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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 1054 pupils on roll, 150 of whom are in the sixth form.

Latest News From Our School


Free School Meals Over Half Term

Mayor Joe Anderson has agreed that Liverpool City Council will fund a £10 FSM voucher for those pupils eligible through the financial benefits FSM.

Environmental Campaigner Spearheads Poster Campaign

Year 7 student Alicia has engaged with authorities to spearhead an awareness campaign of the safe and responsible disposal of masks.

Remote Learning Superstar!

While all of our students who have had to self isolate are doing their best, Isobel in 7 Therese has earned a certificate for going the extra mile!

COVID-19 foreign holidays and returning pupils to Liverpool

Please click the photo to read information from Liverpool City Council about holidaying overseas.

A Message from Mersyside Fire and Rescue Service

Merseyside Fire and Rescue service know better than anyone that young people may be feeling unfairly cooped up, but the right choices on Bonfire Night are vital.

Masterclasses in choosing University

The University of Winchester is offering online masterclasses designed to support students’ decision making as they consider university.

Pupil Safety and Dark Nights

Road traffic collisions increase by 20% in the fortnight after the time change from 'British Summer Time' to GMT.

The Girls' Network

Since January 2020, a group of Year 10 (now Year 11) students were selected to take part in The Girls' Network.

Year 7 Students Get Protected

We’d like to offer our thanks to the Schools’ Immunisation Team from NHS Mersey Care who have administered flu vaccines to our Year 7 students.

Congratulations to our Newest Brilliant Club Graduates!

This week we celebrated the graduation of our students who have successfully completed their Brilliant Club Scholars' Programme with outstanding results.

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