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The theme for 2020 is Building Futures. We hope that the students focus on building their futures not only as...
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Over the past 8 years we have undertaken a school-wide plan to increase academic and practical outcomes for all our...
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Merici College congratulates Rosemary Zielinski, Year 12 2019 on her exemplary academic results and achieving the...
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Awards are given in five categories: Community Services, Vocational Studies, Academic Excellence, Aboriginal and Torres...
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We congratulate all our Graduands for 2019 on their outstanding academic results.
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We look forward to welcoming you to Merici College for Year 7 in 2020!.
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Term Dates for 2020

Please note the school dates for 2020 below:

Term 1            First Day...

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End of Semester Information for Year 10 students

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End of Semester Information for Year 12 students

The next few weeks are very important for our Year 12...

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At this time of year the regular Green Tip readers will know already to think carefully about what you buy in order to...
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Student Achievement - Eleanor Coleman awarded the Audrey Fagan Young Women's Grant

Congratulations to Merici College Eleanor Coleman, Year 11 who was awarded the Audrey Fagan's Enrichment Grant, presented to her by the ACT Minister for Women Yvette Berry. The Audrey Fagan Young Women’s Enrichment Grants highlight the ACT Government’s commitment to the development of opportunities for young women. This supports the Government’s efforts in creating a community where women are safe, healthy, equally represented, and valued for their contribution to society.


What is the IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) Personal Project?

The Personal Project is one of the most exciting parts of the IB MYP journey. It is mostly completed in Year 10 (from 2021) and involves students synthesising their learning and skills from the MYP to develop a project that they are passionate about that uses a process of inquiry and reflection. Students define goals based on personal interests, they develop a set of success criteria to evaluate themselves against while reflecting on the process.

Principal's Blog - Adolescent Mental Health and Wellbeing

In my six years as a Principal, I have been troubled by the rise in the number of students diagnosed with mental health issues.  Only yesterday, an article in our local paper highlighted that 1 in 4 students were struggling with a mental health issue and 1 in 7 students has had an episode in the past 12 months.

Anxiety, stress, relationship conflict, body image, grief, addiction and suicidal ideation – all are on the rise.


The uniform shop is open on Tuesdays 8am-11am and Thursdays 2pm-4pm. To assist in meeting your needs prior to the start of the 2020 school year, the shop will be open from 9.00am – 1.00pm on the following days:


Saturday 30 November

Saturday 7 December

Monday 16 December

Wednesday 22 January

Thursday 23 January

Friday 24 January

Tuesday 28 January


For all information on uniform requirements, please visit www.merici.college.


IB – Middle Years Programme (MYP) – Service and Action

IB – Middle Years Programme (MYP) – Service and Action

Do you know what the requirements are for Service and Action in the IB MYP? Merici has a fantastic service learning program that promotes authentic service experiences. This aligns well with the IB requirements for Service and Action and you can see below how the IB MYP 7 service learning outcomes align with our Christ-centred outcomes. Read more..