Marymede Catholic College, South Morang VIC







Established: 2006

Principal: Tim Newcomb

Address: 60 Williamsons Road, South Morang 3752


Key Information


141 Teaching

65 Non Teaching


$6,104 (Year 7)

$6,757 (Year 12)

VCE Subjects



Italian & Japanese


VET Available

About our school

Marymede Catholic College is a young and vibrant school community. We aspire, in the way of Mary, to give students a passion for life, a love of learning and a determination to be of service to others. Through our mission and values, we are committed to recognising and developing the unique potential of every student preparing them to adapt to change in the world we are living in. As a result, our curriculum nurtures the individual to achieve fullness of life through a balanced emphasis on
academic, spiritual, social, emotional and physical wellbeing.

Teachers and facilities provide students with every opportunity to develop their own interests and skills. An education at Marymede incorporates the latest technology, delivered by educators who deeply care about student outcomes, within an environment that stimulates and encourages excellence. In an exciting development for the Doreen and surrounding communities, Marymede Catholic College will open a new campus in Doreen commencing with Year 7 in 2024. Like our South Morang campus, the College will place a strong, dual emphasis on personal endeavour and pastoral care, guiding its graduates to enter adulthood with confidence, self-esteem and the skills to successfully tackle life’s challenges.

Quick Facts

  • Highly engaged staff and differentiated teaching styles, which support diverse educational, physical, social and spiritual needs
  • Student Wellbeing program, including on-staff psychologists and Wellbeing Centre
  • Purpose-built for education in the 21st century, with state-of-the-art facilities
  • Learning Diversity Support to inspire and challenge students
  • Enhanced Learning Program for students with strong academic aptitude and exemplary approach to studies
  • Inclusive leadership opportunities that draw on student participation
    and consultation, and an extensive co-curricular program

More from the school


  • Chapel
  • Arts/Visuals Arts Centres x 2
  • Performing Arts Centre
  • Design & Technology Centre
  • Food Technology Centre
  • Secondary Specialist Centre
  • Resource Centre
  • Student Wellbeing Centre
  • Mutli-purpose Areas x 4
  • Track & Field Complex
  • Skills Centre (future)
  • VCE Classroom Wing
  • Basketball Courts x 5
  • Weights/Circuit Room
  • Gymnasium
  • Soccer Pitch
  • Auditorium
  • Science Labs x 6
  • Music Centre
  • IT Labs x4
  • Sporting Ovals x 2
  • Canteen

2021 NAPLAN Results

Year Reading Writing Spelling Grammar Numeracy
Year 3 431 422 427 427 398
Year 5 509 479 493 505 488
Year 7 557 534 562 541 558
Year 9 574 571 598 596 575

This table above shows the average student results for the year 2021. Data sourced from:

2022 NAPLAN Results

Year Reading Writing Spelling Grammar Numeracy
Year 3 434 426 434 441 414
Year 5 514 481 508 510 505
Year 7 545 529 553 541 551

This table above shows the average student results for the year 2022. Data sourced from:


University enrolled: 57%
TAFE/VET enrolled 22%
Employment 12%

Campus Locations

Main Campus

60 Williamsons Road, South Morang, 3752

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