About The School
St Catherine's Catholic College was founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1925. The College is named after St Catherine of Alexandria and has the motto of "Strength in Faith". In 2012, a new campus was established to cater for increasing student enrolments and subsequently secondary education was introduced in 2013. Following a period of discernment, the College added the Ignatian spirituality to complement the existing Mercy Charism. Our Assistant Principals Religious Education
All Catholic schools are instituted on Gospel values, which are drawn from the life of Jesus Christ. At St Catherine's Catholic College, this witness of Christ is filtered through the dual lenses of both the Mercy and Ignatian traditions. The foundational values that emerge are Excellence, Community, Compassion and Justice. It is these values that act as a guide to our "way of proceeding".
Put simply, the foundational fabric of the Mercy Charism and Ignatian Spirituality,