Mount Carmel is a Diocesan Catholic School. Many of our students come from the Catholic primary schools in the Catholic North Western Community (CNWC) or from local government primary schools.
There are many students in the College who are of other Christian and Non-Christian faiths and enrolment applications are welcome from all members of the community.
Students may apply to enrol at the College from Years 7 - 12, with Year 7 students commencing in 2019.
For the latest information on the availability of places at Mount Carmel College, please contact the Registrar on (08) 8447 0500.
Due to the competitive nature of enrolments, parents should contact the Registrar to obtain application forms as early as possible, preferably 2 years before the starting date for the student if possible.
The Registrar can be contacted on (08) 8447 0500.
Pastoral Care is a top priority at Mount Carmel College. The College is divided into Middle Years (Years 7, 8 and 9), and Senior Years (Years 10-12), with each Year Level having a Coordinator that oversees both the academic and social/emotional needs of all students.
Additionally the College resources a broad spectrum of staff who work to support students to meet their day to day needs. These staff include a male and female Counsellor, a Learning Enhancement Coordinator and Education Support Officers that assist students in the classroom when required.
All summer, winter and PE uniform items, school bags and accessories can be purchased from Hambours in store or online.
MCC online Uniform Shop:
A 5% discount applies to all orders purchased online only – Discount Code MCCHAMX5.
The College resources release time for a teacher to work to ensure the extension of students beyond the classroom.
Gifted and Talented Education, commonly referred to as GATE, gives all students the opportunity to express their abilities through the provision of high quality teaching and challenging curriculum and Curriculum Extension Activities.
Language is a compulsory subject taken at Years 7 and 8 and students are able to choose from Italian or Japanese.
Many students continue their language studies right through to the conclusion of Year 12.
A strong sporting culture exists in the College with students having many opportunities to participate in knockout, carnival and weekly after-school sporting programs through the Western Zone region.
Weekly sport takes place on Wednesday afternoons throughout the year.
Music is an integral part of the curriculum in all year levels and students have the opportunity to participate in bands, drum groups, instrumental groups and vocal groups coordinated by our talented music staff.
Individual tuition in a wide range of instruments and voice is also available through the school.
A highlight on the Performing Arts calendar is the biennial College Musical involving students from across all year levels.