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The Mandurah Catholic College Dance Program provides tuition in areas such as Contemporary Dance, Jazz and Hip Hop techniques, choreography and improvisation, as well as other related areas of study in history, kinesiology and dance analysis. The program offers offers students in-depth learning opportunities with specialist teachers, and includes excursions or incursions with people from the industry as well as introductions to pathways beyond Senior School courses.


Students can enjoy both practical and theoretical experiences, aimed at developing performance skills and a passion for the Performing Arts. Theatre Studies students are asked to perform and develop live productions that are developed within the school.Students in Years 8 to 12 can study Drama and Theatre Studies is offered to Year 10 students wanting to experience music, dance and drama together in one subject.


The Instrumental Program attracts over 100 students who participate in private lessons. Enrolling a child in the Instrumental Program requires an application form to be submitted to the Head of Learning Area Music. Enrolments are processed in Term 4 in readiness for the following year, however, late enrolments are accepted throughout the year.

Visual Arts

Visual art at MCC promotes arts learning where self-expression and creative exploration take place. Students are encouraged to represent their ideas through a variety of art forms, techniques and media in a well-resourced art studio space.

The culmination of all student artwork will be included in the annual student art exhibition show casing the creative talents and work practices of all student artists across Kindergarten to Year 12. This is a community event that has become a popular opening night evening where the visual arts are celebrated alongside Music, Dance, Drama and Media student work.