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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:
94%
None-english student:
14%
ICSEA value:
1104, ranks No.364 More ICSEA Ranking...
ICSEA distribution:
Bottom quarterMiddle quartersTop quarter
6%14%42%39%
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)
Website:http://www.marcellin.vic.edu.au
Location:Bulleen
Address:160 Bulleen Road Bulleen VIC 3105
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Phone:03 9851 1589

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School Comment
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
ReadingWritingSpellingGrammarNumeracyRank
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
Reviews
By Parent - 22 Nov 2018, Rate: poor
A parent of a Marcellin boy have to say this school is not what it is made out to be. I don't really know what we are paying these over piced fees for. Some teachers just don't care about the student's wellfare and they pride on "we care about the student's wellbeing" what a lot of bull. If your child is not academically there you are wasting your time sending your child there, this school is only concerned about the marks and receiving the fee money. I had a parent tell me that at there Valedictory Dinner for year 12's they only mentioned the boys which have excelled that year and that she was ready to get up and go because she was sick of hearing the same names called over and over. What about the boys who excelled in other areas. The school is so unorganized, before choosing a school for your son please look at the reviews, the tours at Marcellin are all rehearsed to make the school look so impressive. I can go on and on but at the end it is your choice, please make the right one.
By Alumnus - 29 Aug 2018, Rate: poor
Just finished Year 12 at Marcellin. A school not worth the money and not any better than most public schools. Staff is so awfully unorganized and communication between teachers and students/parents is non existent which is why half the time us students have no idea what is going on. (Even the teachers themselves are clueless.)
The principal worries more over the state of the ovals, rather than the actual learning facilities and (touchwood) if a school emergency such as fire was to occur, most of the uptight staff would rather ensure the students shirts were tucked in, rather than getting the kids to safety.
The learning coordinators will make Marcellin seem like such a grand school but honestly throughout my six years at the school, I witnessed so many students and staff leave because they were so unhappy at Marcellin.
Personally, I would send your kids to another school, Marcellin has turned into a big joke of a college.
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.
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