We are the only all-girls College in the Macarthur area.
St Patrick's College for Girls is a Catholic Secondary School for Girls in the Good Samaritan Tradition, which operates under the trusteeship of Good Samaritan Education.
St Patrick’s College for Girls is the only all-girls College in the Macarthur area. As a Catholic, independent school, we are a proud member of Good Samaritan Education. As an all-girls College, the learning experiences, opportunities and resources are structured so girls can grow into confident young women.
At St Patrick’s College for Girls, girls are free of the gender biases and limitations that can be present in the co-educational environment. They have access to a range of opportunities and experiences and are encouraged to participate based on their interest, skill and passion for the opportunities.
Join us for a Principal Tour of the College
We are inviting you to come and see first-hand, the outstanding educational experience we can offer your daughter at St Patrick's College for Girls.
Registrations are now open, and are essential.
"The Greatest Show"
Our Emerald Gala Ball was held on Saturday, 19 March 2022 to raise funds for the Scholarship Fund.
The night would not have been possible without the assistance of our partners;
EVENT PARTNER: Walker Corporation
GOLD PARTNER: Oran Park Town
SILVER PARTNERS: Campbelltown Catholic Club & Catholic Development Fund
BRONZE PARTNERS: Adco Trailers, Alleanza Architecture, Kelly + Partners, Macarthur Engineering, Macarthur United, Shamrock Printing & Wakeling Automotive
CORPORATE PARTNER: Showpiece Cleaning
WANT TO BE PART OF THE 2023 EVENT?
all donations of $2 or more are tax deductible
Opening Hours - April 2022 School Holidays
Bookings are no longer essential.
"We came to orientation and there were lots of different activities for the girls to try and things going on and we went up to the music rooms and there were drums and electric guitars and here were the girls rocking it out... The girls could do whatever they wanted to do!"
"Girls are encouraged to get involved in everything so that's really nice as a parent -- to see your daughters get so involved in traditionally male-dominated activities!"