Our Vision is to provide a contemporary Mercy education that empowers young women to lead with courage and act justly, making a difference in whatever sphere of life they choose to move, in the spirit of Catherine McAuley.
A Mercy Education
develops faith in Jesus Christ which finds expression in reaching out with compassion to welcome the ‘stranger’, the marginalised, and those in need;
provides innovative learning and teaching that is contemporary, dynamic and challenging;
is committed to a deeper engagement with the mission of the Catholic Church through liturgical celebration, prayer, reflection and opportunities for formation, leadership and involvement in ministry through practical works of mercy;
is committed to excellence and enables every student to achieve her potential by developing her unique gifts and talents;
is empowering, equipping young women to be critical, creative and reflective thinkers;
occurs in a caring and supportive environment where human dignity is valued and respected;
empowers young women through involvement in Mercy action projects to lead with courage, freedom and responsibility making a significant and positive difference; and
encourages young women to live their lives in respectful relationship with all of creation and with responsible commitment to care for the earth.