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Welcome to St Michael's Baulkham Hills

St Michael’s is a Catholic co-educational primary school (K-6) established in 1971 by the Sisters of Mercy. Since then it has flourished to become one of the largest systemic schools in the Parramatta diocese with over 800 students and 55 staff.

St Michael’s has close ties with its local Catholic secondary school, Gilroy College and through this positive working relationship we have been able to develop a transition program that best suits the ongoing needs of our students from K-12. We aim to send our students onto their secondary education as mature and socially-responsible young people.

The school is located in Baulkham Hills, the heart of the Hills district and offers students a positive learning environment in an appealing setting. The students and staff take pride in their surrounds and everyone has a responsibility to take care of them.

Above all, St Michael’s is a part of the Catholic faith community and seeks to help students reach personal fulfilment in a Christian and co-operative learning environment.

 
   
  
 
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  • Terra Sancta College renamed to honour St John Paul II

    18/6/2014
    To commemorate the Canonisation of Pope John Paul II and his connection to the Diocese of Parramatta, Bishop Anthony Fisher OP, has announced that Terra Sancta College will be renamed St John Paul II Catholic College, Nirimba and Schofields from the commencement of Term 3 this year.
  • RE Review: Faith in the future of Catholic schooling

    13/6/2014
    The findings and recommendations of the Review of Religious Education for Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta were presented to a forum of over 200 parish priests, principals and Religious Education coordinators on 5 June at Rosehill Gardens.
  • Federal Budget 2014-15 No certainty on funding or direction

    14/5/2014
    The Federal Government’s priority to cut the budget deficit will significantly reduce school funding in real terms and create greater uncertainty for schools says Executive Director of Schools, Greg Whitby
  • Executive Director calls for collaboration in proposed Enterprise Agreement

    8/5/2014
    A report in a Sydney newspaper saying Catholic school teachers are considering strike action over a proposed Enterprise Agreement from Catholic employers is premature and does not do justice to the consultation process says Executive Director of Schools, Greg Whitby.
 
   
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