Marist Brothers' Primary School.


Marist Brothers' Primary School.

The Marist Brothers’ Primary School was established in 1888, at the request of Bishop Julian Vidal, initially to provide education for the children. However, the school has always been more popularly known as “Marist Suva Street.”

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The multi racial only All Boys School in Suva

The Suva boys catch a snap as they wait for the next Lesson

Bula Vinaka Old Boys/current members still serving at Suva Street,teachers/former teachers,parents/former parents,friends and family.Marist Suva Street has nutured some of the finest young men we are today.Some have moved abroad and some still remain at home while some have passed on.
Here is our site to bring back memories of the old days.Lets not forget the brothers for all their tireless efforts.

Have your say and put school pictures up if you want......

You are all most welcome.

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Comment by maximus on April 21, 2014 at 10:57pm

Rest In Peace,Brother Wara

Comment by maximus on April 18, 2014 at 4:47am

Bula vinaka tu all my Marist OBs.I was a student from 1982 to 1989.I want to thank ONZ for creating this site n to all the ex marist suva street boys.Brother Kees was the headteacher back then,Br.Betrand use to help us with our busfares whenever we lose it.To name some that we attended school from class1 to 8 here goes,Francis crocker,Adrian Fox,Aloiusius Peckam,Alifereti Doviverata,William Narruhn,Ketan Solanki,Clyde fong,Iosefo Verevou,Johnny Kamikamica and many more.This moment at Marist will be treasured in me forever and I have my son attending Marist suva street now and is in class 402.I once again want to thank each and every Marist OBs out there for the memories we shared.May God bless your family and may the RED FLAME keep on burning.A big vinaka vakalevu.

Comment by del's. on December 17, 2011 at 10:58am

isa, ni sa bula kece na OB. 87,94

Comment by ONZ on April 2, 2011 at 6:44pm
best memories ever!
Comment by benn rayawa on April 2, 2011 at 3:46pm
isa o suva handball kei na keba..wonder if class 7s still going camping in Serua...bro kevin, bro kees, bro bertrand kei na st john ambulance,jai na handyman...thanks for the memories!
Comment by Usaia Pita Waqatairewa on May 11, 2010 at 3:37pm
I was a student from 1973 to 1980 and have many good and funny hillarious memories of the school. My only son Henry Waqatairewa also attended class one to class three from 2002 to 2004 before moving to Sydney.

Love the school and hope to live long enough to see my grandsons attending one day.

Would love to reconnect with anyone that attended primary school with me back then.

Comment by savaira nawalu on April 26, 2010 at 11:15pm
World Childrens Day was celebrated @ the school on Friday 23/04/2010. Our chief guest was Miss South Pacific, Merewalesi Nailatikau, our Marist Superstar, Banuve Tabakaucoro and Sisilia Seavula. The boys really 'njoyed the day along with Parents and friends.

Comment by ONZ on March 13, 2010 at 2:25am
Bula Vinaka OB

I got this from a Link as I was a little unsure myself........

The Marist Brothers’ Primary School was established in 1888, at the request of Bishop Julian Vidal, initially to provide education for the children of European settlers. Very quickly, the brothers saw that the need for education was much wider than just this. At that time, there was no provision at all for the children of the indentured Indian settlers, and in 1897 a school for Indians was opened, though children of all races attended, so that it soon became designated as Marist Brothers’ Cosmopolitan School. In 1913, the Felix College was opened, catering for Europeans and Part Europeans. From this school developed the Marist Brothers’ High School, later to be transferred to the present Carew street site. In 1936 St Columba’s Claudius Memorial School was opened. These two schools continued to run as separate institutions until 1963 when they were combined and named the Marist Brothers’ Primary School. However, the school has always been more popularly known as “Marist Suva Street.”

I hope that info may be of little help OB

Remain blessed......
Comment by ONZ on February 10, 2010 at 1:21am
Vinakavakalevu adi nabou...
Comment by adi nabou on February 6, 2010 at 4:58pm
Bula vinaka to all , my dad was OB and my son to OB , so it runs in the family .Thanks for initiating our family MARIST PRIMARY SCHOOL on net .Never regretted till today ,could not of been any other better choice-------------------- Go Marist !!

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