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MARIST SISTERS’ COLLEGE


Marist Sisters’ College (MSCW) is a girls’ school built on the
tradition of the Marist Sisters. For more than 100 years MSCW has been
preparing girls to fulfil their role as confident and caring women in a
changing community. The college provides a dynamic learning environment that
encourages the girls to excel academically.

Electives: A wide-ranging curriculum includes technology, creative
arts and languages. Vocational courses are also offered in Business Services,
Hospitality, IT and Entertainment Industry.

Sport: Sport abounds at MSCW. Participation in both competitive and
non-competitive sport caters for all girls. Great success has been achieved in
soccer, netball and waterpolo and the college’s position on the Lane Cove River has allowed the
development of the sailing program.

Extracurricular activities: Public speaking, debating and tuition in
a range of musical instruments are available. Opportunities exist for gifted and talented girls as well as participation in
Maths, Science and Computing competitions.

Welfare and personal development: Pastoral care is a key strength at
MSCW, ensuring an environment that is caring and safe, yet challenging. The
House system cares for each individual. The Woolwich Student Union, a
counsellor and a careers adviser are all available. The college has a strict
uniform policy.

Religion Catholic
Type Catholic
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Girl
Enrolment 900 students
Phone
02 9816******* 02 9816 2041
Fax
02 9816******* 02 9816 5143
Address 66A Woolwich Road, Woolwich 2110
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