Monte Sant' Angelo Mercy College
An independent Catholic secondary day school for girls, Years 7 to 12, conveniently located in the heart of North Sydney, Australia.
COLLEGE FACILITIES - IMPORTANT UPDATE
As of Wednesday 13 February students will not be able to access the Main College Gate on Miller Street between 7.00am and 3.00pm, until further notice. All students will need to enter the College via gates on Angelo Lane, Berry Street or McLaren Street. Click here for College Access Map.
For safety reasons, students can not access the College via the Monte Loading Dock or the Staff Car Park due to the high traffic movement in those areas. Exiting the College after 3.00pm is permitted via the Main Gates and afternoon bus access is therefore not affected.
A new Sanitary Services provider has been appointed commencing Term 2.
Landscaping of the outdoor area between Catherine McAuley Place and the Languages and RE Cottage, No. 7 McLaren Street, has now been completed and is being enjoyed at recess and lunchtime.
Academic Results - Class of 2012
Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College congratulates the Class of 2012 for its outstanding academic results. Senior students at Monte have the opportunity to undertake either the NSW Higher School Certificate or the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. In 2012, 24 candidates undertook the IB Diploma and 155 students undertook the HSC.
Monte was placed 56th in the state, according to HSC Band 6 percentages. This ranking does not take into account the College's outstanding IB results.
Congratulations to Dominique Denniss, Jessica Elliott and Stella Graham who achieved perfect scores of 45 out of 45, which converts to the highest possible UAC ranking of 99.95.
The College also commends Monte's top placed HSC student, Sophie Sauerman, for achieving an ATAR of 99.8.
An impressive 42% of Monte students achieved an ATAR over 90. Furthermore, nine students were included in the Premier's All-round Achievement List (students who achieved Band 6 for a course, or in the case of extension courses, Band E4, in 10 or more units). Congratulations to: Kiah Daley, Lucy Fogarty, Briana Giraldi, Gena O'Brien, Caitlin Ratcliffe, Georgia Reid, Sophie Sauerman, Adriana Stefanatos and Erika Sullivan.
The class of 2012 was the first cohort where students completed the IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) in Years 7 to 10. The 2012 HSC and IB DP results reflect the strong holistic academic base provided by this programme. The exceptional results and the overall success of the cohort is testament to the hard work of teachers and students.
MERCY LINKS PROJECT
The Mercy Links Project is an ambitious, exciting project bringing Mercy to the streets of North Sydney.
The Project is a collection of 120 portraits of people linked to Monte and its Sister's of Mercy philosophy of empowering the poor and striving for social justice with a compassionate heart. Through "street-art", the aim is to raise awareness of Mercy in an educational context and to pass on the Mercy legacy.
Portraits were on street view around the College.