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Our multi-charism education ministries are located in Brisbane, North Sydney, Parramatta, Townsville and Yeppoon.

A photo of a group of All Hallows' School students sitting around a table. The photo focuses on one student who has a big smile on her face.
All Hallows’ School

All Hallows’ School is a community energised by the charism of Catherine McAuley and the traditions and culture of its 160 plus year history. Established in 1861, All Hallows’ was the first girls’ school in Queensland and is the oldest secondary school in the State.

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Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College

Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College is an independent Catholic secondary day school for girlsFounded in 1875 by the Sisters of Mercy under the aegis of Mother Ignatius McQuoin, Monte has been educating and caring for young women for over 148 years and continues a tradition of excellence and innovation in Catholic education. 

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Two smiling students from Mount Alvernia sitting in the garden together.
Mount Alvernia College

Mount Alvernia College is a Catholic secondary school for girls. Founded in 1956, the college exists to educate young women in the Franciscan tradition, through the spirit of St Francis and the founder of the Missionary Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception, Elizabeth Hayes.  

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This is a photo of three students from Our Lady of Mercy College Parramatta. One student is looking directly at the camera with a big smile on her face. The other two students are talking to each other.
Our Lady of Mercy College Parramatta

Our Lady of Mercy College Parramatta is a Christ-centred learning community established by the Sisters of Mercy in 1889. Founded on the Gospel of Jesus Christ, faithful to its Mercy tradition, OLMC is a Catholic independent secondary girls’ school committed to excellence in education.

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Four students from St Patrick's College Townsville walking together through the school grounds.
St Patrick’s College Townsville

St Patrick’s College Townsville is a Catholic independent educational community in the Mercy tradition.  When the Sisters of Mercy arrived in Townsville in 1878, they recognised the importance of providing an education for young women that would enable them to assume their role in society with confidence and to be initiators of change within the spirit of the Mercy tradition. 

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A photo of three St Rita's College students in their school uniforms with hats.
St Rita’s College

St Rita’s College is a Catholic day school located in Clayfield in Brisbane’s inner-north.  St Rita’s was established by the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary in 1926 and is built on the traditional lands of the Turrbul and Jagera peoples.  The College recognises two patrons: Nano Nagle, the founder of the Presentation Order, and St Rita of Cascia, the Saint of Impossible Causes, after whom the College is named. 

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A photo of a group of St Ursula's College school students. One of the students is facing the camera and has a big smile on her face.
St Ursula’s College

St Ursula’s College, Yeppoon, is the only all Girls Catholic Boarding and Day Secondary School in Central Queensland.  Founded in 1918 by the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (PBVM), St Ursula’s offers an education for young women of the future based on gospel values and Nano Nagle’s vision, legacy, and charism.

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