Marist College is a Year 7 - 13 Catholic Secondary School for girls. Our College is situated in Mt Albert, approximately 10 minutes drive from central Auckland, New Zealand. Our Motto, Ad Jesum per Mariam, To Jesus through Mary provides the focus for each individual to develop their potential to the full.

Marist College offers a holistic education complementing your work as parents. We strive to attain high standards in our academic, cultural and sporting endeavours, all with an added dimension - the spiritual one. We encourage personal excellence and a love of learning, catering for the individual within a very caring Catholic environment.
Students come from a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds and the College promotes inclusion and celebrates diversity. Our students leave Marist College strong, confident, resilient young women, well prepared to face our ever changing world.

Monica Johnson 

Current School Reviews
Education Review Office Report:
"Marist College continues to be a high-performing school, and provides high quality education for all students. The Marist Catholic character is central to the school's success. Students experience highly effective teaching. They are supported to achieve personal excellence and to become capable, competent women."   Read the complete ERO report.
Catholic Education Services Special Character Review:
"The reviewers congratulate the Board, Principal, senior managers, the DRS and staff on the outstanding strength of Special Character at Marist College - it is real, pervasive and alive! Marist is rightly seen as a leader among Catholic Schools."   Marist report 2018.pdf

Start Dates for 2019
Thursday 31st January, Year 13 Retreat (all day) 
Friday 1st February, All new students & Year 13 students 
Monday 4th February, All students
For a detailed Calendar, see our Student Calendar.
This will give you detailed information for the 2018 school year.

Phone: +64 9 846 8311   |   Fax: +64 9 815 1441  |  Location: Marist College, 31 Alberton Ave, Mt Albert, Auckland 1025, New Zealand