Mazenod College, Victoria - College Houses

College Houses

  • Charlebois (Light Blue) named after Bishop Ovide Charlebois OMI
  • Cebula (Dark Blue) named after Blessed Jozef Cebula OMI
  • Albini (Yellow) named after Father Charles Albini OMI
  • Grandin (Red) named after Blessed Vidal Grandin OMI
  • Anthony (Maroon) named after Brother Anthony Kowalczyk OMI
  • Gerard (Green) named after Blessed Joseph Gerard OMI
  • Chisholm (Purple) named after Caroline Chisholm
  • Mackillop (Grey) named after Saint Mary of the Cross MacKillop

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