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Our Champagnat Week Celebrations

Friday the 8th of June marked the final day of our Champagnat Week celebrations. Students were treated to snow cones, popcorn fairy floss and eleven different carnival rides, raising $3188.20 to send to Marist Solidarity who complete works throughout Asia. Read more...

Lifted Leaders inspired to be more

Up to 147 Year 12 Catholic College student leaders from the Diocese of Parramatta converged on Rooty Hill RSL for the inaugural inspiring LIFTED Leaders event.

Sunny Side Up for Catholic Schools

It is estimated the energy saved as a result of installing solar panels at 10 Catholic Schools in the Parramatta Diocese would result in 45% reduction of electricity consumed, resulting in a saving of $495k per annum. Up to 10 Catholic Schools in the Parramatta Diocese will play a pivotal role in getting schools powered solely by renewable energy and teaching students about sustainability.

Bishop Vincent Long installed as the fourth Bishop of Parramatta

Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains warmly welcomed Bishop Vincent Long Van Nguyen OFM Conv as the fourth Bishop of Parramatta on the evening of Thursday 16 June 2016 in St Patrick’s Cathedral, Parramatta. Read more...

St Patrick’s students touch football stars

On Monday 8 February 2016, St Patrick’s Marist College, Dundas students Tayla Duguid and Bradley Cincotta took out the duo of both male and female award for the 2015 NSWCCC Blue Award for Touch Football. Read more...

2016 New Leaders’ Breakfast

On Wednesday 24 February 2016, more than 20 newly appointed Principals, Assistant Principals, Religious Education Coordinators (RECs) and Team Leaders attended the annual New Leaders’ Breakfast held at the Catholic Education Office in Parramatta.

St Patrick’s Marist student wins UNSW Women in Science 50:50 award

St Patrick’s Marist College, Dundas Year 12 student In Hee (Christy) Baek has won the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Women in Science 50:50 competition for 2015. Read more...

Teacher Brenton Gurney becomes Highly Accomplished

On Thursday 29 October 2015, St Patrick’s Marist College, Dundas’ Brenton Gurney became accredited as Highly Accomplished through The Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES).

St Patrick’s student wins WSI 2015 Student of the Year

St Patrick’s Marist College, Dundas Year 12 student, Carla Newstead won the award for 2015 Western Sydney Institute (WSI) VET in Schools Student of the Year. The regional finals were held at Rooty Hill RSL on Thursday 18 June.

St Patrick's Marist College student honoured

Brigitte McIntosh from St Patrick’s Marist College, Dundas recently received the annual Bishop of Parramatta Award for Student Excellence, which recognise the religious and academic achievement of senior secondary students across the Diocese of Parramatta.