Malisi News

15 Jul 2022

Raffle Update 4

Talofa Aiga Malisi,

“ST$1 to get a Ford Raptor (Next Generation) 2023 Model!” Really? Are you serious?
Yes, Yes and definitely Yes!

Raffle Update 4

13 Jul 2022

Raffle Update 3

Talofa Marist Family,
People are asking why we always fundraise? Ever since we started attending Marist Brothers’ schools, we have been fundraising. We sold raffle tickets, we held bazaars, we had muftis, we did wheelbarrows and we had Siva Samoa and Tausala/Manaia at Feiloaimauso Hall (as it was then called). Now we are no longer at school, but we are still fundraising!

Raffle Update 3

8 Jul 2022

Raffle Update 2

Greetings Marist Family,
Did you guys know that aside from our main draw for the Ford Raptor Next Gen (2023 Model), we also have 11 fortnightly draws leading up to the main draw. Yes folks, 11 fortnightly draws! Get off the grass!

Raffle Update 2

7 Jul 2022

MBOPA announces Prizes for the 1st Fortnightly Draw

VODAFONE MARIST INDEPENDENCE MEGA RAFFLE 2022 - MBOPA announces prizes for the 1st fornightly draw on thursday 28th July 2022

MBOPA announces Prizes for the 1st  Fortnightly Draw

3 Jul 2022

Raffle Update 1

Hello Marist Family.
Since our raffle’s launch, we have heard of EXCITEMENT and CONFUSION.
Excitement is being caused by the main prize: Ford Raptor Next Gen (2023 Model) worth ST$270,000.

Raffle Update 1

30 Jun 2022

Marist Otago donates

Marist Old Pupils Association in Otago donated $5000.00 SAT to our MBOPA mother body to go towards our school developments.

Marist Otago donates

20 Jun 2022

Marist Brothers Old Pupils farewell Brother Christopher Maney

After 26 years of service as a Marist Brother in Samoa, Br Christopher Maney was farewelled by Marist Brothers Old Pupils Association (MBOPA) on 15 th June 2022. Br Chris returns to New Zealand (via Rome, Italy) where he will continue his lifelong service as a Marist Brother.

Marist Brothers Old Pupils farewell Brother Christopher Maney

5 Jun 2022

1889 Hurricane - Political Solutions

The time the Brothers came to set up their school again in Samoa, was a time of tense political uncertainty which had been simmering since the 1870’s.

1889 Hurricane - Political Solutions

30 Apr 2022

1888 Marist Mulivai Foundation

In 1888 Bishop Lamaze SM visited France and made application to the Superior General of the Marist Brothers, Rev. Brother Theophane, for Brothers to re-open their mission in Apia.

1888 Marist Mulivai Foundation

21 Mar 2022

History of St. Joseph’s College in a nut shell

St Joseph’s College was the first secondary school to be established in Samoa. It opened in doors to 19 Third Form students in February 1950 and were housed in the yet to be completed two-storey concrete building with Brother Jerome Devlin as its first Principal.

History of St. Joseph’s College in a nut shell

7 Dec 2021

Pioneering Ventures

One of the Brothers who had originally taught in Apia, and who returned to Sydney when the Brothers withdrew in 1877, was Br Landry.

Pioneering Ventures

15 Sep 2018

Foreword at the first ever Marist Excellence Service Awards Ball

Foreword at the first ever Marist Excellence Service Awards Ball, Multipurpose Gym 3, Tuanaimato, Apia, Samoa, Saturday 15th September 2018.

Foreword at the first ever Marist Excellence Service Awards Ball

12 Sep 2013

At the end of Marist 125 Years celebration

Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese Taisi Efi, Marist Mulivai Hall, Sunday 01 September 2013

At the end of Marist 125 Years celebration

13 Aug 2013

Brief history of Marist Brothers Primary School Mulivai

The first school in Apia that was associated with the Marist Brothers was founded in 1871 at Saleufi.

Brief history of Marist Brothers Primary School Mulivai

27 Jul 2011

Marist Brothers Old Boys Association changes name

“Marist” or “Malisi” as it known here in Samoa, is an international brand that people associate with high achievement and success.

Marist Brothers Old Boys Association changes name