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Secondary boys college Est. in 1950

About us


Discover Marcellin College: a Catholic secondary school for boys in Melbourne's east.

About us

From Our Principal

“Our mission beyond educating our students is to instruct them in their duty, to teach them to practise it, to give them a Christian spirit and attitudes and to form them to religious habits and the virtues possessed by a good Christian and a good citizen.”

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College Leadership

Our team is passionate about developing a learning environment that empowers students to reach their full potential. We are committed to providing the highest quality of education, fostering a culture of respect and collaboration, and creating meaningful opportunities for growth and advancement.  

Our goal is to ensure that Marcellin College is a leader in higher education and that our students are equipped to thrive.

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Marcellin COLLEGE

Our Story

Marcellin College is a Catholic secondary school in Melbourne’s east which was founded by the Marist Brothers to meet the educational needs of boys.

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Our Faith

Faith is at the heart of our College. At Marcellin College, we seek to foster a faith learning environment that focuses on the five Marist characteristics.

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Our Care

Marcellin College provides a comprehensive Wellbeing curriculum, which supports our boys throughout their journey at the College.

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Sustainability at the College

The College has taken up the challenge issued by Pope Francis to protect our common home and to bring humanity together to seek a sustainable way forward for future generations to come.

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