Conducted by the Marist Brothers and founded in 1923, this Catholic
boys secondary school is situated in suburban Randwick. Religious education is
a focal point and students attend class prayer, liturgies, religious lessons,
camps and retreats as part of their education.
Facilities: Well-stocked resource centre, sporting fields in an
adjacent suburb, multi-purpose hall with 2000-seat capacity, basketball court,
gym, well-equipped multimedia centre, five computer labs.
Electives Years 7 to 10: Currently, the college offers a core of
traditional subjects — Religious Education, English, Mathematics, Science,
PD/Health/PE, World History and Geography (Years 7 and 8), Australian Geography
(Years 9 and 10) and other elective subjects from the following range — Art,
Commerce, Computing Studies, Music, Japanese, French, Metal Technics, Technical
Drawing, and Wood Technics.
Electives Years 11 and 12: In the Senior years, students are offered
a comprehensive curriculum, which includes courses available for study at the
preliminary and HSC levels. Subjects offered include all levels of Mathematics
and English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Business Studies, Economics,
Geography, Legal Studies, Creative Arts (Music, Visual Arts), Modern History
(including the Extension course), Ancient History, Industrial Technology,
Design and Technology, Graphic Design, Fundamentals of English, LOTE,
Information Technology and Processing, and Software Design and Development.
Following current educational trends, the college also offers students the
opportunity to experience vocational education courses such as Information
Technology, Construction, Hospitality and Retail Operations, which are
available to Years 11 and 12 students who opt for them.
Sport: Swimming, cricket, golf, squash, basketball, soccer, rugby
league, rugby union, touch football, tennis, cross-country, athletics,
volleyball. The college has been a member of the Metropolitan Catholic Colleges
(MCC) sport program for more than 70 years.
Extracurricular activities: Chess club, charity activities,
Interact, public speaking and debating, literary competitions, choir, band,
Welfare and personal development: Pastoral care is a priority in the
college. A firm and clear discipline policy exists.
Famous ex-students: Lionel Bowen (former Deputy Prime Minister),
John Cleary, Dr Merv Cross, Dr Nathan Gibbs, Sir Patrick Kenny, Bishop David
Walker, Peter James, Peter Tunks, Ray Selkrig, Peter Macken, Tom Bellew, Judge
John O’Meally, Richard Chee Quee, Braith Anasta.
|Years||Year 7 - Year 12|
02 9398******* 02 9398 6355
02 9398******* 02 9398 9049
|Address||195 Alison Road, Randwick 2031|