"A complex of schools providing a first class Catholic education in a caring, disciplined environment"
St Joseph's Regional College, MacKillop College, and Newman Senior Technical College support the mission and vision of St Agnes' Parish by:
1969 - The first Year 7-10 school, St Joseph's Regional High School was opened in Warlters Street, run by the Sisters of St Joseph.
1979 - St Joseph's Vocational College was started – offering an alternative Year 11 and 12 curriculum for students wishing to go from school to employment.
It moved to its Hay Street site in 1980.
1988 - MacKillop Senior College opened offering a traditional HSC curriculum for students.
1993 - The Marian Hospitality Centre opened and the VOCOL Skills Centre Workshops upgraded in Acacia Avenue.
1995 - St Paul's High School opened.
2003 - MacKillop Senior College MPC and extensions opened.
2006 - St Joseph's Vocational College becomes the Australian Technical College.
2007 - The Australian Technical College is re-built in Boundary Street.
2009 - The Australian Technical College becomes Newman Senior Technical College.
2009 - Relocation of St Joseph's Regional College to College St, completing Stage 1-3.
2010 - Stage 6 is added to St Joseph's Regional College.
2015 - St Paul's High School and MacKillop Senior College amalgamate to become MacKillop College.