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Congratulations to the students of Team PMH for their performance at the 2024 Model United Nations Assembly Competition.


Dr Bailey unveiled his biography that will proudly adorn the walls of Parra Marist alongside other successful Old Boys to serve as inspiration to current and future generations of Men of Marist. Read more...


Year 7 STEM students commenced their Everyone Can Play project where they are asked to create an inclusive recreational space that incorporates universal design principles so that all are welcome to play.


Continuing our tradition to celebrate our mothers and mother figures, Year 8 attended the annual Mothers and Sons Mass at St Patrick's Cathedral in Parramatta.
The school gathered together to honour the spirit of Anzac Day in the Morley Centre with a moving presentation, highlighting the courage and unwavering bravery that left an enduring legacy of sacrifice and service
Selected Year 10 & 11 students attended the 71st RSL Schools Remember ANZAC Commemoration at the ANZAC Memorial in Hyde Park. The service aims to educate school students about Australia’s military history, whilst paying respect to the service and sacrifice of servicemen and women of the Australian Defence Force.
The Year 11 House Leaders from Parramatta Marist High School have recently showcased their innovation and entrepreneurial skills through their participation in the HEX High Accelerator Program.
Fresh off their State wins, the Subs and F1 in Schools PMH teams arrived in Adelaide facing immediate challenges, discovering that Team Nautilunar's equipment was broken in transit to Adelaide.
In 2024, Parramatta Marist High School has committed to providing support to staff and students to help understand and put effective measures into place to support the wellbeing of all of our students.
Harry Robertson, a research student and aspiring bioinformatician studying at Westmead Institute Medical Research, has been awarded a Fulbright Future Scholarship (Postgraduate) hosted by Harvard University. This scholarship allows Harry to advance his research at Harvard University.