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Secondary boys college Est. in 1950


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We are delighted to welcome new students to our college. We invite you to explore our enrolment process and learn how you can become part of our community.


Tours & Open Days

We encourage families to tour our facilities to explore, discover and learn about the wonderful opportunities available at Marcellin College.


Tuition Fees

See our 2024 Schedule of Fees

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The College provides several chartered bus services to ensure our students get to and from the College in a safe and convenient manner.



Students are expected to wear their uniform with pride and in accordance with the College’s Uniform Guidelines.

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Books & Resources

At Marcellin College, we have a comprehensive list of textbooks and stationary requirements for our students, which can be easily accessed through our school management system, Compass

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St Marcellin Champagnat Bursary

Marcellin College is a Catholic Marist boys’ school that follows the teachings of St Marcellin Champagnat.

We acknowledge and accept that the vast majority of parents and guardians make sacrifices to provide their boys with a Catholic education. However, it never has or will be the College’s desire that parents or guardians reach the point of financial distress to meet the cost of sending their boys to Marcellin College.

To assist with affordability of tuition fees, the St Marcellin Champagnat Bursary assists families that may be experiencing financial distress to pay tuition fees in the absence of some form of assistance.

To learn more about the St Marcellin Champagnat Bursary and how to apply for assistance, please download a copy of the application form.

All applications are treated confidentially. Please call the Finance Office on 0398511518 to discuss your situation and together we can determine the best path forward for you.


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