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30th May
Child Studies Excursion
to Dorothy Waide

31st May

School Photos - Winter Uniform
Netball NSW Schools Cup
—Jubilee Oval

1st June
Child Studies Excursion
to Dorothy Waide

2nd June
Duke of Ed Expedition: Bungonia
Year 11 Preliminary Support
Evening in the Language Centre
Real Talk Session—Year 9
Child Studies Excursion
to Dorothy Waide

3rd June
Child Studies Excursion
to Dorothy Waide


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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.

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On Tuesday May 24, the College celebrated Marian Feast Day honouring the two founding orders that established our school - the Marist brothers, founded by Marcellin Champagnat; and the Sisters of Mercy, founded by Catherine McAuley. We were fortunate to have representatives from both orders present, along with past College Staff and parents. Many thanks to all those who assisted on the day, in particular, all the students and staff involved in reading, processions, choir and band. Thank you to Father Christian for the beautiful mass and Matthew Segrave for his coordination of the band and choir who sounded amazing. The day followed with an afternoon tea for staff
and students enjoying each others company with activities such as Bubble Soccer, Trikes and Sumo Wrestling - overall a great day was had by all!

Marian Feast Day
Marian Feast Day





The U13’s came up against Griffith High and Wade High as part of the Country Cup on Wednesday. The boys put in strong performances up against two big, mobile and experienced football teams. Our boys were certainly not disgraced getting across the line on five occasions between the two games. The team were well serviced through the hard running of Neil and Viliami along with Deondre and Jackson doing the dirty work in defence. As a whole the team played extremely well and should be congratulated for their effort put in on the day.

U15’s played Griffith High in the Country Cup and put in a stellar performance. The boys went down 3 tries to 2 in a very closely contested game. We were lead by Toutai's strong runs up the centre, followed closely by Matthew Parisotto and Thomas Royal eating many meters up as well. Noah Negus also put in a great performance tackling everything that moved and didn’t allow anyone through his side of the field. Overall the whole group played exceptionally well and went very close to clinching victory. Keep your heads up boys, we will get them next time!

Applications for enrolment are to be submitted to the College Office. Appointments will then be scheduled. Applications for enrolment close Friday 27th May 2016. Enrolment Enquiries: 02 6969 2400 or email:

Our Marian Catholic College library is looking to promote the 100 years of Griffith by putting on a display of memorabilia from the days gone by from our school. If anyone has any old memorabilia from St Brendan’s College or early Catholic High School days could they please drop them off to the front office or library. All items will be returned to their owner, or they can donated to the school to be kept in the archives. Items such as old school uniforms, navy tunics, grey St Brendan jumpers/trousers, hats, gloves, ties, berets, sport clothes, school satchels, globite school bags, old textbooks, photos from 1950’s to 1970’s, school books etc.

Get in early to get your tickets – plenty of tickets available come on opening night so you can tell everyone about GREASE!
Adults $28, Children/Concession $23, Family (2A, 2C) - $96
Platinum – JM Total Property Services, David Davidge Solicitor, Joss Group & MIA Financial Services
Gold – Footsteps Podiatry, Westpac Bank, PVC Welding & Yoogali Engineering
Silver – Bertoldo’s Bakery, Leading Edge Computers Griffith, Ray White Griffith, Choices Floor Coverings, Inspirations Paint, Blossoms Florist, Janet’s Design & Signs, F & G Windows and Doors, Casella Wines, A & G Engineering, Griffith Ex- Servicemens Club, Scolexia & Zanotto Brothers
Bronze – Elders Real Estate, Donut King Griffith, Fresh Body Health and Fitness, Eclipse the Essential Spa, A & K Plant Hire, Griffith Real Estate, Pinnacle HPC, Real Property Conveyancers NSW, Riverina Nurseries, Codemo Machinery, BKZ Carpet Cleaning, Owen Toyota & Howse Pilloni & Co.
Friends – Higher Help

Wednesday 15th June 7pm / Thursday 16th June 7pm, Friday 17th June 7pm and
Saturday 18th June 2pm and 7pm.

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