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Parra Marist had two representative speakers in Lior and Lucas from Year 9, who presented at the Annual Clift Public Speaking Competition 2022...
On Friday the 11 of March, Years 10, 11 and 12 Visual Arts Classes visited the Art Gallery of New South Wales, to see the numerous artworks on display but primarily Art Express. It was a valuable experience to see the Band 6 Artworks chosen from a variety of schools that showcased different themes and mediums...
PMHS in the State Finals for Subs and F1 in Schools...
Excellent HSC Results for 2021 at Parramatta Marist High School...
Through our ongoing partnership with Airshaper, our F1 in Schools teams have just been awarded the first ever "F1 in Schools" account on the platform. This account will allow the students to analyse numerous aerodynamic factors of their F1 cars and compare their results with other teams in order to improve their performance in the F1 in Schools competition. Thank you to @airshaper_ for this amazing opportunity and we look forward to continuing our partnership through the new F1 season.
Last month, students from three Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta (CEDP) schools presented at Instructurecon 2021, the global virtual conference for Learning Management System (LMS), Canvas. Read more...
Yesterday, we recognised our 43 high achievers from the Class of 2020 and congratulate them all on their outstanding HSC results. Our School Dux for 2020 Nash Hawkins (pictured) addressed the assembly with warmth, highlighting the respect, hard work & dedication the students, parents & teachers had shown in what was a challenging year for all. Parra Marist is very proud of the 2020 Cohort. Fortior Ito! Read more...
Parramatta Marist has again performed with distinction in the HSC, achieving some of our best results to date. Our school ranked 46th in the state's top 100 performing schools and was recognised as the top performing systemic Catholic school in NSW.
Yr 10 Captivate Drama students from Parramatta Marist, Mateo Soriano and Joseph Khalil, were lucky recipients of scholarships placements to the Australian Theatre for Young People’s SCREEN ACTING program in January... read more.
The results of the 2020 cohort in the HSC exams are testament to the hard work, dedication and collaboration between themselves and their teachers. At the beginning of the year, a target of 200 Band 6s for the 200th year of the school was set for the boys. Whilst COVID intervened, the HSC class did amazingly well and, despite falling just short of this target, acquitted themselves exceptionally well! It is also important to note that a number of students successfully pursued a vocational pathway with every student achieving ALL their competencies and desired level of certification (most of whom have achieved between 4 and 6 nationally recognised certifications). Congratulations again to all members of the 2020 HSC Cohort. A breakdown of the exam results are given below...

 

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