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St Maroun’s College was founded in 1989 and was once a Carmelite
Convent. The college’s aim is to nurture students to achieve personal
excellence in their education.

Facilities: Well-resourced classrooms, science labs, music room and
three up-to-date computer labs. The college boasts a multi-purpose centre,
which is used for gymnastics, indoor sports activities, whole-school mass and
assemblies. The college also has a heritage-listed chapel, which is used for
Mass services on a regular basis.

Electives Years 7 to 10: As well as the compulsory curriculum under
all the Key Learning Areas set down by the NSW Board of Studies, the college
offers electives in Music, Computing Studies, Visual Arts, Design and
Technology, Drama, Commerce, and Food Technology. The college has a compulsory
LOTE Program whereby students study either Arabic or French. The college also
caters for gifted and talented students as well as students with special
learning needs.

Electives Years 11 and 12: The college strives to cater for student
needs and interests, so subjects offered include English Standard, English
Advanced, English Extension, all Science subjects, Visual Arts, Ancient and
Modern History, Business Studies, Legal Studies, Arabic, French, Mathematics,
General Mathematics, Extension Mathematics, Information Processes Technology,
Studies in Religion, Software Design, PD/Health/PE, as well as TVET courses
tailored to student interests and needs.

Sport: Sports range from swimming to all athletic-type activities,
as well as cricket, soccer, basketball, football, tennis, martial arts,
volleyball, and badminton. Students have the opportunity to represent the
college in sports competitions.

Extracurricular activities: Drama performances, choir, numeracy and
literacy programs for Years 7 to 10, debating.

Welfare and personal development: Students have access to
counsellors and careers information, as well as a pastoral care program.

All Year 7 students participate in the peer support program. The
college also provides and encourages student leadership in the form of an SRC
and Senior college prefects. Reflection days and camps are organised for
students to help with the development of social issues, peer support, study
techniques and the realisation of the importance of human values and spiritual

Special features: The college has strong links with the local
community, and provides a very active and supportive P&F Association.

Religion Catholic
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Kindergarten - Year 12
Enrolment 630 students k to year 12, 29 preschool students
02 9559******* 02 9559 2434
02 9558******* 02 9558 8806
Address 194 Wardell Road, Dulwich Hill 2203
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