We鈥檙e constantly upgrading and improving our school鈥檚 facilities, from traditional classrooms to collaborative areas and quiet study zones.

O’Hagan Centre

A hands on centre of learning


With $2 million worth of industry standard equipment 鈥 including welding bays, hair washing stations and soldering irons that build circuit boards for VEX robots 鈥 the O鈥橦agan Centre feels and looks like a real workplace. This is where practical ingenuity is taken to new heights.


This space supports 鈥

  • Wood Work
  • Metal Work
  • Systems Engineering
  • Building & Construction
  • Hair & Beauty

Aquinas Centre

Learning through collaboration and independence.


From the ability to blackout rooms for science experiments, through to students expanding on their science formulas via our whiteboard walls, the Aquinas Centre is a state-of-the-art STEM facility. At appropriate times during class, students have the option to complete work in the common area or break out into a fully glassed study room.


This space supports 鈥

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Psychology
  • Physics
  • Science of sport

Mercy Centre

A place just for final year students


The Mercy Centre is a purpose-built space for our Year 12 students to support them in their transition from secondary to tertiary education. Students enjoy a modern common room with views looking out to Huon Hill, and everything they need to make the most of this vital year.


  • a fully equipped kitchen
  • quiet and collaborative study spaces
  • lecture space
  • outdoor courtyard
  • careers advisor

Catherine McAuley Arts Centre


The arts precinct of our school.


Our arts centre not only gives students the ability to learn and create;
it also gives them a professional space to exhibit and perform. Here students are immersed in specialist rooms for drawing, painting, ceramics, animation, graphic design, filmmaking, photography, drama, hospitality and more. The Catherine McAuley Arts Centre also hosts many of our school鈥檚 important celebrations and events, production and assemblies.


This space supports 鈥

  • Media
  • Visual Communication & Design
  • Visual Arts
  • Drama
  • Food technology


For sport, games and active learning.


We maintain a range of green spaces and sporting facilities to help our students develop a sense of community and social connectedness, motor skills, movement competence and positive emotional health. We are located within Wodonga鈥檚 sporting hub which also gives students regular access to the regions鈥 finest facilities.


  • Synthetic multipurpose courts with basketball and netball rings, soccer nets and a long jump track
  • Grass sports oval
  • Wodonga Hockey Centre (offsite)
  • Wodonga Sports and Leisure Centre (offsite)
  • Regional Cricket Hub (offsite)
  • Border BMX club (offsite)
  • Birralee Park Pump Track (offsite)