Our journey from 2006 to today has been nothing short of amazing, and the College has certainly seen lots of change and additions to the faciltities and grounds.

Marymede is proud to share with our community these amazing aerial images which show just how far we have come!

Compare that to photos shown on Google Maps from approx 5-6 years ago...what a difference!:

And some more great snaps:


Marymede Catholic College proudly congratulates James Manoussakis (Year 8) on his recent outstanding achievement in being announced as 1 of only 80 Victorian students to represent Victoria at the 2015 Anzac Day Dawn Service at Gallipoli.

James will now visit Gallipoli and Istanbul to visit battle sites and sacred memorial areas on April 21st, 2015.

With more than 630 students applying for positions, James was required to submit his application form along with detailed answers to four questions regarding what the ANZAC Spirit means to him, and the significance of the Gallipoli campaign.

The Year 8 student now follows in the footsteps of his older brother Michael (Year 11), who earlier this year was 1 of only 6 students to be awarded the prestigious Spirit of ANZAC Award.

James is extremely excited about his upcoming trip, claiming “It will be an absolute honour to visit the battlefields and be a part of the ceremony.”

Congratulations James.


The 2015 School Fees and Levies have now been released and distributed to all families.



Prep to Year 6


Family: 2+ children (Prep to Year 6)


Building Levy (per family)


Combination Padlock (Year 5 & 6)




Year 7


Year 8


Year 9


Year 10


Year 11


Year 12


E-Resource Fee


Building Levy (per family)


Combination Padlock (Year 7 to 12)



Click Here for 2015 Fee Schedule

Click Here for 2015 School Fees and Levies Letter


Nine years ago, Year 8 student Tanisha De Silva took part in her very first Taekwondo lesson, after seeing her older brother participate for some time.

Her nine year journey has seen many exciting achievements and opportunities arise, most recently, having the chance to compete at the Oceania Taekwondo Championships and Australian Open which both took place in Sydney from August 14-17.

Tanisha competes in the ‘Sparring’ competition, in the Cadet Division (Ages 12-14) and managed to leave the event with two medals! Gold (1st) in the Oceania Championship event and Bronze (3rd) in the Australian Open event.

Tanisha, who enjoys all aspects of her sport, particularly learning self-defence skills, is now looking forward to the National Championships which will take place in Adelaide this December.

Marymede Catholic College would like to congratulate Tanisha on her recent outstanding achievements.


Photos By: Jeremy Guzman