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Upcoming events and news for Weeks 4 and 5.
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Congratulations to Aryana Niyakan-Safy (2023 Dux) and Jasmine Evans (2023 Runner-Up Dux)
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This year, our focus revolves around the 2024 College theme: "Spes," a powerful word that encapsulates the...
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Upcoming events and information.
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This year our Swimming Carnival will return to Dickson pool on Tuesday 12 March. The House Captains will let our students know...

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Each year we hold a Year 11 Conference to support our new senior students transition into Year 11.

The Conference is...

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Next year, Merici College will celebrate 65 years since first opening its doors in 1959. To celebrate this milestone, a 65th...

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Thanks so much everyone for your support and getting involved all our co-curricular clubs!
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As a Merici Community, we celebrate the transformative power of hope, recognizing it as a guiding force that...
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A reminder about what to put in your red landfill bin.
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International Arts and Culture Day

Year 7 and 8 students had a fun and immersive day experiencing a range of international arts and cultural traditions. We welcomed an Alumni guest speaker from the class of 2002, Esther Sainsbury, and guest presenters for Kung Fu, Latin Dance and Indonesian culture and dance. Students participated in hands-on workshops in the afternoon, gaining an appreciation of cultural significance.

Year 10 Awards Ceremony

Principal's Address

November 2023

Today we gather to celebrate the end of the academic calendar in a year of challenges, joys and the building of a culture that celebrates and nurtures a n inclusive and vibrant community. We also take this opportunity to recognise the successes, strength, resilience and passion exhibited by our young women in 2023. So much has been achieved, both academically and more broadly, by our students who have had the courage to serve our community whilst honouring their own dreams and capabilities.

Advent Mass 2023

Principal's Address

November 2023

Good morning everyone and how blessed are we to celebrate such a wondrous mass together. This morning we have marked the advent of Christ – we await, with hope and eagerness, His arrival as our saviour.

Thank you, Fr Emil, for leading us, in community, so beautifully.

 Thank you to Ms Harrold -Carter who brought us together in community (as you have done so with great energy and creativity all year, your first with us).