Mercy Catholic College Chatswood is part of the Catholic Schools Broken Bay system. It is built on the rich tradition of the Sisters of Mercy. We are an inclusive community that offers girls from Year 7 – 12 an authentic, professional Catholic education, delivered with care and compassion.

Located in the heart of Chatswood the College is a short walk to Chatswood Interchange where there are connecting buses, trains and the Metro.

The College is committed to creating a safe and supportive learning environment for students, staff and families. We have integrated and structured Pastoral Care and Wellbeing programmes overseen by specialised staff who all work closely with students and families to support learning and flourishing.

Research shows that girls in an all-girls’ learning environment thrive! Learn more here

Student needs are diverse, therefore curriculum and pedagogy is dynamic and responsive to accommodate different learning styles.

A comprehensive range of electives is offered in addition to mandatory studies from Year 7, leading to the award of the Higher School Certificate credential in Year 12.

Outstanding results in the 2023 HSC ranked 7th systemic Catholic Girls School in the state of NSW.

The College enjoys modern facilities and state of the art technology in classrooms. Tour our recently renovated Technology and Applied Studies Lab designed to cater for 21st century learning.

Interested in the development of the whole person, we offer opportunities for students to participate in over 30 programs including a variety of Sports, Creative Arts and special interest clubs.

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  1. Maureen Knox
    Maureen Knox

    Mercy Catholic College in Chatswood is an excellent school that has good pastoral care and supports girls in their learning, sporting and co-curricular activities. There are a lot of programs for girls to get involved in and to help them achieve the most from their education.

    3 May 2021 at 11:20 am
  2. Catherine

    My daughter is in year 8 at Mercy Catholic College and I am so pleased that we chose to send her there. The staff not only care about the girls’ academic outcomes, but they also make a lot of effort to care for and support their wellbeing. My daughter’s head of year is excellent. He genuinely cares about the outcomes for all the girls and he really sees the benefit of a building a positive home/school relationship. There are many other teachers I could credit also. I have heard many parents say that when they visited Mercy Catholic College, the manner and behaviour of the girls really attracted them to the school and I have to agree with this.

    16 November 2016 at 12:16 pm
  3. Phillipa Sobb
    Phillipa Sobb

    Mercy Catholic College is a positive and caring environment for girls to learn, make friends and grow. Girls are supported in their educational goals and the wide variety of extra activities they can be involved in creates a wonderful community. The regular social justice activities available and the commitment to the Catholic faith ensures the girls graduate with a strong sense of purpose and a commitment to look after those less fortunate than themselves.

    16 November 2016 at 12:12 pm

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