Established in 1967 and conducted by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, Mazenod seeks to provide the means by which the full potential of every student can be realised. The college sees itself as a community growing together in Christian faith, in which teachers, parents and students share human knowledge. First preference for admission is given to students from constituent parishes. Uniform is compulsory.
Curriculum: The college offers a broad curriculum from Years 7 to 10, which includes Italian and Japanese, Music, Information Technology and Food Technology. In Years 11 and 12, a wide range of VCE subjects is offered and as Mazenod College is an accredited agent of Box Hill College of TAFE, students have the opportunity of beginning TAFE studies at the same time as they commence their VCE. The college also offers students a number of VET subjects as part of the VCE course. VCAL certificate is also available.
Sport: Football, soccer, cricket, basketball, swimming, table tennis, tennis, hockey, volleyball, athletics and chess.
Extra-curricular activities: Musical activities, bands, choirs, camping trips, community service, debating and St Vincent de Paul club.
Student welfare programs: Mazenod is proud of the excellence achieved in pastoral care. It has remedial mathematics and English assistance, gifted children’s program, careers guidance, work experience and student welfare programs.