Archive for September, 2015
Annual Music ConcertPosted in General School News on Thursday, 24 September, 2015
A repertoire ranging from the classics to contemporary hits entertained an appreciate audience at the annual MCC Music Concert on the weekend.More than 25 instrumental and vocal items were performed by students from Years 7 to 12. Junior School students performed in the choir.The MCC Concert Band, complemented by members of the ...
No sunshine but plenty of smiles!Posted in General School News on Wednesday, 16 September, 2015
Grey skies couldn't dull scores of smiles nor the rich palette of colour when hundreds of students participated in a fundraiser for Beyond Blue this week.The inaugural MCC Colour Run, held on the College oval, was organised by Head Prefects, Shannon O"Brien and Michael Humble as their end-of-year legacy. With ...
MCC wins ACC honoursPosted in General School News on Wednesday, 16 September, 2015
MCC Athletics team captain, Seaton Puzey led by example at a recent Inter-School Athletics meet, finishing the day as Open Boys' Champion.And adding another trophy to the College cabinet, the MCC squad took out top honours, winning the E Division shield at the ACC (Associated & Catholic Colleges) Inter-School Carnival. ...
Synthetic Drugs – a must watch for parentsPosted in General School News on Thursday, 10 September, 2015
This week on 60 minutes there is a story on the synthetic drug problem in Australia. One of our College parents, Tyren Edwards, is featured on the episode talking about the dangers from a scientific aspect. Well worth a watch and recommended watch for Upper School Students. The website is below.https://www.facebook.com/SideffectFoundationhttp://sideffect.org.au/about/our-team/
The Wonderful World of WordsPosted in General School News on Friday, 4 September, 2015
The College gymnasium was filled with colourful creativity - and very excited students! - when the Junior School staged its annual Character Dress-Up Day in celebration of Book Week. Students were encouraged to dress up as their favourite book character; the results speak for themselves!