About Chisholm Catholic College

Chisholm Catholic College was formed in 1989 as a result of the amalgamation of St Mark’s College, Bedford and St Thomas Aquinas College, Inglewood. The College was named after Caroline Chisholm, a Catholic social reformer and social justice advocate in colonial New South Wales. Caroline was significant in providing improved living and employment conditions and educational opportunities for migrant families.

Chisholm Catholic College opened with the motto “Grow in Christ”. During the years that have past, the College facilities have been continually upgraded, extended and expanded. The College now provides quality Catholic education for students in Year 7 to Year 12, located on the Beaufort Street site.