Marist College Ashgrove
Name: Marist College Ashgrove
Group: Educational College (Secondary)
Type: Institutional Location
Years at Location: 1940-Current
The location had been St. Jude's Seminary, where the Mission of the Most Holy Eucharist was established in 1929-1930. The land had been the 16-hectare (40-acre) estate of the late Dr. Taylor, next to his ‘Glenlyon’. The College was founded in 1940 as a Catholic day and boarding primary and secondary school for boys.
Impact on Brisbane Society
The School’s Motto is Latin: ‘Viriliter Age’ (Act Courageously), and was adopted in 1957.
The Australian historian Humphrey McQueen was educated at the College in the 1950s.
Marist College website [http://www.marash.qld.edu.au]; Retrieved on 17 June 2019.
Farrelly, Mark. Canvas of Dreams: a History of Marist College Ashgrove to 1990, Marist College Ashgrove, Ashgrove, Qld, 1990.
Marist college, Ashgrove. Photographer: bertknot from scarborough. [https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=34357625]