2025 Scholarships, Bursaries & Specialist Opportunities Now Open

Bunbury Catholic College
Rodsted Street
Bunbury WA 6230

(08) 9721 0000admin@bccwa.wa.edu.au

Welcome to Bunbury Catholic College

2025 Scholarships, Bursaries & Specialist Opportunities

Bunbury Catholic College empowers students to achieve their personal best in a Catholic coeducational secondary school learning environment.

We are delighted to offer a range of Scholarships, Bursaries & Specialist Program opportunities for Year 7 to Year 11      in 2025. These are available to both enrolled students and students not currently enrolled who would appreciate the opportunity to study at our College.

Applications for Scholarships, Bursaries & Specialist Programs

Year 7 2026 Parent Information Evening

Bunbury Catholic College empowers students to achieve their personal best in a Catholic coeducational secondary school learning environment.

Join us for the Parent Information Evening in the College Hall from 5.30pm – 6.30pm on Wednesday July 24.

A light supper will be served.

To reserve your place, please register for the Parent Information Evening.

2024 South West Career Expo

Wednesday 8 May 2024
10:30am – 4:00pm
Designed to provide students and the South West community with plenty of solutions to career and further education questions, the South West Careers Expo brings it all into one convenient location.

For further information visit 2024 SW Careers Expo

Enrolments for Year 7 in 2026 are open

Due to significant demand, we strongly encourage current and future families interested in joining Bunbury Catholic College to apply now to be considered for Year 7 2026.

For further information please contact our Registrar Geraldine Bowman on 9721 0019 or visit Enrolments – Bunbury Catholic College to enrol now.

Interviews for Year 7 2026 will commence in Term 3 2024.

New BCC Logo for 2024

The launch of the new Bunbury Catholic College Crest took place on Feast Day—August 24 2023.

This crest is the result of an extensive process of design and ideas from staff, the Student Leadership Council and the College Advisory Council.

  • The Red M symbolises our commitment to the Marist charism. Red is one of the colours traditionally associated with Mary, especially Eastern iconography, and is often seen in the colour of her veil or cloak. The colour red is associated with love, humanity, witness, and the divinity of God.
  • The green in the base symbolises the Irish Mercy Sisters foundational role in our school’s journey. The Mercy Sisters established the first Catholic school in Bunbury in 1883, and Bunbury Catholic College was established in 1973 following the amalgamation of St Joseph’s Secondary School for Girls with St Francis Xavier College for boys which was established by the Marist Brothers in 1954. Green is a symbol of the earth, fertility, humanity, hope and life, and a reminder of the mission of the Church in the world.
  • The gold cross symbolises Jesus as being central to the faith of our school and our challenge to live according to the Gospel. The colour also symbolises hope, love, joy and the Glory of God.

Bunbury Catholic College acknowledges the traditional owners of the land on which the College is located, the Wardandi people of the Noongar Nation.

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