Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne are committed to the provision of an outstanding education for all our young people.
A comprehensive list of all Catholic primary and secondary schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne. Search by school name, post code, suburb or school type.
Enrolment policies and procedures have been developed to assist Catholic primary and secondary schools and their families understand the enrolment process.
The Parent Handbooks are designed for parents whose child is about to commence their educational journey at a Catholic primary and secondary school.
Catholic primary schools provide high-quality academic, social, physical and religious education for more than 75,000 students in the Archdiocese of Melbourne.
Catholic secondary schools provide high-quality academic, social, physical and religious education for about 70,000 young people in the Archdiocese of Melbourne.
School Attendance – Every Day Counts
The project is to assist schools to understand better how their Catholic identity is expressed in work and practice and to support them in their future development.
An annual welcome letter from the Executive Director, Stephen Elder OAM, to parents at the start of the school year.
Education for Sustainability in the Archdiocese of Melbourne is a rich resource for schools and teachers. It addresses a range of topics related to sustainability and it serves as a key guide for reviewing and re-envisaging a school’s day-to-day operations and learning and teaching programs.
Catholic schools are committed to the continuous improvement of student learning outcomes.
The School Improvement Framework of Catholic Education Melbourne recognises the distinctive nature of Catholic schooling. It combines a structured approach to internal school improvement planning with a component of external assessment and accountability.
Boards play a significant role in the life of a school; supporting the principal and staff in their rewarding work for the spiritual and temporal welfare of students.
Celebrate the faith, fun and achievements in Catholic Education across our primary and secondary schools.
Research conducted in schools is undertaken on the basis that the findings may assist to improve student outcomes and effectiveness.
Applied Learning School and Student of the Year
Back to school for Bishop Mark
An education community in Frankston
Unique school marks milestone
United in faith
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