St Saviour's College
St Saviour's College is a Catholic day and boarding school for young women in Years 8 to 12. Located centrally within Toowoomba City, SSC offers students a comprehensive curriculum with a commitment to caring and quality relationships.
Established in 1873, our community remembers and esteems the traditions of the Sisters of Mercy and the work of their founder, Catherine McAuley, whose vision was to teach girls their value and worth.
At St Saviour's College, McAuley House is a unique girls' boarding school, with all our facilities under one roof. Today McAuley House can accommodate 75 boarders and caters for young women from Year 8 to Year 12. We are able to offer our girls personalised attention. Newly renovated boarding facilities provide comfortable living accommodation, with two girls to an area.
The girls are able to study in their own living area.
Our young women reside in an enthusiastic, creative and happy community and have an opportunity for participation and involvement in all aspects of College life.
St Saviour's College is a Catholic Secondary day and boarding college for girls in the Mercy tradition. As a Catholic college we are committed to establishing a community which is energised by our faith and Mercy Heritage. St Saviour's aims to be a place where Gospel values are lived and where the Mercy values of Compassion, Justice, Hospitality and Justice are lived out.
St Saviour's College Toowoomba is a Catholic day and residential College for young women, administered by the Toowoomba Catholic Education Office, offering residential care for Years 8-12 girls from both Australia and overseas. St Saviour's College was established by the Sisters of Mercy in 1873.