Marcellin Technical College is a Year 11 and 12 College specialising in the delivery of the SACE (South Australian Certificate of Education) alongside a trade/vocational training program.
The College is based in the Southern Vales of Adelaide, and was established in February 2006 and commenced operation in 2007 as the Australian Technical College – Adelaide South, an initiative of the Australian Government. In 2009, the College governance and ownership passed to the South Australian Commission for Catholic Schools (SACCS) on behalf of the Archdiocese of Adelaide, and the College entered a new phase as Marcellin Technical College.
As a Catholic diocesan school belonging to the Archdiocese of Adelaide the College prides itself on Catholic values inspired through the Marist charism.
The College has an in-house registered training organisation (RTO), MTC Training, which facilitates the delivery of the vocational education and training (VET) programs/qualifications. Marcellin offers learning and training in custom-designed state-of-the-art facilities all within a highly practical and applied contextual learning environment. Marcellin prepares students to transition smoothly into the workforce and their chosen trade/vocational pathway.