Past students are encouraged to remain in contact with the College and are always welcome to visit. We are always interested in information with respect to careers, marriages, travel, family, sporting and other achievements. Items of interest will be placed in the College newsletter from time to time.
The Mercy College Alumni Reunion will be held annually on the third Sunday in October.
Please contact the College to arrange a tour or for further information by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
From the Alumni President, Diane Psaila:
‘Hurra for foundations, makes the old young and the young merry’ (Jan 4 1841)
- Catherine McAuley
There is nothing like maintaining or rekindling old school friendships. Mercy College; the foundation of our secondary education and the beginnings of lifelong friendships.
Let's build on opportunities to expand our network! We are Mercy.
If you wish to contact Diane, please email AlumniPresident@mercycoburg.catholic.edu.au
Our Mercy Magazine
On behalf of the Mercy College Alumni, Mercy is proud to introduce:
An Alumni magazine that has captured the essence and growth of the foundation in a timeline. The significance of connection, encouragement, challenge and the strive for success is evident in the Alumni we have had the pleasure of featuring in this issue. Their stories are unique however they resonate with us on so many levels and encourage our best efforts no matter what our age.
Our Mercy Alumni Magazine, a journey in the making. Representing a proud foundation connecting Mercy generations.
Diane Psalia, Alumni President and Lila McInerney, College Principal.
Where are they now?
Have you ever wondered what life could hold for you after Mercy? Are you interested in where your peers are now?
Below are stories from just some of our alumni;