Marist Brothers’ schools in Apia get new principals


Marist Brothers Primary School in Mulivai, and St Joseph’s College in Alafua have new principals

Brother Siaosi Ioane has been appointed principal of Marist Brothers’ Primary School, Mulivai for 2017 – 2019.

He is no stranger to this position as he was the principal of Marist Primary from 2000 to 2002.

Aside from postings overseas, Br. Siaosi was also the principal of St. Joseph’s College and Ulimasao College.

Br. Siaosi is Samoan and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree.

Br. Bryan Stanaway has been appointed the principal of St Joseph’s College.

He has been at St. Joseph’s College for several years now as its Deputy Principal.

In the middle of this year, Br. Bryan was appointed acting principal of St. Joseph’s and later principal.

Br. Bryan is of Maori descent and is a registered teacher in New Zealand who has vast educational experience having taught at schools in New Zealand and the Pacific for 50 years.

The Marist Brothers’ schools have produced many leaders for Samoa, both past and current.

The current Head of State, Prime Minister, Speaker of Parliament, Chief Justice and Controller and Auditor General, are all former students of Marist Brothers’ schools.

The Marist Brothers also introduced the sports of rugby and boxing to Samoa.


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