The motto "Deus Meus et Omnia" - My God and My All - continually reminds us that, whatever we may strive for, there is little that we can achieve without God's help and guidance.
MARYMOUNT COLLEGE BURLEIGH WATERS QLD
Marymount College provides a very happy, safe and supportive Catholic school environment to meet the needs of each student. College staff work in close partnership with their families. We offer an extensive range of academic, cultural and sporting opportunities for students.
Students are encouraged to develop personal expectations around their particular strengths and talents, to be involved and to strive for success. Their involvement in the wider College community expands the quality of their experience at Marymount College. Our goal is to help them develop into well-balanced, positive Christian people capable of setting goals in their life and of living thoughtfully, purposefully, and happily in the communities they will be a part of in their life's journey.
The College is committed to lifelong and life-giving learning and ensuring the Gospel values of respect, care, inclusivity, forgiveness, faith, hope and love are reflected in all aspects of College life.
There are bike pathways leading into the school and students are able to lock their bikes up in a secure area during the day. Bike helmets are a legal requirement, therefore all students riding to and from school are required to wear a helmet.
Surfside Buslines operate a School Bus service from Marymount College. Bus routes and timetables, as well as information on bus passes and travel assistance can be accessed from their site. Surfside Buses School Services. For information regarding Bus Passes please check the page Bus Service Information.
The College shares a council operated car park with Marymount Primary School. It is very busy at drop off and pick up times. Please do not park in the yellow lined areas. Teachers are on duty until 3:30pm in the car park each afternoon. For driving instructions visit Google Maps Journey Planner?.
Students own car
If your son/daughter will be driving themselves to school, they should notify their Year Coordinator, who will issue them a permit and advise them where to park.
Crossing Supervisors are on duty before and after school to assist.
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