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College features in ex-PM’s visit to WAPosted in General School News on Wednesday, 10 May, 2017

Former Prime Minister,Tony Abbott, met with Year 12 Prefects at Mandurah Catholic College whilst touring the Peel region last week. The student leadership group and College Executive quizzed Mr Abbott on a diverse range of topics, including education funding, Donald Trump and his infamous budgie smugglers. When asked if his well-publicised ...
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Lest We ForgetPosted in General School News on Wednesday, 26 April, 2017

Mandurah Catholic College held two services today to commemorate Anzac Day with reverence and solemnity. Secondary school students and staff gathered in the College gymnasium to pay their respects to past and present members of the Australian Armed Forces and to listen to Mr Kevin Fowler, president of the Mandurah RSL, ...
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Reverence and Joy at Easter LiturgyPosted in General School News on Friday, 7 April, 2017

Mandurah Catholic College held a reverent, yet joyous, liturgy today to herald the importance and true meaning of Easter. Students from Years 7, 11 and 12, Year 12 Ministry leaders and College Principal, Mr Chris Wallace, took part in the mutual washing of feet which is firmly located in the core ...
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Swimmers named in Allstars teamPosted in General School News on Friday, 31 March, 2017

Five members of the College's Inter-School Swim Squad have been named in the ACC (Associated & Catholic Colleges) All Stars Swimming Team 2017. Year 8 students, Ben Hollow and Sarah Lea and Year 10 trio, Megan Larmour, Jasmin Allan and Sophie Vergone have been selected for inclusion in the honorary team ...
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New ACC record just reward for dedicated teammatesPosted in General School News on Monday, 27 March, 2017

Mandurah Catholic College's Inter-School Swim Squad dedicated its 2017 competitive season to a teammate seriously injured earlier this year - and their inspiring display of teamsmanship was rewarded with a new ACC record! Year 8 student, Ben Riebeseel received serious neck injuries at a private swimming training session and his teammates ...
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Mining mentorsPosted in General School News on Monday, 27 March, 2017

A group of female students from Mandurah Catholic College participated in a one-day workshop at Alcoa's Huntly Mine recently, with the aim of establishing relationships with women in leadership roles in the mining industry. The Year 11 students had to submit applications to the College’s Vocational Education & Training Learning Area ...
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Year 6 Camp – forging friendships, facing fearsPosted in General School News on Wednesday, 15 March, 2017

This past few days we've learnt new skills, we've worked together as a team and faced many fears. We've built relationships and encouraged others. We are really grateful for having this opportunity. Chloe Murray I loved spending time with my friends and the activities were really fun. The flying fox was ...
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Spotlight on graduates’ filmsPosted in General School News on Monday, 13 March, 2017

Films by former Mandurah Catholic College students, Jasmine Rowe and Emily Garden, are currently being screened in locations across the State in this year’s Media Perspectives Exhibition. The 2016 graduates share the spotlight with a select group of 15 students included in the visual show, which showcases the work of the ...
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Basketballers score a win for sportsmanshipPosted in General School News on Monday, 13 March, 2017

Mandurah Catholic College was contacted recently by MBC Lakers Basketball Club to acknowledge the incredible sportsmanship demonstrated by the College's Year 6 Boys’ Basketball team, MCC 28. The comment from MBA was “Being a good sports costs nothing and our U12 Lakers Boltz and MCC 28 proved that no matter what ...
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2016 Success StatisticsPosted in General School News on Tuesday, 7 March, 2017

Mandurah Catholic College continues to perform strongly in a diverse range of academic subjects and vocational education. In a recent letter from the Executive Director of Catholic Education, Mr Tim McDonald, the College was acknowledged for its consistently high performance in two subjects - Media Production and Analysis, and Outdoor Education ...
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