Gilroy Catholic College is a co-educational Years 7 to 12 secondary school. Within a Catholic faith environment, our students learn how to be responsible global citizens. Using the latest technologies and leading educational research, we help students learn how to think creatively and critically, how to communicate and to work collaboratively.
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Gilroy Catholic College is a faith-filled learning community where every individual is nurtured to achieve. I am excited to lead our dynamic learning community and look forward to working with you to provide the best education for your child. More...
We warmly welcome new families to join our school community. Enquiries and enrolment applications for all grades are welcome any time of the year, although the main enrolment period is between March and May in the year before your child will start at our school.
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24 Mar 2023
✨✨ Student Spotlight ✨✨ Rebecca Cleary of Year 12 has been selected to represent Australia at World cheerleading in the USA in April. She is also going with her club, East Coast All Stars. Rebecca won a bid back in 2020 but due to covid the trip was cancelled. Rebecca has been working hard the last 10 years to achieve this goal. This will be the 19th year of the ICU World Cheerleading Championships Week, and this is the largest event for this Sport; welcoming over 100 nations from all continents. Congratulations to Rebecca on such an incredible achievement.
22 Mar 2023
Last week our year 11 and 12 Visual Arts students had the opportunity to visit both the New and Old Art Gallery's of NSW. They visited Art Express and were inspired by past year 12 works then moved over to the new gallery and were able to interact with an art installation.
21 Mar 2023
New teachers and leaders called to serve
Beginning teachers, new school principals and leaders gathered for a moving celebration at St Patrick’s Cathedral Parramatta as Bishop Vincent Long and Parish Priests blessed and welcomed Catholic Schools Parramatta Diocese staff to their new roles.
14 Mar 2023
✨✨ Student Spotlight ✨✨ Elisha Kumar won the Boxing NSW - King of The Ring Championship, held in Sydney from 9-11 March. Elisha, who is the current national champion defeated the ACT champion in the final! Congratulations Elisha!!
13 Mar 2023
✨✨Past student recognised for traineeship achievement✨✨ Past student, Darius Tukutama, was recognised at a special ceremony held at Ultimo TAFE and jointly hosted by TAFE NSW and School Infrastructure NSW (SINSW). The 1 March 2023 event marked the completion of a two-year NSW Government Infrastructure Traineeship program for over 70 trainees from the first cohort of 2021, including Darius. Find out about Infrastructure Traineeship program here https://education.nsw.gov.au/public-schools/career-and-study-pathways/infrastructure-traineeships
10 Mar 2023
✨✨Student Spotlight ✨✨ On Wednesday the 8th March Sienna Hansen of Year 12 had the honour of attending the International Women's Day event for her Local Government Area. She was nominated for International Women's Day Young Female of the Year for her LGA. Although she did not receive the award, we are extremely proud and honoured for her nomination. Sienna was nominated for this award as she applied for the position on the Council for Youth Ambassador for 16 to 24 year olds two years ago and although she was very young, she interviewed and was given the position. In her first year in that role, she was involved in organising activities for 13 to 18 year olds, such as Halloween nights, Disco's and looking after young people's Mental Health. The following year she applied again and was granted the position once again. Sienna highlights that the importance of this day for her was the recognition of the difference between equity and equality. It's the importance of acknowledging that equity means that we don't all start from the same place, but to recognise the imbalances that we need to provide for people who are less fortunate than us. Congratulations Sienna on this incredible achievement!
10 Mar 2023
** Catholic Schools Week ** "Our teachers make the difference" Our Gilroy teachers out and about at year 7 camp this week. #teamgilroy #bettertogether #catholicschools #catholicschoolsweek2023 #teachersmakeadifference #catholicschoolsparra
09 Mar 2023
** Catholic Schools Week ** "Our Teachers make the difference" Our teachers out and about on various extra-curricular activities. #teamgilroy #bettertogether #extracurricularactivities #cathschoolsparra
08 Mar 2023
✨Happening Now!!✨ Year 7s are currently on their very first camp at Gilroy! Take a look at all the fun and exciting activities they're getting up to! #bettertogether #teamgilroy #funinthesun #cathschoolsparra #yr7camp
08 Mar 2023
** Catholic Schools Week ** "Our teachers make the difference" Gilroy faith in action! Our teachers volunteering their time to help our students grow in their faith in our iLive and DARE youth groups. And of course, our dedicated study coaches working tirelessly with years 11 and 12 students. #teamgilroy #bettertogether #catholicschools #catholicschoolsweek2023 #teachersmakeadifference #catholicschoolsparra
07 Mar 2023
** Catholic Schools Week ** "Our teachers make the difference" Gilroy Library in action, teachers supervising students at lunch and our leadership team! #teamgilroy #bettertogether #catholicschools #catholicschoolsweek2023 #teachersmakeadifference
As part of our commitment to keeping students safe, all volunteers and contractors are required to complete the building child safe communities undertaking form and child protection training module.
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Compass is our primary parent communication tool for day-to-day updates, upcoming events, and important notifications so it is essential that all parents download the app.
Students are required to wear their full uniform, especially when representing the school at sport or for any other purpose. Learn about our Uniform Shop and online ordering option.
The College operates a BYOLT or Bring Your Own Learning Technology program. Years 7 to 9 are required to bring an iPad as their learning device, Years 10 to 12 an Apple notebook.