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

Merseyside Volunteer Cadet Scheme

The  Merseyside Volunteer Cadet Scheme is currently recruiting for their 2021 intake.

Photo Competition

As part of our work for Mental Health Week we're launching a nature themed photo competition!

Meaningful May!

Would you like to make your month of May more meaningful?

St. Julie – On the Move!

During this morning’s Friday LIVE @ 8:55 broadcast, Nina and Tiphaine carried our statue of St. Julie down to the Sports Hall where Y11 and Y13 Assessments are taking place.   

Green School of the Year!

St Julie's has been named 'Green School of the Year' at the Liverpool Echo's 2021 Environmental Awards!

Flock of Feelings Mural

We are inviting all students to take part in our Flock of Feelings mural which enhance the wellbeing space by Dr Adams-White's office.

International Dance Day

Today St Julie's celebrates all of our amazing dancers in International Dance Day 2021!

YPAS Autism Information Coffee Morning

The Young Persons' Advisory Service are running a virtual coffee morning for Autism Information on 5th May.

Year 10 Aim To Pasta Test!

Catering students in Year 10 have been honing their pasta skills in preparation for their forthcoming practical exam.


Archbishop Malcolm has written a letter for parents of students in Year 8 who might be considering being confirmed. You can access the letter here.  

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