All of our students remain a part of our community after they graduate, as Marist Old Scholars. We encourage all of our Marist Old Scholars to stay connected with us and to attend our annual reunions.
Kalori or “Message Stick”. Over tens of thousands of years, message sticks were commonly used by our ancestors as one means of communicating between different Aboriginal tribes/nations. The Kalori has been the traditional way of passing on our College messages since 1972. All material in Kalori is a reflection and celebration of the year shared by the Marist Regional College Community.
The Marist Regional College Archives collection dates from 1959 when the College first opened as St James Marist College.
Our students put their faith into action by participating in a range of ministries and services.