The College opened the VCAL Hub on Davisson Street Campus on Friday 16 September, 2011. This purpose-built facility was blest by Father Brian McMahon and declared open by the Mayor of Whittlesea, Councillor Rex Griffin.
In 2012 the College activated its long-awaited Information Technology Strategic Plan and accordingly was accepted as a CISCO Exemplar School. This maintained the College’s reputation as a leading school in ICT and as a School of Educational Enterprise.
In 2013 the College opened a Music Performance Centre on the Dalton Road Campus along Dorothea Tallon Way and throughout the year works were undertaken to re-create the Pamela Coyne Library. The Library was rededicated on 9 May, 2014.
The third College Sculpture was unveiled in 2013 on the Dalton Road Campus when Futurum Australis was added to Monica Admirabilis (DRC) and Laudate Dominum (DSC).
The Golden Jubilee (1964 – 2014) of the College was marked by year-long celebrations throughout 2014. The College community embraced fifty years of Monican education with the acclaim “Thanks be to God”. The Apostolic Nuncio in Australia His Excellency Archbishop Paul Gallagher, celebrated the annual St Monica’s Day Mass.
In 2014 the College and Takada Junior and Senior High School in Japan celebrated twenty years as sister schools and their homestay relationship.
St Joseph’s Workshop, a Trade Skills Centre, was constructed and blest by Father Maurie Cooney and opened by Senator Michael Ronaldson on 18 November 2015 on the Davisson Street Campus. Enhancements were also made to the Davisson Street Campus Media facilities and the Fred Chamberlin Art Gallery in 2015. An ANZAC Memorial Sculpture, entitled On Flanders Fields, was funded by the Federal Government, and situated on the senior campus. It was blest by Father Maurie Cooney on 22 April 2016 and opened by Andrew Giles MP.
Project Forward, a major redevelopment and expansion program for the College, was launched on 13 April, 2015 under the patronage of St Monica. This project continued throughout 2016 and included conversion of existing facilities into Cooinda, a flexible learning space on Dalton Road Campus. The senior campus environment was enhanced by the creation of Davisson Park.
The inaugural indigenous immersion to Western Australia to collaborate with Good Samaritan Sisters was conducted through the College’s Values Education program.
An extensive refurbishment and enhancement of the Sister Julian Quaine sgs Library was blest and rededicated by Father Peter O’Rourke on Friday 9 June 2017.
The College’s central administration was transferred to Dalton Road, Epping with the construction of a new Augustine House. This double-storey building included the Patricia Thame sgs Board Room, Principal’s Office, College Reception, and office and meeting rooms. It was blest and opened by Father Maurie Cooney on 1 June 2018.
The building features a fourth College sculpture Sanctus Augustinus on its exterior and the Leopoldine Mimovich work, Heart to Heart, in the foyer. The College has successfully acquired a most impressive collection of Leopoldine Mimovich works across the decades.
In 2018 works commenced on a Teaching, Learning and Administration building on Davisson Street Campus and a new HORIZONS classroom precinct was constructed on Dalton Road Campus. It was blest and opened by Father Luciano Toldo on 27 August 2019.
The Sacred Heart Building on Davisson Street Campus was completed in 2019. It is a three level building and the Harmony Bridge connects it to the original building via the Fred Chamberlin Art Gallery. A fifth sculpture, Sophia, is mounted on the exterior front wall. It was officially blest and opened on 19 June 2020 and dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus by Father Luciano Toldo cs. The Sculpture Sacre Coure situated at its entrance.
Unexpectedly, 2020 proved to be a very difficult year due to the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. This resulted in an interrupted school year through school closure and remote and flexible learning. Works commenced on The Cooinda Plan building construction on Dalton Road Campus.
From the commencement of 2021, the College came under the governance of Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools (MACS). The College Regional, as a consequence, was replaced by the School Advisory Council.
Construction works continued throughout 2021 on both the Cooinda Building and the Science / STEM Centre. These buildings were constructed on the Dalton Road Campus. In 2021, The Beehive was extensively refurbished
In 2021 the College was proud that the Principal, Brian Hanley OAM, was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia on the Queens Birthday honour list of 2021 for secondary education.
The College paid tribute to three former Principals, Sister Therese Quinn sgs, Sister Mary Duffy sgs and Sr Patricia Thame sgs who entered eternal life in 2021.
The Mary Duffy sgs Esplanade was blest and opened by Father Peter O’Rourke PE on 2 June.