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List of Marist Brothers schools

This is a list of schools at all levels founded by the Marist Brothers. The Marist Brothers is a Religious Institute founded by St. Marcellin Champagnat, with more than 3,500 Catholic Brothers dedicated "to make Jesus Christ known and loved through the education of young people, especially those most neglected".

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Name Founded City Country Academic Level Notes
Aquinas College, Adelaide 1950 North Adelaide, South Australia Australia Tertiary (university) residential college
Archbishop Molloy High School 1892 Briarwood, New York US High school
Assumption College 1893 Kilmore, Victoria Australia Secondary
Bishop Donahue Memorial High School 1955 McMechen, West Virginia US High school
Bunbury Catholic College 1897: St Josephs
1954: St Francis Xavier
1973: Amalgamation
Bunbury, Western Australia Australia High school Formed by merger of St. Francis Xaviers College (Marist Brothers) for boys and St Josephs College (Mercy Sisters) for girls. The College now Caters for Boys and Girls, Years 8 to 12 on the site of the old Marist Brothers College (St Francis Xavier)
Campion College 1960 Gisborne New Zealand Secondary
Catholic College Sale 1979 Sale, Victoria Australia High school Formed by merger of St. Patrick's College for Year 7 to Year 12 boys and Our Lady of Sion College for Year 7 to Year 12 girls
Catholic High School 1956 Petaling Jaya Malaysia High School
Central Catholic High School 1948 Lawrence, Massachusetts US High school
Centro Universitario Franco Mexicano de Monterrey (CUFM) 1958 Monterrey Mexico Junio & High school Third marist school in Monterrey
Champagnat Institute Suva Fiji
Champagnat School 1915 Buenos Aires City Argentina Kindergarten, Primary, Secondary, Tertiary
Christopher Columbus High School 1959 Miami, Florida US High school It was selected, for the fourth time in a row, as one of the "Top 50 Catholic High Schools" in the United States by the Catholic High School Honor Roll in 2008.
Colegio Cervantes 1937 Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico Primary and High school
Colegio Champagnat 1967 Villa Alemana Chile Primary and Secondary
Colegio Franco Mexicano 1925 Monterrey Mexico Kindergarten and elementary school Fist marist school in Monterrey
Colegio Marista 1960s Alajuela Costa Rica Primary and Secondary Also houses a support program for youths with special needs
Colégio Marista Arquidiocesano São Paulo, São Paulo Brazil
Colégio Marista Champagnat Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul Brazil
Colégio Marista de Carcavelos 1965 Lisbon Portugal All-in-one school
Colegio Marista El Salvador 1967 Manatí, Puerto Rico US
Colegio Marista Guaynabo 1963 Guaynabo, Puerto Rico US
Colegio Marista Hermano Fernando 2007 Alto Hospicio Chile Primary
Colegio Marista Pio XII 1958 Ponta Grossa, Parana Br
Colegio Marista San José 1951 León Spain Primary and High school
Colegio Marista San Vicente de Paúl 1952 David, Chiriquí Panama Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary school (High School) Closed 1996. School founded in 1952 by Brothers of Charity (St. Vincent de Paul), then taken by Marists Brothers (1969), and now under the Agustines OSA since 1997.
Colegio Morelos de Tepatitlán 1932 Tepatitlán de Morelos, Jalisco Mexico Primary and High school
Colegio Nuestra Señora de Andacollo 1998 La Serena Chile Primary and secondary technic-professional
Colegio San José del Parque 1967 Madrid, Madrid Spain Primary and High school
Colegio San José Maristas del Callao 1909 Lima Peru Primary and High school
Col·legi Sagrat Cor 1887 Mataró, Barcelona Spain Kindergarten, Primary School and High School Closed 1972. Aka: Col·legi Sant Josep (related to the street's name where it was located).
Collège Laval 1854 Laval, Quebec Canada High school
Externato Marista de Lisboa 1955 Lisbon Portugal All-in-one school
Hato Petera College 1928 Auckland New Zealand Secondary
Institute of the Marist Brothers Toulon France
Instituto Alonso de Ercilla 1929 Santiago Chile Primary and secondary
Instituto Chacabuco 1911 Los Andes Chile Primary and secondary
Instituto Juan XXIII Punto Fijo Venezuela
Instituto Franco Mexicano, A.C.(IFM) 1950 Monterrey Mexico Kindergarten and Elementary school Second marist school in Monterrey
Instituto Liceal Dom Gonçalo da Silveira 1948 Beira, Sofala Mozambique Closed during Civil War. Nowadays headquarters of the Faculty of Medicine - Universidade Católica de Moçambique
Colegio Marcelino Champagnat 1989 La Pintana Chile Primary and secondary
Instituto O'Higgins 1915 Rancagua Chile Primary and secondary
Instituto San Fernando 1931 San Fernando Chile Primary and Secondary
Instituto San Martín 1912 Curico Chile Primary and Secondary
Instituto Rafael Ariztía 1914 Quillota Chile Primary and Secondary
Instituto Valladolid 1941 Morelia, Michoacán Mexico Kindergarten, Primary, Junior and High school
Kutama College Norton Zimbabwe
Liceo Guatemala Guatemala City Guatemala
Liceo Salvadoreño San Salvador El Salvador
Lycée Léonin 1838 Athens Greece
Marcellin College 1958 Auckland New Zealand Secondary
Marcellin College 1950 Bulleen, Victoria Australia Secondary Original campus in Camberwell, Victoria. Dual campuses from 1963 to 1993.
