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16th May
NSW School Cup
MCC Public Speaking Night 7pm
NSW Netball Schools Cup

17th May
Round 2 Chess Cup

18th May
Year 12 P/T/S Conference
Solid State Circus
Performance 1.30pm
Futures R Us Program

22nd May
College Council Meeting 6.30pm

23rd May
CCC Touch Football Dubbo
Year 12 Italian Beginners Day

24th May
Marian Feast Day
Mass 11.45am
NSW CCC Touch Football Dubbo

25th May

HSC Support Evening
Futures R Us Program

25th-26th May

Year 12 Drama Excursion Sydney

26th May

Child Studies Year 9 Excursion
Griffith Base Hospital



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Marian Catholic College prides itself on being a ‘community school’ where each individual is valued and their contribution is recognised and appreciated.

The College’s student support and welfare programs are designed to ensure a safe, caring and supportive environment in which all students have the opportunity to achieve their best. We are proud of our College and of its students. The students work very hard and they achieve very good results both in the classroom and in extra-curricular activities. Some of these include Tournament of Minds, Music, Drama, Public Speaking, Art Club, Duke of Edinburgh Award, MUNA and representative sport.

The main thing that teachers at Marian want to do is to support students’ learning. We will help students to build upon their strengths as well as to try to overcome their weaknesses. If students work hard in their lessons and with their homework, if they take up the wide variety of opportunities in front of them, they have every chance to find great success at Marian.


NAPLAN Testing for 2017 has now been completed. Results won’t be available for parents and schools until September. Discussions with students have been positive and the general mood  was one of calm and purpose. Both Year 7 and Year 9 students were comfortable with the testing processes and procedures and I thank not only the staff involved but parents and students for their cooperation and support throughout NAPLAN week.


On Thursday, 11 May Year 12 Work Studies classes conducted “pop-up” businesses over the lunch break. The Work Studies students are engaged in an “active based” learning project learning about the World of Work, enabling them to have an understanding of the requirements of developing a business and the entrepreneurial skills required. 

Our Marian Feast Day will be held on Wednesday 24th May, the feast of Our Lady Help of Christians.  The day will be filled with celebration commencing with a Mass at 11:45 am followed by a short assembly acknowledging the years of dedicated service by many of the College staff. Weather permitting, students will celebrate on the oval with a number of different activities such as Trikes for Year 7 & 8 students, a Giant Merry Go Round for Year 9 & 10 students, Bubble Soccer for Year 11 & 12 students and a Cha-Cha available for all. These activities have a small charge associated and students need to nominate and pay prior to the day. Students will be allocated a time slot for their activity which will be posted around the school on the Monday before. There will be some traditional free activities happening on the day also for students to participate in.

Prices for the activities are

  • Year 7 & 8 - Trikes $10 per team of 5 - theses will be riding in our carpark
  • Year 9 & 10 - Giant Merry Go Round $5 per person
  • Year 11 & 12 - Bubble Soccer $30 per team of 10
  • Cha Cha - $15 team of 3

Students must nominate all the members of their team at the time of payment. Forms are available from Pastoral Coordinators or Mrs Aventi.  We look forward to a fantastic day!

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