Emmanuel College is a Catholic, co-educational, secondary college in Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia. The College is situated on three campuses in Warrnambool, located at the end of the Great Ocean Road in Victoria’s Western District. In 2013 the 'Goold' campus completed construction, and a fourth campus began construction in late 2014. The College is co-sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy and the Congregation of Christian Brothers, Emmanuel has been educating students since 1872.GeographyEmmanuel College is located in Warrnambool, 250 kilometres west of Melbourne on the Southern Ocean. The Ardlie Street (McAuley) Campus is home to Year 7 to Year 10 students and is on approximately 20acre of land that incorporates Emmanuel’s Agricultural Skills Centre and the historic St Ann's Chapel. There is a senior campus in Canterbury Road which caters for Year 11 and 12 VCE Students. A third campus has completed construction along Hopetoun Road. In the future the building masterplan will see Years 10 to 12 situated in Ardlie Street, Years 7 and 8 in Hopetoun Road and Year 9 in Canterbury Road.HistoryThe Sisters of Mercy established St Ann’s Convent, A Day and Boarding School for Young Ladies in 1872, on the present site of the Ardlie Street Campus. St Joseph’s Christian Brothers' College opened in 1902 at Canterbury Road. The two schools amalgamated in 1991 to become Emmanuel College. Since then there has been much growth, bringing all the facilities and curriculum choices of a large school. During the growth period, the school states that it has worked hard to retain its small-school atmosphere.House systemEach house is named after a significant person in the college's history. Sporting competitions are held between them each year.