Spitfire Drive, Varroville 2565
Ph02 9603 3000
Fax 02 9820 3174
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Enrolment: Approximately 1000 students
Fees:As for Catholic systemic schools (Wollongong diocese)
Principal: Mr John Barrington
Mount Carmel, founded in 1986, sets itself the task of preparing the student of today to meet the demands of tomorrow’s world. The principal and staff are committed to Christian education, firmly based within the Catholic tradition. The school assists students to achieve human excellence in an environment of high standards and personal guidance.
Facilities: The modern buildings are set in spacious grounds in rural surroundings. The school is well equipped with a library and with good facilities in all specialist areas of the curriculum. The new Champagnat Centre incorporates a large chapel and large hall/gymnasium capable of holding 1500 people. The school is well-endowed with sporting facilities, with a main oval prominent on the campus.
Electives: Visual Arts, Commerce, Computers, Geography, History, Food Technology, Engineering Science, Society and Culture, General Studies, Italian, Science for Life, Economics, Legal Studies, Business Studies, Industrial Technology, Music, PD/Health/PE, Early Childhood Care, Computing Studies, Office Skills, Industry Studies (Hospitality), Metals Engineering, Drama.
Religious Education is compulsory in all Years and senior students may take the Religious Studies NSW Board course.
Sport: Athletics, basketball, cross-country, hockey, netball, rugby league, soccer, softball, swimming, touch football, volleyball, cricket.
Extracurricular activities: Dance, debating, drama, games, music, band, choir.
Welfare and personal development: Mt Carmel bases its education and welfare policies on Catholic principles. There are special-education facilities, gifted and talented programs and pastoral care policies for all students in the school. The P&F association is an active and vital part of the school community.