Secondary boys college Est. in 1950
Alumni & archives
Marcellin College endeavours to promote connectivity, collaboration, partnerships and alignment within and beyond the College community.
Marcellin College endeavours to promote connectivity, collaboration, partnerships and alignment within and beyond the College community. It is our desire that the relationships built during a young man’s time at the College endure for years to come. More than 15,000 students have passed through the front gates of the College and together share a connection underpinned by our Marist characteristics and respect for each other.
Our Heritage Group includes those who attend the College on day one in Camberwell in 1950.
Graduates of Marcellin College have gone to long and illustrious career in law, medicine, engineering, aviation, politics, the arts and entertainment, sport, small business and so much more.
Archives & Memorabilia
Marcellin College has a rich collection of historical archives and memorabilia from the past to the present day.
To keep the story of our heritage up to date, we need to contribute to the archives continually via our alumni and other associations.
What’s happening today is tomorrow’s history, so please donate any items which could add to our collection – newspaper articles, programs, uniform etc.
Displays are regularly being updated around the College to remind passers-by of our rich and varied heritage.
Yearbooks, along with historical photos from the 1950s onwards can be viewed by visiting the College or copies requested by contacting the College Archivist at firstname.lastname@example.org.