04 Mar 2018
I remember well when my eldest son commenced secondary school. As parents, my wife and I felt both excitement and a little trepidation as we sent him off...
01 Mar 2018
Last week I spoke to you about data. I suggested that a knowledge of student data can assist us as educators to better understand the educational needs and potential of our students.
19 Feb 2018
Rituals and symbols are valuable and useful instruments which provide meaning and understanding of significant events in our lives.
13 Feb 2018
Last Thursday as a community we celebrated the efforts and achievements of the class of 2017 and welcomed our Year 7 students and other students new to the Marcellin College Family.
05 Feb 2018
Welcome to what promises to be an exciting and hope filled year here at Marcellin.
12 Dec 2017
Dear Members of the Marcellin College Family,
I wish to take this opportunity to congratulate Melissa Mackellin on her appointment as the Head of Senior School. Melissa has been an outstanding Head of Junior School since 2013 and I look forward to Melissa’s evolution in the Head of Senior School role...
03 Dec 2017
As we come to the end of another exciting year at Marcellin I would like to thank all those of you who have offered generous support and encouragement to our community.
28 Nov 2017
As you may be aware, last week the Victorian State Government made an announcement regarding the preferred option for the proposed North East Link Project.
27 Nov 2017
Dear members of the Marcellin College Community,
Last week it was reported to me that a former teacher of Marcellin College has been convicted of one count of historic Child sexual abuse. The teachers name was Vili Kovac and the abuse occurred during the period of his employment at the Camberwell Campus of Marcellin College between 1968 and 1969...
21 Nov 2017
I often hear people express regret about giving up an activity or skill they were engaged in as a child. It could be that they stopped playing a sport or that they gave up the study of a language...
Marcellin College is a leading Catholic secondary school for boys conducted by the Marist Brothers since 1950.