Common Threads: 150 Years of Stories

Celebrating 150 years of catholic education on our site, you can now take home our new commemorative historical book Common Threads. Order your copy here.



Grow with us!

Emmanuel College is approaching an exciting phase in its history. In 2022 the College celebrates 150 years of continuous Catholic education serving the families of Warrnambool and the local region since 1872.

The College has embarked upon an exciting journey and in 2022 will transition year nine students into the new [email protected] Program. Students from years 10, 11 & 12 will come together on McAuley Campus and experience an integrated senior school experience with a new vertical homeroom and pastoral structure. The Year 7 & 8 students will move into their own environment within the Goold Centre designed as a school within a school supporting students’ transition from primary to secondary school. The addition of three new Science laboratories and the refurbishment of existing Science facilities will create an excellent environment in which to teach and learn. The Emmanuel College Vision is to build a dynamic learning community, bringing to life the gospel values of Faith, Hope and Love and continuing the Catholic tradition of Catherine McAuley and Edmund Rice.

In line with our Guiding Principles the College employs staff who are progressive, innovative and principled life-long learners who value the privilege of shaping the learning of young people.

Warrnambool: a great place to live and work

Warrnambool is Victoria’s fifth largest regional city with a population of 35,000. Located in South West Victoria, Warrnambool has road and rail access to Melbourne and is home to excellent health, education, government and commercial services as well as extensive sporting, cultural, artistic and lifestyle opportunities. It really is an ideal location for anyone seeking their own sea or green-change!

Positions Vacant

Individuals interested in applying for an advertised position are invited to complete and submit the online application form by following the links below.

General employment enquiries can be directed to Shirley Errey on 03 5560 0888 or [email protected]