It is with deep regret that I advise of the passing of our good friend and schoolmate Peter Robbie.Read More
All who have studied Australian History at Marcellin have learned that back in the convict days the worst of the worst were sent to a miserable fate upon Norfolk Island. Michael Hehir, Marcellin's very first School Captain, has contributed to community life on this tranquil island and has held a number of statutory appointments,Read More
After achieving his Doctorate in Philosophy at the age of 64, Alan has continued to enrich his life by volunteering. He recently spent some time in India with Habitat for Humanity.Read More
Old Collegian Martin Pollard was dux of Marcellin College in 1956. The career he followed has meant that 300 Victorians who may otherwise have been killed on our roads, are still alive and enjoying life.Read More
Peter Ditchburn left Australia in 1968, little knowing he would never live in Australia again….Read More
Michael Hehir holds a couple of records at Marcellin. And thinks he may even hold a third!Read More
Last Friday (Nov 29, 2013) the school hosted it's inaugural Business Breakfast.
It was a great success, and met with plenty of positive feedback.Read More
Richard Olive, one of Marcellin's Canterbury Roaders, has kindly volunteered to liaise with various members of the Old Marcellin community, and produce a series of short articles.Read More
On behalf of the Old Collegians, I wish to extend deepest sympathies to the DiMarzio family for the sudden passing of Mario Di Marzio. (OC1981). Mario is survived by his wife Larra and his two children Lia and Andrew.Read More
Things have changed since 1950!Read More
On Nov 9, 2013, a little piece of Marcellin history was made when six members from the same family took to the cricket fieldRead More
Peter Ruddock and Richard Olive are both proudly 'Canterbury Roaders'.Read More
Read about John Telfer and his latest achievement.Read More
Past Marcellin College School Captain (1954-1967) Alan O'Connor was recently awarded a Doctor of Philosophy in the School of Management at the University of South Australia at age 64.
The thesis title was: 'Indigenous enterprises and entrepreneurship in remote Anangu communities.'
Alan found it a fascinating way to transition from work. It involved numerous trips to Ernabella and Alice Springs where he worked on developing and researching 4 small community enterprises on the APY lands of South Australia.
Alan was quoted "I have fond memories of Marcellin and thank the school for giving me such a wonderful start to my education."
Leo Oswald recently passed away and his funeral was attended by some past students from Marcellin College. He was formerly Br Evangelist and taught at both Assumption and Marcellin Colleges (1960-61).
Leo's great nephews Nicholas and Patrick Walker (Nick 1992-1996) Patrick (1995-2000) attended Marcellin College.