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Congratulations Brianna Farrell (Year 10) on receiving the Hockey ACT U21 Women Significant Contribution to Hockey...
16 hours 55 min ago
Upcoming events for Term 3 Week 10 and Term 4 Week 1.
18 hours 30 min ago
Earlier in Term 3, a number of students in Years 9-12 sat the Australian National Chemistry Quiz
20 hours 40 min ago
Merici College Year 9 and 10 Defence students participated in a combined schools’ Defence Activity session at B-Firm...
1 day 14 hours ago
In our #YearofYouth we continue to explore ways to discover new horizons to experience #Joy.
2 days 14 hours ago
It was a wonderful day at Floriade on Saturday 15 December where our Dance Troupe performed for the community.
2 days 15 hours ago

Year 7 Information Night 2019

An information evening will be held for students enrolled in Year 7 2019...

18 hours 18 min ago

The Catholic Schools Youth Ministry Australia (CSYMA) program is continuing at Merici College as part of Archbishop...

18 hours 20 min ago

Balgo House Day

Balgo House Day will be celebrated on Monday 24 September during the Pastoral Care...

18 hours 22 min ago
A group of 15 students and 3 accompanying teachers from Tieyi School in Xi’an, China came to Merici College on 31 Aug...
16 hours 34 min ago
"Make your Mark "Dance Fest...
17 hours 13 min ago
A full weekend of sport is coming up!
18 hours 5 min ago

What our parents are saying about Merici!

We recently asked our parent community what they like most about Merici College. Here's what they had to say:

The culture at Merici was what attracted us to enrol our daughter. The school environment is very inclusive and provides opportunities for students to achieve. The students are well-balanced, and our two enrolled daughters are very happy to be part of the Merici community. Year 7 Parent

My daughters thoroughly enjoy participating in the numerous co-curricular activities on offer at the College. Year 9 Parent

CONTEMPORARY DANCE WORKSHOP

On Tuesday 6 June, the Year 9 and 10 Dance students were privileged to participate in a contemporary dance workshop, led by two independent dance artists and recent graduates of the Victorian College of the Arts, Jack Riley and Olivia McPherson.

Jack and Olivia began the workshop by leading students through a warmup and a series of travelling and floor exercises. Emphasis was on activating one’s core and softening the legs to get close to the floor. The class progressed to movement phrases which were fast, fluid and connected. The students’ confidence grew as the class went on.

Memories@Merici with Nicolette Marks, Class of 2008

Up, Close and Personal with Nicolette Marks

I graduated from Merici in 2008. The values I developed over the six years I attended Merici set me on an incredible path, which exceeded all my expectations. I gained multiple academic qualifications, I studied in Iceland and New Zealand, I was the only Aussie involved in world first research in Antarctica and I have travelled to almost 80 countries. I love exploring and globetrotting, but the strong sense of loyalty and pride Merici instilled in me, always draws me back to Canberra, to my family and community

A Reflection from Sr Genny Ryan osu from the Australian Ursulines

Once upon a time……

in the year 1474 a girl named Angela Merici was born in the tiny farming village of Dezenzano situated on the shores of Lake Garda in Italy.

Now, today, the 26th May 2017, 543 years later we gather to celebrate Angela’s life and to give thanks to God for the extraordinary person she was… but Angela Merici would be quick to say “no more wonderful than each of you – the students, staff, parents and friends of Merici College, Braddon.”

Merici's Year 10 Engineering Team wins Da Vinci Decathlon!

We congratulate the Da Vinci Competition team members who competed yesterday in the Elite Da Vinci competition at Knox Grammar School in Sydney. The competition was incredibly competitive, there were 1300 students from the best schools in Sydney and the surrounding area! Both the Year 9 and Year 10 teams worked incredibly hard and achieved good results, however as you can imagine with so many top grammar and selective schools it’s very difficult to even reach the top 25%.