|Our Lady of Mercy College|
|Type||Independent, day school|
(With Mary as our Leader)
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic (Sisters of Mercy)|
|Colour(s)||Blue & maroon|
|Affiliation||Girls Sport Victoria|
Our Lady of Mercy College (OLMC), is a Roman Catholic, secondary day school for girls, situated in Heidelberg, a north-eastern suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
The college is conducted by the Sisters of Mercy, a congregation of religious Sisters founded in Dublin, Ireland, by Catherine McAuley.
OLMC is a member of Girls Sport Victoria (GSV) and the Catholic All Schools Sports Association (CAS).
OLMC is split into four houses, Loreto, Carmel, Mercy and McAuley. These four houses compete in swimming, athletics, debating arts and maths competitions.
OLMC is a member of Girls Sport Victoria (GSV).
OLMC has won the following GSV premierships.
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