Upper School

Years 10 to 12

Year 10 students at St Mary's College have the opportunity to select from a range of courses of study traditionally only available to Year 11 and 12 students.

There are now clear indications that students in their senior years of schooling achieve better outcomes with a preparatory year in Year 10. As students complete Year 9 and move to Year 10 this is an important step in their secondary school education. This is a time that students must make important decisions about their future. At St Mary's College all Year 9 and Year 10 students will be interviewed regarding their course selection and counselled appropriately.

Students are encouraged to engage in the learning process and to make the most of each and every opportunity for success.

Year 10 Curriculum Handbook

Year 11 Curriculum Handbook

Year 12 Curriculum Handbook

ViSN Online Learning

A part of our College’s participation the in Catholic Education WA (CEWA) ‘Leading Lights’ initiative, we have two Year 11 students enrolled in the new online learning community entitled the Virtual School Network (ViSN). ViSN commenced delivery this year, to Catholic Colleges throughout WA with an initial eight Year 11 ATAR courses on offer. It has been a very positive start to the new online learning experience with our students having one ‘face to face’ Skype lesson each week with their online teacher and class mates as well as continual online support and communication available for the other 4 lessons throughout the week for their selected course. The ViSN teachers have reported highlights such as student collaboration across different schools, vibrant and robust Skype lessons, and valuable student feedback on course work. This informative power point will give you some information about this wonderful quality teaching and learning opportunity available for our students.

Project Compassion – 2018

We are grateful for the continued generosity of the St Mary's College Community, embracing the annual Lenten fundraising and awareness-raising appeal, Project Compassion, which brings together thousands of Australians in solidarity with the world's poor to help end poverty, promote justice and uphold dignity.

We would like to acknowledge the continued efforts of our entire St Mary’s College Community and give great thanks as we have an outstanding total amount raised of $6,605.33.

A large cheque was presented to Monsignor Paul at our Feast Day Mass to contribute to the sum from the Kimberly Region.

We are so proud of our students who embrace this project with their listening hearts and who are inspired to "be more" for less fortunate in our world.


A huge congratulations to our very own Miss Coby Rhatigan who has won the Parent and Friends Federation of WA Award of Excellence for Building a Positive Catholic School Conity! This award recognises Coby’s outstanding commitment to St Mary’s College and it’s community. So well deserved!