Our school community is made up of town and rural families, from both Victoria and New South Wales. Over the years, the School has witnessed generations within families being taught at OLSH. Our current School enrolment is approximately 150 students and our School is being led by Mrs Narelle Gallagher.
Our School crest has three main parts that tell part of our school story:
THE NAME: The School’s full title is named after Mary (Mother of Jesus), OLSH and is the Catholic school of the Merbein Parish.
THE VINE AND CROSS: The vine leaves and grapes symbolise the link with our school and our community’s dependence on vines. “I am the Vine, you are the branches.” (John 15:5) THE MOTTO: “United We Educate.” This is the basis of all we do.