Marist Sisters' College Woolwich
66A Woolwich Road
Tel: 02 9816 2041
Fax: 02 9816 5143
Email: info@mscw. catholic.edu.au
Religious Affiliation: Catholic
Learning Extension: Yes
International Students: Yes
Marist Sisters’ College Woolwich (MSCW) is a systemic Catholic girls’ high school for Years 7 – 12 which combines over 100 years of Marist Sisters’ tradition with a dynamic learning environment designed for contemporary learning.
Our facilities and location
As Sydney’s only waterfront girls’ school the College enjoys an idyllic location looking out onto Lane Cove River and set amongst beautiful gardens. A recent building program has delivered a new library and state-of-the-art music classrooms. The current building program will provide enhanced drama technology and hospitality facilities as well as balconies overlooking the river.
Our learning opportunities
A wide-ranging curriculum includes technology creative arts and languages. Vocational courses are also offered in Business Services Hospitality and Entertainment industry.
Our achievements (2011)
Academic• HSC: 86% of courses above state average. Highlights - Dance 100% in top 2 bands Modern History 100% Band 4 or above English Standard 82% Band 4 or above Music Course 1 100% in top 2 bands Visual Arts 86% in top 2 bands Business Services<% Band 4 or above• School Certificate: English 97% Band 4 or above mathematics 36 accelerated Year 9 students science 84% Band 4 or above australian Geography 82% Band 4 or above• Inner west Minds on Maths champions (Year 7 & 8)Sport• National Dragon Boating champions• MCCS Soccer Champions (Junior & Intermediate)• CGSSSA Soccer Champions (Junior & Senior)• MCCS Netball Champions (Year 7 & 10)PerformanceCGSSSA Dance Champions in Hip-Hop rd place in JazzOther• Junior Aggregate Trophy winners in debating (CSDA)• 3Rd place National Robotics Championships (Dance)
Our welfare and personal development
Pastoral care is a key strength at MSCW ensuring an environment that is caring safe yet challenging. The House system cares for each individual and girls are encouraged to take up leadership positions within it. Other leadership opportunities include Woolwich Student Union (WSU) amica peer support liturgy and Social Justice. The strict uniform policy aims to develop pride and dignity within each girl.
Please contact us to find out about our next Open Day or to discuss Enrolment and visiting the school.
Our offers of Enrolment are made towards the end of Term 2 each year.
Occasionally vacancies may exist in Years 8-12. Further information is available by contacting the Registrar at email@example.com