"Leave nothing undared for the Kingdom of God."
The College is named after St Eugene de Mazenod, founder of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate and the College motto is to ‘Leave Nothing Undared for the Kingdom of God.’ This translates into taking every opportunity to share the Gospel messages. It requires radical daring with necessary and appropriate risks to share Christ with the world
At Mazenod we are committed to encouraging the pursuit of excellence in the intellectual, social, moral and cultural sphere for each of our students, according to their individual capacity. Religious Education is a core component, emphasising social awareness, compassion for those left out and a desire for a more just society.
Mazenod College seeks to provide the means by which the full potential of each of its students and that of the school Community is realised. These are presented under the College aims which are broken into four basic categories: Faith, Academic, Community and Personal Development.
The College seeks to develop fully the intellectual, moral, creative, spiritual and physical potential of each student in a disciplined, fair and challenging environment provided by a committed and well-qualified staff.
It also seeks to instil in its students a sense of their own worth and to promote initiative, self-reliance, integrity and leadership. There is also the broader objective of instilling in students a genuine respect for all, especially those of different cultural and social backgrounds.
Such a Christian Education aims to produce well-balanced, committed and articulate young men; equipped to take their place in society; who are receptive to the needs of others and ready to answer Jesus’ call to serve.