In 2015, MCP will begin the transition from a boys Years 7 – 10 College to the first Co-educational Catholic Secondary College in the St. George Region catering for students from Years 7 – 12. In 2015, Year 7 will be the first co-educational cohort, whilst boys will transition into Year 11 to become the first HSC class in the College’s history.
At MCP, we seek to animate our delivery of teaching, learning and wellbeing as one which is innovative, creative and rigorous underpinned by contemporary and relevant practice. The College also seeks to provide our young women and men with a tailored, personalised learning pathway that will give them the very best opportunity for a successful career. In the process, we will challenge and inspire them to reach the plan God has for them, to let their gift and talents shine and ensure their hope and aspirations are fulfilled.
Over the course of the next year we are commencing our building program, which will provide state of the art facilities with contemporary learning spaces ready for 2015. It is a significant time in the journey of our College and we look forward to sharing our vision and our educational experience with the local community.
Thank you for the overwhelming support to our Parent Information Evening held on the evening of 15th October 2013. Over 300 people were in attendance, indicative of the support, for our journey to a Year 12 Co-educational College.
Please refer to the latest news for current enrolment information.
Marist College Penshurst is a boys’ secondary college of approximately 500 students where the teachers know the students as individuals and are attuned to their needs and development. The College fosters the Marist traditions in that it has a strong family spirit, hard work is respected, and good relationships are developed.
The College aims to develop young men of faith, who have a sense of independence and who are prepared to make a positive difference in their world. The College motto is 'Agnoscere et Diligere' which means 'To Know and To Love'. Boys at MCP are here to know and love God.
Mr Tony Duncan
Principal of Marist College Penshurst