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 1078 pupils on roll, 174 of whom are in the sixth form.

Latest News From Our School

Year 12 Students Get a Taste of Oxford!

Prior to the Easter break Jemima and Amy visited Oxford University for a residential opportunity offered by Liverpool Aspire.

Former Student Included in Football Black List

Former WSL and England Football Player, Fern Whelan, has been honoured with recognition in the Football Blacklist, recognising influential industry figures from the black community.

Easter Services

On Maundy Thursday the school community joined over two services in the Sports Hall to reflect on the most important part of the Catholic calendar.

Dot Art - It's Voting Time!

Dot-Art Schools is an annual, online inter-school art competition and it's time to cast your vote to decide who the winners are going to be!

Liverpool Schoolgirls Reach The Final!

We've had fantastic news from the U12 Liverpool Schoolgirls football team, captained by Jessie in Year 7, have reached the national final.

St Julie’s Celebrates Awards Evening

We welcomed staff, parents and Governors to join together for an evening of celebration, recognising and rewarding the very best of our student community.

BTEC Performers Take To The Stage

Our Music Performers in Year 13 wowed audiences this week with their exam performance which drew on hits from across the decades.

Year 9 on Quadrat Quest

Scientists in Year 9 have been honing their fieldwork schools by investigating biodiversity within the school grounds.

Year 8 Celebrate Indian Culture

Textiles students in Year 8 have been exploring Indian Culture to develop motifs for their sewing and embriodery.

Neurodiversity Celebration Week

This week has seen the celebration of the skills and talents and neurodiverse people.

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