Families wishing to book their 2016 Prep Application Interview can do so by visiting the link below:


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Year 10 Homestudy - Period 5 - Thursday 4th June.

Marymede Catholic College wishes to advise that Year 10 students will be dismissed at lunchtime (1.27pm) on Thursday 4th June. The Fitness Centre will be out of action due to exam set-up, therefore not available for Year 10 Guild sport. Year 10 students would benefit from this additional time to prepare for their exams beginning 8.30am Friday 5th June.

Should your son/daughter not be able to leave the College Grounds at this time, they can access the Resource Centre for private study.

Please advise your child’s tutor teacher if this will be the case so that we can account for their attendance.


The Challenge of Parenthood Today - A Two-Part Seminar Series for Parents of Students in Years 5-10

Marymede Catholic College in collaboration with the menALIVE Ministry will be running two seminars in Term 2 and 3 this year for parents of students in Years 5-10. The theme of these seminars is 'The Challenge of Parenthood Today'.

Our guest presenter, Robert Falzon is a husband, father, businessman, co-founder of Men Alive and published author.  He has been married to Alicia for 32 years and they have 4 adult children. Since the founding of Men Alive in 2003 they have been able to run events across Australia which have touched 15,000 people. In 2011 Robert published his first book 'How to Grow a Men's Ministry' followed by 'The Father Factor' in 2014.

Parents of students in Years 5 to 10 who are interested in attending are asked to please RSVP to by no later than Friday June 5, 2015. Early bookings are essential as spaces are limited.


Applications for Prep 2016 have now closed.

We look forward to welcoming a new cohort of students and their families into the Marymede Community in 2016.

Any familiy wishing to submit a late application is able to do so via the normal application procedure, however, all late applications will be placed onto a waiting list and considered should second round positions become available.

For further information regarding enrolment at Marymede Catholic College please contact the College registrar on 9407-9000.


The Parents & Friends Committee at Marymede Catholic College have recently been advised of a safety recall put in place for one of the products sold at the recent Mother’s Day Stall Fundraiser.
The product that is being recalled is the ‘Scented Melts and Burner’ (please see image below). The reason for the recall is due to the unpredictability of the burner itself, and the potential for it to overheat or burn the surface where it has been placed.

Any student/family who purchased this gift is asked to please return it to the Primary School Office on Monday May 18 from 8.30am onwards. Upon returning of the item students will be able to select a new gift to take with them (either a Photo Frame or Bracelet).

Should you require further information regarding this safety recall please do not hesitate to contact The Parents & Friends Committee at


A reminder to parents of students performing at next Monday’s ‘An Evening of Music’ to reserve your tickets asap.

There is no charge for the event, however due to limited seating, audience members will be required to obtain tickets via

Tickets are now available from:



Recently, members of the Year 12 Media Class of 2014 were invited to return to our College as guest speakers and run a SAT Masterclass/Q&A Session with the current Year 12 students.

The panel, which featured Madeline Lancaster, Nicholas Musto, Rebecca Pannell, Teagan Carlton, Genna Sbaglia and Amy Williams, discussed their triumphs, tribulations, and pioneering achievements of completing VCE Media last year. The panel reflected on what they learnt and gave the current students some invaluable advice on preparing for exams and assessment tasks, and how to succeed in their studies. Our students found the masterclass to be very insightful and motivating and they enjoyed hearing about their former peers’ experiences and successes.

Rebecca Pannell and Amy Williams have both gone on to study Media at Swinburne University of Technology.

Photos Courtesy of: Jeremy Guzman


Marymede College Captain Michael Manoussakis (Year 12), is currently preparing for the trip of a lifetime after successfully winning a coveted place in the National Youth Science Forum’s International Programme.

Michael, who is 1 of only 44 successful students across the country, will now travel to New Brunswick, Canada on May 8 and will represent Australia at the Canada-wide Science Fair, talking to local Primary and Secondary school students about advancements in Australian science and Australia in general.

Michael’s journey to Canada began some 12 months ago, where he was selected after an initial application and interview to represent the Diamond Creek Rotary Club in the State selections for the National Youth Science Forum in Canberra. This annual Forum gathers the best and the brightest senior Secondary students from around Australia who are seeking to pursue a career in science. During his time in our nation’s capital, Michael visited a variety of science facilities, listened to eminent scientists, and participated in regular debates.

Michael would then go on to write a detailed formal application for the National Youth Science Forum International Programme outlining his passion for Chemistry and ambition to study Materials Science.

Michael’s application was successful and he was subsequently awarded a place in this prestigious programme.

We congratulate Michael on his outstanding achievement and wish him all the very best in Canada.

Photo By Jeremy Guzman


Film School is back in session for 2015 commencing on Wednesday the 6th of May!

Marymede Film School is a co-curricular activity where students from Years 7-12 collaborate on the creation of a short film. Students will form small production teams and specialise in scriptwriting, directing and cinematography, or editing.

The filmmakers will walk the red carpet for the premiere of their short films at our annual 'Iris Media Showcase'


Primary School Mother’s Day Celebrations - Friday May 8 - Period 1 (8.55am - 9.45am)

Marymede Catholic College would like to invite all Primary mothers to join us on the morning of Friday May 8 and celebrate Mother's Day with your child.

Prep: Mother's Day Assembly
Years 1 - 5: Classroom Visits
Year 6: Guild Sports

This event will provide an opportunity for our Primary School mothers to see their child/children in their classroom or on the sporting field and share their Primary School experience.

Parents with multiple children in the Primary School will be able to visit all of their classrooms during this time.
We ask that mothers remain in the outdoor areas e.g. Primary School Courtyard, whilst our students organise themselves for the day and settle into their classroom. Mothers in attendance will also need to allow safe passage for students to enter the Primary School houses. We anticipate this period of the morning to take no longer than 5 minutes. Co-operation during the first 5 minutes of the morning will avoid overcrowding in the open areas of each house/locker bays which can be very overwhelming for students.

We look forward to welcoming our Mother's to the College on this day and take the opportunity to wish all Mums in the Marymede Community a very happy Mother’s Day.