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Marcellin College, BulleenCompare
School Facts
School sector:Non-government
School type:Secondary school
Gender:Single Sex-Boy
Total student:1272 (boy:1272, girl:0)
Total staff:105
Student attendance:
None-english student:
ICSEA value:
1104, ranks No.364 More ICSEA Ranking...
ICSEA distribution:
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VCE rank:No.125 (2015), No.100 (2014), No.118 (2013), No.119 (2012), No.133 (2011), No.133 (2010), No.132 (2009), No.142 (2008)
Address:160 Bulleen Road Bulleen VIC 3105
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Phone:03 9851 1589

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Marcellin College is a Catholic secondary school for boys conducted by the Marist Brothers in Bulleen in Melbourne's east. The College enrols over 1200 boys from parishes in the eastern and north-eastern suburbs. Guided by the educational and spiritual phi... more
Student Assessment
Year 7553530545550569185
Year 9595600586597612152
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
Tuition Fees in 2012
Year LevelPer Year
Year 7$7,910
Year 8$7,910
Year 9$7,770
Year 10$8,310
Year 11$8,310
Year 12$8,310
By Employee - 24 Nov 2017, Rate: bad
Having worked at Marcellin I have had the chance to see behind the scenes and it's not pretty. The school is quite poorly managed and very unorganised. The education programs are under resourced and as a result under developed. It's basically just teachers flying by the seat of there pants. Ok I'll be fair I'm quite sure that not all the classes are like that but I would say that the average is quite low. At least not much if at all better than a public school. The staff are for the most part quite hard working they have to be to pick up all the slack in the poorly established systems. It's seriously like they've never done this before and are like, "Ahh what ever we'll work it out on the day".
On the up side the kids love it there, mostly I would guess because they mostly get to just do what ever they want.
By Student - 10 Sep 2017, Rate: bad
From throwing food at lunch and recess trying to hit a student in the back of their head (or on their blazer) to incompetent staff and students, as well as talking back at teachers and averaging low...low marks on tests!! Words can't describe my feelings for this poorly-overpriced school. The older year levels (year 9 and above) make the lower years feel down and gloomy.
Many parents believe that the school does well, ranging from good marks to discipline, well as a student from Marcellin College I can assure you from now that that is not the case....don't send your child here. The less people attending the better. Only so the principle can see the drastic result in change (money wise) and then maybe...just maybe the school will actually cull.
If the school does decide to cull, at least 2/3 of the students would have to leave.
Please take my word. I swear on the Holy bible that all the above information is correct.
If read to this point, thank you for your time.
- From a student
By Parent - 06 Jun 2017, Rate: excellent
Not a parent - an older sister, my little brother goes there and he seems to like it
Growing up so fast -.-
- leonie
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