A world class education with an international focus.

Our community spirit and focus on the individual needs of each child prepares our students to flourish as they take their place in the world.

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International Baccalaureate

Mercedes College is South Australia's only Catholic school offering the IB Organisation curriculum from Reception to Year 12, and one of just a handful of schools delivering the programme at all three levels.

Our IB Programme

$25 million High Performance Arts and Sports Precinct

The build site is now fully fenced, temporarily changing access to Mercedes College this Term with:

  • On-site parking reduced, with about half of our staff, and all students who drive to school, parking off-site and walking into the campus.
  • Kiss-and-Drop is available in the mornings only, and restricted to Reception to Year 3 families (including siblings).
  • Carrick Hill Drive/Fullarton Road entrance wis temporarily pedestrian access only.

 

 

High Performance Arts and Sports Precinct | Opening early 2024


Latest News and Social Media

9 Sep 2022

Farewell to a valued member of the Mercedes College team

At the end of Term 4, Mercedes College will farewell much-loved Deputy Principal, Paul Wadsworth.

6 Sep 2022

Raising positive digital citizens

Teaching students their rights and responsibilities online across Junior, Middle, and Senior School.

5 Sep 2022

Coaching Opportunity | First XI Boys Cricket

The opportunity has come up to join our cricket community as Coach for the Mercedes College Boys' First XI team.

Term Dates for 2022

Term 1

2 Feb - 13 Apr

Term 2

3 May - 6 Jul

Term 3

25 Jul - 30 Sep

Term 4

17 Oct - 9 Dec

Term Dates for 2023

Term 1

1 Feb - 14 Apr

Term 2

2 May - 5 Jul

Term 3

24 Jul - 29 Sep

Term 4

16 Oct - 8 Dec


At Mercedes College we acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians and Traditional Custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.

Our campus is located on the traditional lands of the Kaurna people, and we respect their spiritual relationship with their country, and recognise that their cultural and heritage beliefs remain important to the living Kaurna people today.