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Principal’s Welcome

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to Mount Carmel College, a Catholic school for girls and young boys that has, since 1942 encouraged a love of learning. Our College inspires its students to flourish, to celebrate their many talents and to become young people of faith who will strive to make a difference in the world.       More →

Susan Ryan, Principal, Mount Carmel College

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Join Us at our Welcome Morning

At Mount Carmel College, we understand the importance of finding the right More →

School Stream

Over the last 18 months, Mount Carmel College has been conscious of the number More →

Mothers’ Day High Tea

Thursday 5th May 2016 : 2.00pm - 3.00pm : Cahill Centre In acknowledgement of More →

Uniform Shop Relocation

With building works commencing at the school, the Uniform Shop has been More →

Uniform Changeover

Students are reminded that the start of Term Two, Tuesday 26 April, marks the More →

Latest News

Music Students on Tour

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA On Thursday 31 March and Friday 1 April, our Year 9/10 Elective Music classes travelled to More →

Autumn Concert

The annual Autumn Concert was held on Wednesday 23 March in the Cahill Centre. The concert is a celebration of the More →

Holy Week

Holy Week commenced with the infant classes’ re-enactment of Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem on Friday 18 More →

Mount Carmel challenges the minds of Tasmanian students

On Monday 21 March, Mount Carmel College was proud to host the inaugural Tasmanian da Vinci Decathlon for Year 7 More →

Success for our Swimmers

On Wednesday 16 March, we joined the 18 other independent schools from around the State at the Hobart Aquatic Centre to More →



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361 Sandy Bay Road,
Sandy Bay, Tasmania, 7005
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