New South Wales, Australia
About Carroll College
Carroll College is a mixed, non-selective, Roman Catholic, independent secondary school in New South Wales, serving students from the age of 11-18. The secondary school is situated in Broulee.
Carroll College was founded in 1995. The school works closely with the following schools: St Bernard’s Primary school, Batemans Bay and St Mary’s Primary school, Moruya, to provide a K-12 pathway for Catholic Education on the South Coast. The school is a welcoming Catholic community and values open, trusting relationships between staff and students. Its patron is Archbishop Francis Carroll.
The school has modern learning facilities and well-equipped classrooms with interactive whiteboards. There are also science laboratories, sports courts, a library, computer suites and expansive outside playing fields.
Carroll College offers a Catholic education aimed to inspire students to reach their full potential and prepares them for the future as lifelong learners. Dedicated teaching staff work to personalise the syllabus to accommodate individuals learning requirements, while a Learning Centre provides specialist support for SEN pupils, which includes in-class support, group work and target classes. A wide range of extra-curricular activities are offered for students to get involved in outside of the classroom, ranging from sports clubs to drama class.
Carroll College works to provide a Catholic-based education to students in a caring and inspiring environment where they feel valued and accepted for who they are. Pupils are nurtured as life-long learners and encouraged to explore and develop their Christian faith and relationship with God.