On Friday, 9 November 2018, Caroline Chisholm Catholic College in Victoria invites students from the graduating years of 1978, 1988, 1998 and 2008 to return to their former school for a night of reflection and reminiscing about the good old days.
Over the years, Caroline Chisholm Catholic College has produced alumni that have done many great things – AFL players to doctors, celebrity chefs, pilots, lawyers, and a former student who was recently appointed to the Magistrates Court of Victoria.
Returning to their former stomping ground is a treat for many and a chance to see the amazing transformation the College has made over the past six years.
With a large student body of 1500 students, Caroline Chisholm Catholic College ensures its students are prepared for the future. This includes providing state-of-the-art science labs, 3D printing, wireless IT infrastructure and well-resourced libraries and online platforms.
Caroline Chisholm Catholic College was founded in 1997, when three schools – with roots stretching back more than 50 years – merged.
Since 1965 more than 100,000 students have graduated from Caroline Chisholm Catholic College. Many of these students attended the three former schools of Christ the King, St John’s and Chisholm College.
Former staff and students are invited to celebrate its history and contribute to the future of Caroline Chisholm Catholic College.