Applications are currently being accepted for students interested in enrolling into Year 11 at Marist College Canberra in 2021. Applications can be submitted online

Information Evening 

We will be holding an Information Evening in the coming weeks for any students that are interested in Year 11. The Information Evening will give you an opportunity to hear about all the curriculum areas on offer; about what the College has to offer as well as information about enrolment into Year 11 2021. Please register your interest in attending below.

Curriculum areas offered at Marist 

Students are able to choose from courses such as commercial and legal studies, languages, physical education, exercise science, social sciences, visual and performing arts, and all of the STEM subjects. All students study English and Religious Education.  

Vocational Education and Training courses are offered in Construction Pathways, Furniture Making and Hospitality with the ability to undertake an Australian School-Based Apprenticeship in these areas.

The diverse list of subjects are complemented by a myriad of co-curricular and other activities such as service activities, public speaking and debating, sports and the coaching of sports, music and drama productions, band and orchestra, chess, photography, Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, outdoor activities, camps, retreats and much more.  

For more information on the subjects offered, please view the Year 11 and 12 Student Handbook

Bursaries also available 

Bursaries are offered to support students who may not otherwise have the financial means to attend the College. The Bursary program has enabled young men, from all walks of life, to receive the benefits of a Marist education. Click here for more information and the eligibility criteria for a bursary. 

2019 ATAR Results 

The College acknowledges and congratulates the Class of 2019 on their very positive academic results. 

The College had many high achievers with: 

These are pleasing results and ensures many doors are open in deciding pathways for the future.