Marist Schools

A Marist school is a centre of learning, of life, and of evangelising. As a school, it leads students “to learn to know, to be competent, to live together, and most especially, to grow as persons”. As a Catholic school, it is a community setting in which faith, hope and love are lived and communicated, and in which students are progressively initiated into their life-long challenge of harmonising faith, culture and life. As a Catholic school in the Marist tradition, it adopts Marcellin’s approach to educating children and youth, in the way of Mary.

As Marist of Champagnat, we are committed to the Global Compact on Education promoted and launched by Pope Francis to facilitate a renewed commitment to the education of children and young people

In response to the call of the XXII General Chapter to walk as a global family and to carry out this message, the General Council took the decision to promote the project of launching an international network of schools to strengthen the Marist educational mission. Accompanied by the General Council, this great challenge has been entrusted to the Bureau of Education and Evangelisation.