Main Reception Office Hours:

During School Terms

Mon - Fri: 8:00am - 4:30pm

During School Holidays

Mon - Fri: 8:00am - 4:00pm

General Enquiries:

(03) 9296 5311

Student Absence Number:
(Before 9:30am)

(03) 9296 5333

Our commitment is to ensure we offer the best possible education and that kids are cared for and nurtured to the best of our ability so that they can become the best possible version of themselves.

Robert Brennan – Principal

What our Alumni say

At Caroline Chisholm Catholic College you have such wealth around you: diversity makes you stronger, not weaker.

Michael DeGruyther Lecturer
Alumni Graduated 1990

2021 Term Dates

Term 1 – Friday, 29th January* – Wednesday, 31st March

Term 2 – Monday, 19th April – Friday, 25th June

Term 3 – Wednesday, 14th July – Friday, 17th September

Term 4 – Monday, 4th October – Friday, 3rd December

*Year 7 students only. Year 8 – 12 return Monday, 1st February 2021

How our school compares

2020 Median Study Score


2020 College Dux

98.7 ATAR

Class of 2020

209 successfully completed VCE, VET and VCAL

37 ATAR scores above 80

Top 20 students achieved an average ATAR of 91

33 Study Scores above 40

2 Perfect 50/50 Study Scores

Highest average ATAR in six years

We care about being

Sun Smart

Sun Smart

UV cannot be seen or felt.

Our senses cannot detect UV so it can be damaging without us knowing. There is a huge variation in UV levels across Australia. The UV level is affected by a number of factors including the time of day, time of year, cloud cover, altitude, proximity to the equator, scattering and reflection.



The College takes up the challenge issued by Pope Francis to protect our common home and to bring humanity together to seek a sustainable way forward for future generations to come.

“We received this world as an inheritance from past generations, but also as a loan from future generations, to whom we will have to return it!”—Pope Francis, meeting with political, business and community leaders, Quito, Ecuador, July 7, 2015

Through education and dialogue about how we are shaping the future of our planet, we can play a part in shaping attitudes and concern within the College community, which in turn, has the potential to influence beyond the sphere of the school alone.

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