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General NoticesPosted in General Notices on Monday, 3 December, 2018


Parking on College street verge
Parents/guardians and visitors to the College are not permitted to park on the street verge at the front of the College (Coodanup Drive). Not only is it a traffic hazard – obscuring the line of sight for cars exiting the College grounds and being too close to a pedestrian crossing- it is also having a detrimental impact on the grass and reticulation.  Many hours of work have been carried out recently by the College Maintenance Team to enhance the lawns and garden beds, which included the installation of an extensive reticulation system. Damage being caused to the reticulation by cars will inevitably have an impact on school fees.


School Fees
A reminder that ALL school fees were due last Friday, 30 November.  If you have not settled your account, please contact me on 9531 9529 or via email at to discuss payment.

Mrs Jackie Wilkie
Finance Officer 


Lost Property
The Lost Property bins around the College campus are overflowing. If your child is missing any items of clothing or school sundries, including camping gear, please check the bins located in the College gymnasium, Student Reception and Primary School undercover area. There are scores of water bottles/insulated drink containers. All unclaimed items will be donated to St Vincent De Paul at the end of term.  

There are also numerous pairs of prescription glasses and sunglasses at Student Reception. If you are missing yours, chances are they might be among the growing collection in College Administration.


Vacancies exist in Years 4 and 5 in  2019 and for Year 7 in 2020.

For the Primary classes (Years 4 and 5), Mandurah Catholic College extends an invitation exclusively to parents of children who are currently not receiving a Catholic education (ie, are not attending a Catholic primary school).

Expressions of interest for Year 7, 2020, are also invited.  Please submit your application form as soon as possible. Families with students currently attending MCC must still submit applications for siblings entering Year 7. The enrolment of siblings does not occur automatically.

Please visit the College website for more information or email the undersigned on The preferred method of enquiry over the holiday break is via email, as office hours are reduced.

Mrs Michelle Thorn
College Registrar