Through all aspects of the College our young men’s talents are fostered and developed for the lifelong service to others.
As well as daily teaching and reinforcement within our learning community our students are active in the wider community through a range of social justice and service projects that make a difference to the lives of others. This is evident by our biennial run for CanTeen, our Student Volunteer Organisation, World Challenge and our Year 10 community service days.
We take great pride in developing Catholic leaders of the future within our Marist tradition. Leadership opportunities are provided across all levels of the College as we create an environment where students are supported to lead and learn about themselves whilst they develop into leaders of our wider community.
Our Student Leaders foster the Catholic spirit in our school and strive to make our school a better place for those who follow them whilst embedding the traditions and values of those who have been before.
Our students are privileged to have access to the Marist Youth Leader and Young Marist Neighbours programmes which supplement school leadership and mentoring programmes.