FOUNDATION

Building a sense of community and a strong tradition and taking it to the next level

Br Mark May Bursary Fund

The Br Mark May Bursary Fund provides support to families who are experiencing financial difficulties and are unable to provide their sons with a Marist education.

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Marcellin Hall

The Marcellin Hall development is a significant one for the Marist College Canberra community providing, for the first time, a venue that can house the entire Junior and Senior School students and staff under one roof.

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Brothers Way Bollard

Alongside Marcellin Hall, the College has constructed The Brothers Way, a Walk of Appreciation. A Brothers Way bollard can be purchased by making a tax deductible donation to the Capital Appeal Fund.

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Bursaries and Capital Appeal Fund

The Marist College Canberra Foundation was established to provide support to not only the future development of the College, but to those students who otherwise would not have the opportunity to experience a Marist education.

Your support of the Marist College Canberra Foundation will tangibly assist others to participate in the unique education that we offer as a Catholic school in the Marist tradition.                     

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“A Marist school is a centre of learning, of life, and of evangelising. As a school, it leads students “to learn to know, to be competent, to live together and most especially, to grow as persons.” As a Catholic school, it is a community setting in which faith, hope and love are lived and communicated, and in which students are progressively initiated into their life-long challenge of harmonising faith, culture and life. As a Catholic school in the Marist tradition, it adopts Marcellin’s approach to educating children and youth, in the way of Mary.”
In the Footsteps of Marcellin Champagnat, Page 49

The Marist tradition of education is holistic and outwardly focussed on communicating values. It embraces Marcellin's philosophy that: “to bring up children properly, we must love them, and love them all equally”.
In the Footsteps of Marcellin Champagnat, Page 43