A world class education with an international focus.

Our community spirit and focus on the individual needs of each child prepares 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 delivering the programme at all three levels.

Our IB Programme

$25 million High Performance Arts and Sports Precinct

Work is underway on our new build.

The construction area is fully fenced, with access to our campus temporarily changed.

  • Pedestrian access only via Carrick Hill Drive/Fullarton Road entrance.
  • Kiss-and-Drop is available each Monday to Friday morning only, for Reception to Year 3 families (and their siblings).
  • On site parking is reduced, with some of our team, and all students who drive, parking nearby and walking to our campus.


High Performance Arts and Sports Precinct | Opening early 2024

Latest News and Social Media

23 Nov 2022

Meet our Interim Deputy Principal

From Term 1 next year, Narelle Sandercock is joining Mercedes College as our Interim Deputy Principal for Semester 1.

21 Oct 2022

Mercedes College touches down in Vietnam

Plus international recognition for our International Student Programme

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.

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.