Our Lady of Mercy College Parramatta celebrated its 125-year anniversary last week with a civic event at town hall.
OLMC Parramatta Principal Stephen Walsh said the reception was a highlight of this significant year for the college.
“I would like to thank all who supported the college by joining us for this very special occasion, a celebration of 125 years of Mercy education at Our Lady of Mercy College Parramatta,” Mr Walsh said.
“The college today is a vibrant and dynamic community meeting the contemporary learning needs of more than 850 girls. It continues to be inspired by the legacy of the Mercy Sisters and the values and vision of Catherine McAuley, the founder of the Sisters of Mercy.”
Parramatta lord mayor John Chedid congratulated the Catholic girls’ school for its outstanding work in the education sector and in the community since 1889.
“Our Lady of Mercy College has long been an integral part of Parramatta and the civic event was a great opportunity to pay tribute to the school and all those who have been involved in its success including the Sisters of Mercy, principals, teachers and of course the students,” Cr Chedid said.
“Inspired by the vision of Catherine McAuley and the Mercy Sisters, the school has not just demonstrated a focus on high quality education, but also values of faith, compassion and leadership.”
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