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As part of our 10th Year Anniversary Celebrations – all past graduates of Marymede Catholic College are invited to attend our ‘10th Year College Reunion’ on Friday September 2, 2016.

This event will provide all past graduates with a fun opportunity to reconnect with the Marymede Community.

Event: 10th Year Anniversary College Reunion

Date: Friday September 2, 2016

Time: 7.30pm

Venue: Sagi Bar – 57 High Street, Northcote

Tickets: www.trybooking.com/LUHK

Drinks and finger food provided.

Please Note: Only students who graduated in Year 12 at Marymede Catholic College are invited to attend this event.

If you have any additional questions please do not hesitate to contact our College Registrar on 9407-9000 or email alumni@marymede.vic.edu.au  



There was a change of scenery in the Year 2 House recently, with our students taking part in their first Friday Fun-Day of the year: taking part in some activities that our Year 2 Teaching Team are passionate about!

Activities included Comic Book creation on the iPads; Zumba & Dance Class; a fishing lesson; Aboriginal inspired art and a Science class which sees our students making their very own bath bombs!

A lot of smiling and happy faces and potentially some future fishermen/women!



As part of our commitment to Reconciliation, Marymede Catholic College recently celebrated National Reconciliation Week 2016 with House Assemblies involving a range of speakers:

Uncle Ian Hunter local Wurundjeri elder and traditional landowner performed a Smoking Ceremony and shared his story with Romero;

Members of the Stolen Generation Debbie and Kerry shared their story and journey of healing with McCormack and McAuley;

Karen spoke to Marcellin House about the role of Aboriginal people in Australia’s history and Bryan spoke to Chisholm about ‘History in Pictures’ a series of artworks designed by Aboriginal artists, each against the theme of government policies pertaining to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander affairs.




The Nationals Senator for Victoria - Senator Bridget McKenzie, along with Auxiliary Bishop - The Most Reverend Terence Curtin, were on hand at Marymede Catholic College on Wednesday April 27 to bless and officially open the Marymede Trade Skills Centre.

Check out a few photos from the ceremony below:



On Friday 22 April, our Year 12 Media students were treated to a very special Masterclass and Q&A session with Class of 2015 graduates Stephanie Camilleri, Tayla Defazio, Jack Peerman and Daniel Sim.

As preparation for their SAT, the Masterclass provided our current Year 12 Media cohort with an insight into how some of last year’s top filmmakers and photographers at Marymede successfully created their media products. They also had the opportunity to talk about their own ideas and seek advice from the panel of experts.

Stephanie, Tayla, Jack and Daniel are all undertaking further education in Media and Film at La Trobe University, Swinburne University of Technology and JMC Academy. We'd like to thank them for their time and continued support of Marymede Catholic College.

Masterclass Panel with Mr. Guzman



There was history in the making for Marymede Catholic College on Thursday April 21, with our Year 10 Boys Premier League Soccer team capturing the College's first ever Boys Soccer Championship after a scintillating contest with St. Monica's College.

In a close contest and playing away from home, a brace from Lee Missailidis put Marymede in-front before a late equaliser would send the game into extra time and the dreaded penalty shootout.

Our boys would save the best for last though - with a heroic performance by Man of the Match Goalkeeper Matthew Krstina saving two kicks from the spot and helping to see the team to victory with the shootout ending 3-1.

Marymede Catholic College - 3 St. Monica's College - 3

Marymede Catholic College won 3-1 on penalties.


Marymede Catholic College would like to congratulate the entire Year 10 Boys Soccer Squad on this outstanding achievement - a victory that was 4 years in the making with many members of the team playing together since Year 7.

Year 10 Boys Premier League Soccer Team - 2016 Champions:

Randeep Atwal

Evan Papaioannou

Andrew Fu

Dylan Georgievski

Joshua Ibrahim

Matthew Krstina

Lee Missailidis

James Tsafkas (C)

Shiva Nagpur

Joel Impeduglia

Nicholas Naskovski

Damien Quadara

Jacob Talevski

Lucas Vasilevski

Mitchell London

James Popovski

Christopher Roussos

Riley Edwards-Kendrick

Maksim Ilic

Coach: Mr. Derek McConn



The Parents and Friends Committee at Marymede Catholic College would like to invite all Mothers, Grandmothers, Aunts, Sisters and friends to our 2016 Mother's Day Celebration Evening. This evening will include champagne, finger food, desserts, tea & coffee, Guest Comedian Monica Dullard, a variety of market stalls, giveaways and more!

Date: Thursday May 5, 2016

Time: 6.30pm - 9.30pm

Venue: Fitness Centre at Marymede Catholic College

Cost: $25.30 per ticket

RSVP: By no later than Friday April 29, 2016.

Tickets: https://www.trybooking.com/LEAW or https://www.trybooking.com/196062

Please Note: This is and adults only event. (No children permitted)



The Parents and Friends Committee are inviting all members of the Marymede Community to put their brains to the test and enjoy a night filled with fun and laughter at our 2016 Trivia Night!

Date: Friday May 13, 2016

Time: 7.00pm (Doors open at 6.30pm)

Venue: Fitness Centre at Marymede Catholic College

Cost: $15 per ticket - Alternatively, organise a table/group of 10 people for $100.

Click Here to Download the Registration Form



Marymede Catholic College would like to invite all parents/guardians of current students to attend our Term 2 ‘Morning Tea with the Principal’  taking place on Wednesday May 18, commencing at 9.00am in the Auditorium Foyer.

This event gives parents a great opportunity to catch up with our Principal Mr. Michael Kenny, along with other parents and members of the Marymede Community.

Bookings are essential due to limited spaces, and spots will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis. To book, please send your RSVP to rsvp@marymede.vic.edu.au along with the following details, by no later than WEDNESDAY MAY 11:

- Full Names of ALL in attendance

- Your child/children’s year level

- Contact phone number

Should this event reach its capacity prior to Wednesday May 11, the College will send out an email to all families closing the bookings. Please note, this event invitation is extended to parents/guardians only. Marymede students will not be permitted to attend.




The safety and wellbeing of our students at Marymede is very important to us.  We are very fortunate at Marymede Catholic College to have an on-site provider of Before and After School Care provided by Camp Australia. 

This service provided by and administered enables parents/guardians to access care for their primary school aged child/ren in the mornings and afternoons outside of the times that teachers are on supervision duty in the College grounds. 

Before School Care provided by Camp Australia runs from 6:30am – 8:45am, Monday to Friday and After School Care runs from 3:15pm – 6:00pm, Monday to Friday.  Before and after these times, there is no supervision provided by the College on the College grounds. 

The teachers commence their yard duty supervision in the playground at 8:20am and it concludes at 3:40pm.  Unless a student is attending Before School Care and/or After School Care, no students should be on the College campus before 8:20am or after 3:40pm.

Any primary student who is on the College campus before 8:20am will be taken to Before School care where they will be supervised until 8:45am. Camp Australia will charge parents for supervision of their child/ren.  

The same applies to any students who are not collected from the College campus by 3:40pm.  They will be taken to After School care, where they will be supervised until they are collected by a parent/guardian.  Camp Australia will charge parents for supervision.  

Primary students are unable to use the College Library as a before or after hours supervision area, unless they are supervised by a Parent or Guardian.   Primary students with Secondary school siblings are unable to be supervised by their Secondary school sibling in the library and would also need to abide by the above.

For further information about Camp Australia services please visit their website www.campaustralia.com.au