Contact the College on 8366 2800 to make an appointment and visit Enrol Now for 2018 to apply online.
For all important dates, check out our calendar.
Tuesday, 28 November 2017, 7.30pm
Norwood Town Hall
Councillor Garry Knoblauch, community member on Governing Council and member of the Norwood Payneham & St Peters Council, has advised that Priscilla Corbell from the OAC has put forward the following project on the Fund My Neighbourhood site:
Install an all-inclusive 3 generations play space to foster health and wellbeing of the school community and broader community, to include play equipment, and other elements to attract and entertain all age groups. The new play space will provide an enhancement to the entire community and compliment the adjacent MARS Sport Centre by creating a space that can be used by visitors and the many passers-by. In addition, enhanced safety features will include additional pedestrian and cyclist signage, traffic calming by landscaping and artistic design elements, to possibly include native plantings, mosaics and a statue.
Please consider voting for the project here.
An Invitation to the School Community – A Governing Council meeting will be held on Monday 25th September 2017 at 4.00pm at Marden Senior College. The Marden Senior College 2018 Materials and Services Charges will be discussed at the meeting, prior to approval being sought.
On the 21 of September 2017, Marden Senior College will be conducting an event to mark our 25-year anniversary. The day will consist of an open afternoon, where past and current students and staff, previous Principals and the general public are invited to tour the college and participate in activities. The open afternoon is scheduled from 2-4pm.
The Open Day will showcase Marden Senior College now and in the past. Visitors will be invited to walk around the college, view current lessons and student work on display as well as a showcase of information and artefacts from the past. There will also an opportunity to contribute to a time capsule to be stored for similar celebrations in the future, such as a 50th anniversary in 2042.
The purpose of the Open Day is to bring the Marden community together – past and present staff and students. It will also provide an opportunity for surrounding residents to take a ‘look behind the fence’ and for prospective students and their families to see the school in action.