Marcellin College Randwick 1923 Randwick, New South Wales Australia Secondary
Marian College 1954 Dublin Ireland
Maris Stella College Negombo Sri Lanka
Maris Stella High School 1958 Singapore Primary and Secondary
Marist Brothers Dete 1972 Dete, Hwange District Zimbabwe Secondary Founded in 1972 as a transfer from St. Mary's Sec School in Lukosi, Hwange. St Mary's Secondary School was an old Catholic School run by the priests of the Hwange Diocese
Marist Brothers High School Suva Fiji
Marist Brothers International School 1951 Suma-ku, Kobe Japan Montessori, Primary, Secondary
Marist Brothers Juniorate San Salvador El Salvador
Marist Brothers' Juniorate Uturu, Abia State Nigeria Secondary
Marist Brothers Linmeyer (Marian College) 1966 Linmeyer, Johannesburg South Africa Primary and High School
Marist Brothers Primary School Suva Fiji Primary
Marist High School 1968 Eugene, Oregon US High school
Marist College 1928 Auckland New Zealand All Girls Intermediate and High school
Marist College 1884 Athlone Ireland Secondary Famous past pupils include John McCormack and Brian Lenihan
Marist College 1925 Kingston upon Hull, Humberside England Secondary Closed 1988
Marist College 1905 Poughkeepsie, New York US College While still retaining some Marist brothers in the faculty, no longer officially a Catholic college[1][2][3]
Marist College Ashgrove 1940 Ashgrove, Queensland Australia Secondary with primary years from 5-7
Marist College Canberra 1968 Pearce, Australian Capital Territory Australia Secondary and 4-6
Marist College Eastwood 1937 Eastwood, New South Wales Australia Secondary
Marist College Kogarah 1909 Kogarah, New South Wales Australia Secondary
Marist College North Shore 1888 North Sydney, New South Wales Australia Secondary
Marist College Pagewood 1960 Pagewood, New South Wales Australia Secondary
Marist College Penshurst Mortdale, New South Wales Australia
Marist College Rosalie Rosalie, Paddington, Queensland Australia
Marist Comprehensive Academy Uturu, Abia State Nigeria Secondary
Marist High School 1963 Chicago, Illinois US High school
Marist High School 1954 Bayonne, New Jersey US High school
Marist Regional College 1972 Burnie, Tasmania Australia Founded by merger of Stella Maris Regional College and Marist College (Burnie)
Marist School - Marikina 1964 Marikina Philippines Preparatory/High school Founded by Br. Bernard Curtin, F.M.S.
Marist-Sion College 1951 Warragul, Victoria Australia Secondary Founded by merger of St. Josephs & Our Lady of Sion Colleges
Maristes Valldemia 1855 Mataró, Barcelona Catalonia Kindergarten, Primary School, and High School Founded 1855 by three former Piarists related persons. Marists took comandament in 1888.
Mount Saint Michael Academy 1926 Bronx, New York US
Moyle Park College 1957 Clondalkin Ireland
Mtendere Secondary School 1946 Dedza Malawi
Mt Carmel High School 1986 Varroville, NSW Australia Secondary Founded in 1985/1986 by Brother Clarence Cunningham
Mt Maria College Enoggera: 1970, Mitchelton: 1978, Amalgamated: 2006 Enoggera, Queensland and Mitchelton, Queensland Australia Secondary Was founded on two separate sites, then become one college in 2006
Mt Maria College Petrie 1987 Petrie, Qld Australia Secondary Vocational
Newman College Floreat, Western Australia
Churchlands, Western Australia
Australia Primary and secondary Three campuses
Notre Dame of Cotabato, Inc. Sinsuat Ave., Cotabato City Philippines Secondary First Marist school in the Philippines
Notre Dame of Dadiangas University and Notre Dame of Dadiangas University – Integrated Basic Education Department Marist Ave., General Santos City Philippines Primary/ Secondary/ Tertiary Alma Mater of Manny Pacquiao
Notre Dame of Jolo College Jolo, Sulu Philippines Primary/ Secondary/ Tertiary
Notre Dame of Kidapawan College Kidapawan City Philippines Primary/ Secondary/ Tertiary
Notre Dame of Marbel University 1952 Alunan Avenue, Koronadal City Philippines Primary/ Secondary/ Tertiary
Nyanga High School Zimbabwe High school
Our Lady and St. Chad Sports College 1928 Wolverhampton, West Midlands UK Secondary School The original school founded in 1928 was a boy's grammar school called St. Chad's College. Around 1978 it amalgamated with its 'sister' school for girls and became Our Lady and St. Chad comprehensive school. Some years later, it was renamed Our Lady and St. Chad Catholic Sports College
Our Lady of Lourdes High School 1958 Poughkeepsie, New York US High school
Parramatta Marist High School 1820 Westmead, New South Wales Australia The oldest and most computered marist school.
