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OLMC is a Junior high school for girls (Years 7 to 10). Built in
1961, its campus overlooks Burraneer Bay and the Royal National Park, and its
compact grounds retain the garden atmosphere of the original property. After
completing their School Certificate, the girls go on to complete their
secondary schooling at De La Salle Senior School in Cronulla. OLMC seeks to
maintain a happy, effective learning environment, with courses and policies
tailored to assist the spiritual, social, intellectual, physical, and emotional
development of each student.

Facilities: Contemporary learning environment including: Library,
multi-purpose games area, swimming pool, specialist rooms for visual arts,
technology, computers, music, science and textile and design, food technology,
and design and technology.

Electives Years 9 and 10: Drama, Commerce, Physical Activity &
Sport Studies, Information Software Technology, Food Technology, Indonesian,
Music, Visual Arts, Textiles Technology, French, Industrial Technology

Co-curricular activities: Basketball and netball are especially
popular in the school and there
is an emphasis placed on swimming. Other options include athletics, gymnastics,
aerobics, touch football, bowling, cross-country, softball, oztag, tennis,
hockey, cricket, soccer, debating, drama, public speaking, band, dance, choir,
creative dance, yoga, vocal ensemble, dance troupe and swing group.

The college is a member of the Shire Combined Catholic Colleges.

Welfare and personal development: An active student council helps
support a pastoral care system, which features significant parent involvement
in the school. Peer support, special education, gifted and talented extension,
literacy and numeracy intervention, careers and work experience, and the
College retreat in Year 10 further enhance this aspect of College life.

Religion Catholic
Type Catholic
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Girl
Years Year 7 - Year 10
Enrolment 450 students
02 9544******* 02 9544 1966
02 9544******* 02 9544 1328
Address 62–66 Dominic Street, Cronulla 2230
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