De La Salle Catholic College Ashfield
De La Salle College Ashfield, established in 1916, is a Regional Catholic Boys’ school which challenges young men to realize their full potential in the true spirit of our founder, St John Baptist de La Salle. We are committed to providing an education that is built on a 300 year old Lasallian tradition; an education that is academically rigorous, spiritually challenging and physically exciting. We believe that this education develops young boys into men of action, integrity, compassion and self-discipline.
The College focuses on ‘Education towards Responsibility’ and challenges each students
To Be The Best Man They Can Be – ESTO VIR!.
LaSalle Catholic College Bankstown
LaSalle Catholic College is situated in Bankstown and is run in the tradition of St John Baptist de la Salle. Founded in 1999 to offer a catholic education to students of the Bankstown area, the school is rich in history, tradition, faith and quality teaching and learning. The College offers education to boys from Year 7 through to HSC in Year 12 and will commence co-education from 2016 with the intake of girls into Year 7.
Marist College Kogarah
Marist College Kogarah was founded in 1909 and has a proud and rich tradition based on the teachings of the French educator Saint Marcellin Champagnat. Since that time the College has continued to expand, and today the College population has grown to over 1,000 students.
The College strives for a culture of excellence in all areas, both academic and sporting. It was a foundation member of the MCC. Throughout its history Marist College Kogarah has produced notable graduates who have gone on to serve their community in religious life, politics, education, medicine and sport. These include Cardinal Norman Gilroy the first Australian born Cardinal, Ray Lindwall – who was a member of the famous ‘Invincibles’ captained by Don Bradman. More recent examples include; Olympic basketball player, Annie Burgess, from the College’s co-educational years, Robert Stone, George Ndaira and Keith Galloway to name a few.
Christian Brothers’ High School Lewisham
Christian Brothers’ High School Lewisham is a Catholic school in the Edmund Rice Tradition catering for boys in Years 5 to 12. The school was established in 1891 and under the guidance of the Christian Brothers initiated a fine reputation and tradition based on the development and achievement in academic, spiritual, cultural and sporting areas. The school prides itself on striving to develop the talents of each boy to the best of his ability in all aspects of school life as well as fostering team spirit within each student through active participation in the school’s co-curricular activities.
Christian Brothers’ High School Lewisham was one of the foundation members of the MCC Sports Association and has actively supported the Association since its inception. Competition records indicate the first MCC swimming carnival was held some one hundred years ago in 1915 and Christian Brothers’ High School Lewisham participated and was successful in many events. Since the initial six schools came together to form the MCC, Christian Brothers’ High School Lewisham has fielded students in all codes especially in the sports of Athletics, Cricket, Basketball, Touch Football, Squash, Golf, Tennis, Swimming, Volleyball, Rugby League and Football.
Marist College North Shore
In the light of Marcellin Champagnat, Marist education began on the North Shore in 1888. Marist Brothers Mosman and Marist Brothers North Sydney amalgamated in 1965, forming Marist College North Shore as it currently stands.
As we celebrate over 125 years of education, we continue to strive to be young men who are good Christians and responsible citizens who endeavour for presence, simplicity, family spirit, a love of our work and always in the way of Mary, Mother of God. Our College motto ‘Virtus Ubique Vincit’, Courage Conquers All, is demonstrated in every aspect of our College life, not just on the sporting field.
Champagnat Catholic College Pagewood
Champagnat Catholic College Pagewood is a Catholic secondary school for boys in years 7 through 12, located in Maroubra, New South Wales in Australia. It was founded in 1961 by the Marist Brothers, a Catholic order of teaching brothers founded in France in the early nineteenth century by Saint Marcellin Champagnat.
The College, after being known as Marist College Pagewood for over 50 years, changed to Champagnat Catholic College Pagewood in 2014 as part of a range of organisational and educational changes initiated by the College.
Marcellin College Randwick
Marcellin College Randwick has been educating boys in the Marist tradition since 1923. Located in Randwick in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, the College has currently over 970 students from Years 7 – 12, and seeks to develop the confidence, capacity and competency of all of students as they mature from boyhood to manhood.
Marcellin College aspires to excellence and encourages an appreciation for lifelong learning so that boys can continually attain skills and knowledge in order to live a fulfilled and meaningful life.
Holy Cross College Ryde
Holy Cross College Ryde is a Catholic school, Years 7-12, founded in the tradition of the Patrician Brothers in 1891. In former generations, Holy Cross was a Year 5-12 school and also a boarding College serving student from all the way along the east coast of Australia as far north as Papua New Guinea (part of Australia at the time) and from all parts of metropolitan and rural New South Wales. Today, Holy Cross is lay led, but remains closely linked to the other four Patrician schools in Australia, all in the west of Sydney.
Holy Cross College was a founder member of the MCC in 1915 (known until around 1930 as the Great Metropolitan Colleges). Holy Cross continued to play in MCC competitions until 1954 when, with just four students in its leaving Certificate year, it no longer had the player depth or strength to compete in MCC competition. Holy Cross was welcomed back into the MCC association of schools in 2013, the occasion marked by the incorporation of the Patrician celtic cross into a redesigned MCC Crest. Now a strong sporting school with over 600 students, Holy Cross is proud to be a founding member of the MCC, the oldest Catholic school sporting association in Australia.