School Board

The School Board is an advisory board to the Parish Priest and Principal. The Board meets twice in 1st and 4th Term and once in 2nd and 3rd Term.

The broad aims of a School Board are to:
• act as an advisory body to the parish priest and principal, on matters concerning education in the school and parish
• act as a forum for discussion on matters concerning education in the parish and parish school
• provide a link between the parish priest, principals, parents, teachers and parishioners in relation to the provision of Catholic education in the parish community
• promote community development by fostering strong relationships between parish and school.

The School Board is made up of the Parish Priest, Co-Ordinating Principal, School Principal, a staff representative and elected parents and parishioners. 

About St Catherine's

St Catherine's School opened in 1957 and was administered by the Sisters of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart. In 1984 the first lay principal was appointed. In 2017 the school is celebrating 60 years of providing Catholic Education in Moorabbin. The school is situated on spacious grounds in a quiet street off South Road.