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Marist-Sion College Truth, Charity and Constancy Location Warragul, VIC, Australia Coordinates 38°9′37″S 145°54′48″E / 38.16028°S 145.91333°E / -38.16028; 145.91333Coordinates: 38°9′37″S 145°54′48″E / 38.16028°S 145.91333°E / -38.16028; 145.91333 Information Type Catholic Established 1975 Principal Peter Houlahan[1] Enrolment ~840 Campus 165 Burke Street, Warragul, Victoria Colour(s) Green, yellow, white Website www.mscw.vic.edu.au Marist-Sion College is a coeducational Catholic independent school founded in 1975 in Warragul, Victoria, Australia. Marist-Sion enrolls students from towns spanning from Morwell to Pakenham, Neerim District and Ellinbank District.[citation needed] Marist-Sion serves four local parishes; Warragul, Drouin, Trafalgar and Iona/Maryknoll. [2]The College is one of the founding members of the Association of Marist Schools of Australia.[citation needed] Contents 1 History 2 Current Leaders 3 House system 4 See also 5 External links 6 References History Marist-Sion College was formed in 1975 as a result of the merger between the Marist Brothers Boys College and the Our Lady of Sion Girls College.[3] Current Leaders Mr Peter Houlahan, Principal Mr John Picinali, Deputy Principal Mrs Lynn Shields, Business Manager Mrs Robyn Rebbechi, Director of Faith Samuel Piasente, School Captain Brodie Webb, School Captain House system Previous to 2001 there were four houses, Champagnat, Joseph, Mackillop and Marcellin. However, four new houses were added in 2001, being: Jericho, Loreto, Lourdes and Sion. Below are the houses with their respective colours and heads of houses. Champagnat - Navy Blue, Mrs Elly Martin Joseph - Gold, Mr John Heatley Jericho - Orange, Mr Thomas Sandner Loreto - White, Mrs Deborah Cumming Lourdes - Light Blue, Mrs Lorinda Lovitt Mackillop - Green, Ms Sally Sharp Marcellin - Red, Mr Adrian Mitchell Sion - Purple, Mr Peter Coghlan See also List of schools in Victoria External links Official Marist-Sion College Website References ^ Marist-Sion College (2008), Marist-Sion College, viewed 17 September 2008. ^ Marist-Sion College (2008), History of the College, viewed 17 September 2008. ^ Marist-Sion College (2008), History of the College, viewed 17 September 2008. v · d · eMembers of the Gippsland Independent Schools, Victoria, Australia Beaconhills | Chairo | Gippsland Grammar | Marist-Sion | Mary MacKillop | Newhaven | Presentation | St Paul's v · d · eAssociation of Marist Schools of Australia Marist Brothers Assumption College, Kilmore • Catholic College Bendigo • Catholic College Sale • Chanel College (Gladstone) • Lavalla Catholic College • Marcellin College Randwick • Marcellin College, Bulleen • Marist College Ashgrove • Marist College Canberra • Marist College Eastwood • Marist College Emerald • Marist College Kogarah • Marist College North Shore • Marist College Pagewood • Marist College Penshurst • Marist College Rosalie • Marist Regional College • Marist-Sion College • Mount Carmel High School (Varroville) • Mt Maria College • Newman College • Notre Dame College • Our Lady of the Sacred Heart (Alice Springs) • Parramatta Marist High School • Red Bend Catholic College • Sacred Heart College, Adelaide • Saint Thomas More School, Sunshine Beach • Samaritan Catholic College • St Augustine's College, Cairns • St Francis Xavier's College (Hamilton) • St Gregory's College, Campbelltown • St. Joseph's College, Hunters Hill • St Michael's Primary School Daceyville • St Patrick's Marist College Dundas • St Peter Claver College • Trinity Catholic College • Trinity Catholic College Lismore • Trinity College, Beenleigh Marist Sisters Cerdon College • Marist Sisters' College, Woolwich Marist Fathers St John's College, Woodlawn