St Mary’s College - South Morang Campus
In partnership with Marymede Catholic College
The fourth Campus of St Mary’s was opened in 2007, operating in partnership with Marymede Catholic College and is favourably situated to serve most of Melbourne’s Northern region.
Our South Morang Campus is unique in that it is a Prep to Year 12 College. Being in a position to provide your son or daughter with a complete education, we pride ourselves on providing an education that reinforces your family values in a dynamic, supportive and caring environment. St Mary’s South Morang is in a position to offer individualised programs if required, delivered by teachers who truly care about student learning and an education that stimulates and actively encourages excellence for the 13 years of their schooling. Soundfield systems are located throughout the College to optimize listening conditions and for those students who choose a VCAL pathway, an acoustically exceptional, architecturally designed Trade Skills Centre, provides the perfect learning environment for our students.
The model of inclusion for our primary students allows St Mary’s College students access to all Marymede fundamental curriculum including Literacy, Maths, Religious Education, ICT, Physical Education and specialist performing and visual Arts. Students who wish to study a language may also take on Italian. Senior school students are provided with considered and professional career and pathway advice. After getting a sense of ‘the workplace’ in their Year 10 work experience, students are involved in extensive career counselling interviews at the College. VCE, VET and VCAL pathways will be determined on the basis of these interviews and relevant subjects selected.
Students are guided to the latest university, TAFE and other course information at the careers office.
St Mary’s College students are welcomed and highly valued members of the Marymede Catholic College community and are supported to develop rich connections and friendships from prep through to year 12. As members of the broader community of deaf and hard of hearing students at St Mary’s College, they also participate in events such as both Primary and Secondary School’s Deaf Sports Days and an optional lunchtime social club where they can mix with students from the other St Mary’s College campuses through video technology.
Marymede Catholic College