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In a morning rich with symbols I want to focus on what green represents: it is the colour of life, renewal, nature,...
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Congratulations to all our Year 12 students for their excellent academic results..
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This evening marks a significant moment in the lives of everyone here, especially in the lives of the Class of 2022.
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The word I have chosen is LEADERSHIP.
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Minh Huynh
I have fond memories of the time I spent at Merici College.
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Tracy Keeley
Tracy grew up in Canberra and is a proud graduate of Merici College in 1982.
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The Principal and Staff of Merici College request the pleasure of your company to attend the Year 12 Formal on Friday 2...

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End of Year Academic Dates Senior BSSS Students

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We look forward to meeting you and your family in the future. Please stay connected and register your interest for enrolment...

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Congratulations and best wishes to our Class of 2022.#mericipride
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It is hard to believe that we are in the final weeks of the 2022 school year, and the festive season is knocking on our...
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Counsellor's Corner - October is Mental Health Month

Welcome back to our students and families - I hope you are all feeling refreshed and ready to embark on the last leg of the 2022 school year!

Before we plough into what is sure to be a very busy and exciting term, I invite you to take a moment to reflect on the status of your wellbeing and to draw attention to any areas that could do with improvement.

Our wellbeing is the balance of our physical, mental, social, and emotional health. When we take care of these aspects of our lives, we build a positive sense of self and support our mental health.

Merici College Green Tip # 31 - 2022 Lettuce Sale

Get ready!  Following the first lettuce sale last year and due to popular demand, the lettuces will be back.

Collection Day: Tuesday Week 5 (8 November) 1:00pm-3:15pm or by arrangement to felicity.maher@merici.act.edu.au.  

200 punnets will be available at $6 each, or $42 for a tray of 8 punnets.

Please click here to find the order form.


Felicity Maher

Sustainability Officer

Counsellor's Corner - Taking care of your wellbeing these school holidays

As a busy Term 3 draws to a close and the perks of having two weeks break edges closer, the Merici Community looks forward to a period of rest, recovery, and rejuvenation. It is important to take this time as an opportunity to slow down, breathe and prepare to finish the year off with some positive Merici flair. 

Merici College Green Tip #30 - It's National Biodiversity Month

September is National Biodiversity Month.

Biodiversity is the variety of all life forms on earth – the different plants, animals and micro-organisms, and the ecosystems that are their homes.

Here at Merici we are continuing with the Biodiversity Restoration and Re-Wilding Project. 

Why does this matter?

Australia is one of a group of only 17 ‘mega-diverse’ countries. These mega-diverse countries cover less than 10% of the world’s area but have more than 70% of its biodiversity.

International Day of Peace, “End Racism – Build Peace”

Today, we join the efforts of the United Nations by advocating a world free of racism and discrimination. We start here, in our classrooms, in all we do and say, in our hearts. We want a world where  “compassion and empathy overcome suspicion and hatred”.  The 2022 theme of the International Day of Peace is “End Racism – Build Peace”.

2023 Student Leadership Team

We congratulate our elected College Captains, Specialist Captains, House Captains and Vice Captains on their appointments and look forward to their leadership in 2023.

Specialist Captains

College Captain: Raechel McKinnon

College Vice Captain: Matilda Hanley

Spirituality: Tahlia Hancock

Student Representative Council: Ruby Alexander

Sport & Well-Being: Alyssa Smith

Arts & Culture: Sophie Blackburn

Transitions: Chloe Rushton

Sustainability: Matilda Ross

Social Justice: Anna Jadeer