Catholic Education South Australia


Our Community

St Mark’s is made up of current students and staff, parents, past parents and a developing Alumni. As a great school we proudly engage the community beyond the classroom and gates of the College.

Old Scholars

The College is very committed to its history and to the people who created an enduring legacy. We are very keen to invite our alumini to keep an awareness of each other and the progress of the school through the Old Scholars’ Association.

Parents and Friends

The College is very committed to its partnership with parents. We are very keen to invite parents into association. The hopes and ambitions of all students are enhanced through this relationship.

The Parents’ and Friends’ Association comprises an energetic and passionate group of parents from the Benedict and Bosco campuses who meet regularly during the year to actively support the College. Significantly they enhance the relationships of parents within the school community and they work to develop understanding and partnership with the College staff.

The Parents and Friends actively promote the various roles of parents and carers as integral members of our Catholic school communities and partners in the education of their children. They are represented on the College Board while also raising significant funds to improve the educational facilities provided to the students.

The Parents’ and Friends’ Association is linked with Federation of Catholic Schools Parent Communities. This is the key collective parent voice in Catholic education.

There is a Facebook connection with our St Mark’s College Parents and Friends. Click here to join the group.


The St Mark’s College provides opportunities for Parents/Carers to be involved with the wider school community. The Parents/Carers of St Mark’s are very welcome. They will create opportunities for our young people and develop friendships and positive relationships.

Become a Volunteer

In accordance with Catholic Education Guidelines, all volunteers are to be registered and require clearance from the Archdiocesan Professional Standard Office.

To become a registered volunteer, please visit the Main Administration Office on The Terrace or phone 8633 8800.


455 The Terrace, Port Pirie South Australia 5540
T 08 8633 8800    F 08 8633 0104

Benedict 08 8633 8802
Bosco 08 8633 8801 or text 0428 475 539