National selection for karate champPosted in College Community on Monday, 27 February, 2017
Lochlan Amos has been mastering the art of karate for almost as long as he has been attending school.
And the 12 years spent practicing the ancient martial art has paid off for Lochlan with the announcement that he has been selected in the Australian Junior Karate Squad.
Lochlan joined 60 participants ...
Forming FriendshipsPosted in General School News on Friday, 24 February, 2017
New friendships were formed, old bonds strengthened and much laughter shared when all Year 7 students attended camp recently.
Each year, the entire Year 7 cohort goes on camp early in Term One to ensure that all of them, especially those students new to the College, are welcomed warmly and experience ...
A reverent beginning to the 2017 academic yearPosted in College Community on Friday, 10 February, 2017
Students and staff from Years 3 to 12, together with parents and friends of the College community and invited guests, welcomed the 2017 academic year at the College's Opening Mass.
Father Tony Chiera, Vicar General of Bunbury, led the gathering through an inspiring Mass, his message in his homily being that ...
Welcome to 2017 at Mandurah Catholic CollegePosted in College Community on Wednesday, 1 February, 2017
Mandurah Catholic College welcomed new students into the College community today.
An excited and energetic cohort of Year 7 students spent the morning familiarising themselves with the College campus and structure, building on the knowledge gained during an orientation day held late last year. New students in Years 8 to 11 ...
Traffic FlowPosted in Uncategorized on Wednesday, 1 February, 2017
Ensuring that traffic flows safely within the College grounds is imperative, especially during peak drop off and pick up times. Please study the Traffic Flow map to become familiar with the “rules” that apply to entering and exiting the College grounds from Coodanup Drive.
The yellow arrows indicate the Drop Off ...
Speech and Award CeremoniesPosted in General School News on Monday, 12 December, 2016
Mandurah Catholic College's most prestigious annual award, the Holy Family Medal, was this year presented to 2016 Ministry Prefect, Tayla Ward.
Nominees for the Holy Family Medal are judged on their performance throughout their Secondary schooling. The recipient must have displayed a consistent work ethic with maximum effort in all their ...
Expo highlights Coastal Care concernsPosted in General School News on Thursday, 8 December, 2016
A Coastal Care Expo staged at Mandurah Catholic College today was the culmination of an extensive environmental awareness program undertaken by the Year 7 cohort.
Organised by Mrs Yvette Clifton, the College's Director of Learning Enhancement, Year 7 students worked in teams researching topics relevant to Coastal Care. Students researched and ...
Best in the NationPosted in College Community on Thursday, 8 December, 2016
College Sports scholarship holder, Sophie Vergone has been ranked No 1 in Australia for two swimming events. The Year 9 swimming sensation now sits at the top of the ladder for the Female 200m Individual Medley (which she swims in 2.23.92) and the Female 400m Individual Medley (5.06.00). Sophie is ...
2016 Speech and Awards CeremonyPosted in College Community on Monday, 28 November, 2016
2016 Ministry Prefect, Tayla Ward, received the Holy Family Medal at the College’s 2016 Speech and Awards (Secondary School) Ceremony on Friday.
The Holy Family Medal is the most prestigious award at the College and nominees are judged on their performance throughout their Secondary schooling. The recipient must have displayed a ...
State award honours sports leadershipPosted in College Community on Monday, 28 November, 2016
A prestigious State award that acknowledges excellence in the development of School Sport has been presented to a Mandurah Catholic College staff member.
Director of Sport, Mr Nick Jenkins, received the ACC Recognition Award at the recent Associated & Catholic Colleges' annual Presentation Breakfast. He was applauded for the many initiatives ...