Red Bend Catholic College 1926 Forbes, New South Wales Australia Secondary
Roselle Catholic High School 1959 Roselle, New Jersey US High School
Sacred Heart College 1903 Auckland New Zealand Secondary
Sacred Heart College 1897 Somerton Park, South Australia Australia College
Sacred Heart College, Johannesburg 1889 Observatory, Gauteng South Africa College
Saint Joseph Academy 1865 Brownsville, Texas US
Samaritan Catholic College 2000 Preston, Victoria Australia Secondary Founded by merger of St. Joseph's College and Redden Catholic College
SMJK Sam Tet 1934 Ipoh Malaysia High school
St Augustines College Cairns, Queensland Australia
St. Agnes Boys High School 1914 New York City US High school
St Bernard's College 1946 Lower Hutt New Zealand Secondary
St David's Marist Inanda 1941 Inanda, Gauteng South Africa Prep and High School
St Gregory's College, Campbelltown 1926 Campbelltown, New South Wales Australia Secondary School
St. Francis Xavier's College 1955 Tai Kok Tsui Hong Kong Secondary School
St. Francis Xavier's School 1963 Tsuen Wan Hong Kong Secondary School
St. Henry's Marist Brothers' College 1929 Durban South Africa
St John's College 1960 Hamilton New Zealand Secondary
St. John's National School 1898 Sligo Ireland Primary School Boys only school running from second class to sixth class
St John's RC High School 1931 Dundee Scotland Secondary School
St. Joseph's College, Alafua 1912 Alafua Samoa Secondary
St. Joseph's College 1875 Dumfries Scotland
St. Joseph's College, East Brunswick / North Fitzroy 1930 (amalgamated with Samariatn College, Preston in 1998) East Brunswick / North Fitzroy, Victoria Australia
St. Joseph's College, Hunters Hill 1881 Hunters Hill, New South Wales Australia
St. Joseph's Boys' College, Nugegoda 1953 Nugegoda, Colombo Sri Lanka
St. Joseph's Juniorate 1924 Tyngsborough, Massachusetts US Seminary Sold to the Wang Institute of Graduate Studies in 1977
St. Mary's Catholic College, Casino 1946 Casino, New South Wales Australia Secondary First university examinations were sat by students in the parish of St Mary's in 1890. Marist Brothers laid foundation stone for the College in 1917 but the school was run by the Mercy Sisters until 1946 when the brothers finally arrived, establishing The Brothers School. The schools (Marist and Mercy) amalgamated in 1975 to form St Mary's High School. Name changed to St Mary's Catholic College in 2010.
St. Mungo's Academy 1858 Glasgow Scotland
St Paul's College 1955 Auckland New Zealand Secondary
St Patrick's Marist College 1872 Dundas, New South Wales Australia Secondary Oldest school under the teaching of Marist Brothers in Australia
Trinity Catholic College 1995 Regents Park, New South Wales
Auburn, New South Wales
Australia Secondary Two campuses. Founded by the merger of Benedict College (Auburn), St John's Girls' High (Auburn), and St Peter Chanel Girls' High
Trinity Catholic College 1886 Lismore, New South Wales Australia Secondary
Unidad Educativa Colegio Champagnat Caracas Venezuela
Unidad Educativa Colegio Nuestra Señora De Chiquinquira H.H Maristas 1928 Maracaibo Venezuela Primary and Secondary First Marist School in the Venezuelan country
Universidad Marista Guadalajara 1989 Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico University Founded in 1989 as Universidad La Salle Guadalajara. In August 1997, due to the immense growth, it moves to another site, where it stays until 2003, when it moved to its actual site.

References

  1. ^ "'"New York Archdiocese Says Marist College 'No Longer Catholic. Retrieved 2 April 2010. 
  2. ^ "Faculty: Marist College". Retrieved 13 Nov 2012. 
  3. ^ "Marist College". Retrieved 13 Nov 2012. 
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