Welcome to St. Julie's Catholic High School

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St Julie’s Catholic High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, governors, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment

St. Julie's Catholic High School is a Notre Dame school and its aim is to put into practice the principles of the school's patron saint St Julie Billiart, the foundress of the Sisters of Notre Dame.

We are a school where academic excellence is standard and the focus is on the development of the whole child such that we grow confident, independent young women and men and strong partnerships between home and school.

St Julie’s is a large voluntary aided Roman Catholic secondary school, predominantly for girls with boys admitted into sixth form. There are 1015 pupils on roll, 168 of whom are in the sixth form.

Latest News From Our School

Music Students Investigate Musical DNA

Today Year 9 and 10 GCSE Music students  spent the afternoon exploring the history of British music.

Year 7 Get Spooky

Year 7 have created some outstanding homework for their Darkwood Manor project in Performing Arts.

Actor Michael Southern Leads Year 9

Year 9 GCSE Drama students have been able to enjoy a 'Blood Brothers' acting workshop with a West End actor.

Year 11 Choreographers Test Their Talents

Today Year 11 GCSE Dance students completed their choreography practical assessments.

Remembering Sister Dorothy

14 years on, we remember Sr Dorothy Stang SND.

Year of Celebrations Gets Underway!

On Friday, 8th February, 37 pilgrims from St. Julie’s headed off over the Snake Pass to join Notre Dame School in Sheffield for their centenary celebrations.

GCSE Dance Showcase

This evening the wonderful GCSE dancers performed this evening in a showcase of their choreographies.

Sixth Form Student in Guest Festival Slot

Congratulations to Amber Wheeler who was asked to perform as a guest artist during this years Now Festival.

Performers Triumph at Now Festival

This week has been action packed for our Now Festival performers promoting their messages of mental health.

Performing Arts Students Bring In The New Year

On Friday some of our year 7, 8 and 9 Performing Arts students went to the Liverpool Playhouse to perform an original script and performance of Mulan.

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