Leaders in Learning Excellence

With COVIDSafe measures in place, Caroline Chisholm Catholic College is excited to welcome back the community and prospective families to its 2021 Open Day, to be held Sunday, 23 May.

Taking a peek behind the front doors, families will step into a world of opportunities open to students across its three campuses. Learning Areas will be on display with dedicated and enthusiastic staff ready to answer questions and demonstrate their expertise. Attendees will be able to take part in a range of activities from science experiments to cooking demonstrations. The Performing Arts department of the College is welcoming back live performance with Footloose as the musical for 2021.

Open Day will allow visitors to see the exceptional talent at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, and the range of subject areas available to students. “We want prospective families to come and discover, meet, experience and explore the college, and learn what makes us a leader in learning excellence”, says Principal Robert Brennan.

A Holistic Approach

The infrastructure of Caroline Chisholm Catholic College is designed specifically for the holistic development of its students and provides modern and flexible facilities. The new science wing at the Christ the King campus was completed and ready for the 2021 school year. The modern wing includes two new science labs, along with flexible indoor and outdoor learning areas. The Science Wing was designed by award-winning Melbourne based architects Branch Studios and incorporates the life cycle of cells in its design.

The college also has a new performing and visual arts building, St Madeleines Arts Centre, which houses music, drama, dance, and other subjects. Students at each of the three campuses have access to modern and well-equipped libraries, with a range of break out spaces for use by students in and out of class. With a vision to continually improve and keep up to date, the college offers modern classrooms with access to data projectors, as well as a number of specialised classrooms for art and technology subjects.

The senior students of Sacred Heart have access to a Senior Study Centre, which offers a space dedicated to the study needs of the senior students. It includes a kitchenette and outdoor garden, giving them an area to enjoy their food, take a brain break, and offer them a rewarding and dedicated area, promoting their independence and freedom to go along with their responsibilities as senior members of the college.

To find out more of what Caroline Chisholm Catholic College has to offer, visit www.cccc.vic.edu.au and come along to the Open Day.


Caroline Chisholm Catholic College originated from three schools: Christ the King College, St John’s College and Chisholm College. They were […]

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