St Patrick's MARIST COLLEGE is a great place for students to grow in faith and learning.

Led by caring staff committed to sharing the Catholic faith with students in partnership with families, our welcoming community supports students and staff to thrive. We value each student as an individual and share the values of the Gospel to help them discover the hope that is within and to experience a meaningful and flourishing life.

Students in our school come from a variety of religious backgrounds and beliefs - a student will not feel out of place if they do not share the Catholic faith.

Students with Bishop Vincent Long at St Patrick's Marist College Dundas


Celebrate being Catholic in identity and life
Share the Catholic faith with students in partnership with families
Build faith communities that support students and staff to flourish
Value each student as an individual
Share the values of the Gospel to help students grow in faith and learning
Are welcoming and just

Sharing our Catholic tradition

We ensure that students come to know Jesus Christ through the promotion of Catholic tradition and teaching. Faith experiences are woven throughout the life of the school and school values, and are realised within the Religious Education program, liturgy, prayer, reflection, religious symbolism, Feast Days, our College Youth Group and social justice activities to reach out to those most in need.

Our College community prays the Angelus (traditional midday prayer) together each day. In partnership with our local parish, there are also many chances to attend Mass. The College has a strong relationship with the local parish. This includes coming together for special celebrations and to support students to grow in faith.


We place great importance on the contribution of visual and performing arts to the liturgical life of our school. Live music, singing, drama, symbols, visual art works and liturgical movement are incorporated into celebrations, providing meaningful and relevant faith experiences for young people.

Our Catholic tradition


Ash Wednesday at St Patrick's Marist College Dundas


Our specialist teachers share their faith and example with students, helping them to flourish as they develop specific knowledge, understanding, skills and strong values, with Christ as the centre.

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Religious Education at St Patrick's Marist College Dundas


Our students are offered a wide variety of local community and global activities to help develop a sense of pride, respect and responsibility for themselves and others. We have a student-led social justice group, 'Chance for Change'.

The College is a family-like community focused on quality learning and teaching experiences that nurture and challenge each student to become an informed, deep thinker who acts with the compassion of Jesus and the reflective heart of Mary in creating a more just world.

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Social justice at St Patrick's Marist College Dundas

Our reconciliation strategy 

Schools in the Diocese of Parramatta are at the beginning of an important journey, endeavouring to make significant contributions to reconciliation within the community, locally and nationally.

Catholic Schools Parramatta Diocese (CSPD) recently launched its first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). We will be guided by the CSDP RAP as we work to embed practices that further support members of our learning community who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, engage meaningfully and respectfully with members of the local Aboriginal community, and make contributions to the national journey towards reconciliation.

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