Our College Enrol at Marist


Applications are being accepted for new enrolments to the College in Years 4, 5, 6, 7 and 11 for 2018.

Enrolments for other year groups are accepted throughout the year. Places are offered subject to availability. Please view our Prospectus or browse the site to find out more about our College.

Marist College Canberra Prospectus
Apply for Enrolment today using our Enrolment Form. When preparing an application, please refer to the applicable Enrolment Fee, and complete and submit the attached Enrolment Application Payment Form.

Our 2017 School Fee Schedule is available here. All new families to the College are required to pay their fees and levies by instalments via Direct Debit from a bank account or a credit card. A Direct Debit Authority Form is available here.

The College offers bursaries to financially disadvantaged families. Click here for more information.

The College operates a bus service for students living on the northside of Canberra that covers areas in and around Gungahlin, Belconnen, O'Connor, Ainslie and Campbell. Passes are issued on a first come basis. More information is available here.

A School for Boys

While young men and boys can and do excel in many types of educational institutions, schools for boys focus with intention on learning that addresses not only how to excel in academics but also how to grow into a man of integrity and empathy. See the attached brochure, which is based on international research, to better understand the value of a boy’s school education for your son.

One of the important advantages of a single-sex education is the opportunity it presents to create a learning environment, literally and figuratively, that accommodates what boys and young men need.

Have questions?

Additional information can be obtained from the College Registrar on (02) 6298 7200 or by emailing Marist College Canberra Enrolments.

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