Marcellin College Randwick

Aeterna Non Caduca | The Eternal Not The Transitory

 

Old Boys

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The Ex-students' Association was founded in 1928, five years after the foundation of the College. The aims of the Association are to promote amongst members interest, loyalty and devotion to the College, assist in its growth and development and also to assist in the work of furthering the wellbeing and education of its students wherever possible. One noticeable feature of the Association is the Annual Mass and Luncheon, where ex-students and former teachers and Brothers come together to worship and then renew acquaintances and reminisce about school days. This event is held every year in August, with details of the date announced via the College newsletter and website.

 

 


 

OFFICE BEARERS

President - Mr Michael Daley MP

Vice-President - Mr Adam Poche

Treasurer - Mr Clinton McDonald

School Contact - Mrs Sharon Elliot

Staff Representative - Mr Luke MacNamara

 

COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Ken Johnston, Kyle Howes, Phil Stivano, Ben Bayot, Stephen Doran, Jamie Grant, Sharon Elliot, Shane Douglas and Nick Saady.

 

Marcellin College Old Boys Mass 2014

 

Past Copies of Yearbooks

Marcellin College has additional copies of previous Yearbooks. 

If you would like to obtain a copy, please email mcr-secretary@syd.catholic.edu.au, and a copy will be labelled for you or your son to collect from the College Front Office. Please note that you must organize to collect the yearbooks as they will not be posted.

Any ex-students wishing to advertise Old Boy reunions and such events are welcome to email mcr-secretary@syd.catholic.edu.au

 

Sydney Catholic College's privacy policy on photos of Old Boys

 


Class of 2017 Graduation Video link


 

Class of 2016 Graduation Video link


 

 Class of 2015 Graduation Video link 

   


 

Class of 2014 Graduation Video link

 

The Marcellin Graduate

They arrive as young boys dependent very much on their parents and their teachers; they depart as adults in the eyes of the law. Young men - citizens of the world. There is an impression that the Marcellin boy is cocooned on the eastern side of Anzac Parade. The challenge for him is that he sees beyond that into the broader world. He is a global citizen. He is called to reach out to others, to let go of any preoccupation with self. His destiny is, as
St Marcellin Champagnat foretold, to be a good Christian and good citizen.