The Academy of Mary Immaculate
The College is one of a number of secondary Colleges in Victoria owned and administered by the Sisters of Mercy. The Academy of Mary Immaculate is the oldest girls' secondary school in Victoria. From 1857 until the present day, the Academy has existed on its original site in Nicholson Street, Fitzroy. Mother Ursula Frayne founded the College in 1857 and is buried on the site.
Vision Mission and Values
To be a premier learning community recognised for developing young women of integrity and purpose who are empowered by the values of Mercy, creativity, and social justice in pursuit of academic and personal success.
We aspire to be valued as an authentic and inclusive community faithful to the teachings of Jesus, the mission of the Catholic Church, and the spiritual tradition of the Sisters of Mercy.
A Girls' Education
We see our students as young women who will make a difference in a world that desperately needs honest, strong, and compassionate leaders. This is why what we offer is a girls’ education not just about preparing students for the future, but also about giving them the skills, confidence, and heart to shape the future.