic high school and it is one of eleven such schools in the Diocese of Ballarat.  Since its inception in 1985 the college has expanded and now caters for 500 students.

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2019 Enrolment Information

Thank you for considering St Mary MacKillop College for your children’s education. We would love to welcome you and your children into our College family.

Why St Mary MacKillop College? We educate students from Years 7 – 12. At St Mary MacKillop College, we are committed to making Jesus known and loved in the Marist way and to provide a caring, contemporary, learning environment which nurtures the spiritual, intellectual, cultural and physical potential of the young people in our care.

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Our Priorites

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    Promote our Catholic identity through the school & Swan Hill community.

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    Build positive relationships between Catholic education communities and the wider community.

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    Provide students with a comprehensive education through quality teaching & learning programs.

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    To unify our school community through our Christian values.

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