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November Rising Star Award for swimmer

November Rising Star Award for swimmer

SPORTS ACHIEVEMENTS

November Rising Star award for swimmer

Year 11 student Ross Rann was awarded the Busselton Freight Services Rising Star Award for November, after winning a silver medal in the 100m backstroke at the State Championships in January.

Australian Female Sailor of the Year

Australian Female Sailor of the Year

SPORTS ACHIEVEMENTS

Australian Female Sailor of the Year

Year 11 student Hailey Johnson was awarded the title of 2016 Australian Female Sailor of the Year after her performance in the Australian Youth Championship and other competitions in Melbourne and Sydney during the summer holidays.

Australian U16 Cricket Squad selection

Australian U16 Cricket Squad selection

SPORTING ACHIEVEMENTS

Australian U16 Cricket Squad selection

Year 10 student Connor Smith has earned a spot on the youngest squad selected to represent Australia after performing well in the recent 15 and Under National Championships in Brisbane.

Senior students meet with social justice

Senior students meet with social justice

Senior students meet with social justice

Senior students met recently with Martin Mazinga, National Programmes Coordinator of the Catholic Development Commission in Malawi, responsible for sustainable development opportunities for marginalised communities.

Hospitality News: Cafe, cheesecake and cacao

Hospitality News: Cafe, cheesecake and cacao

Hospitality News: Cafe, cheesecake and cacao

Our new MacKillop Café, open twice a week and run by Year 12 Hospitality students, has been a hit with Year 12 students and staff. Regular patrons have taken to our new loyalty cards (buy 8 get 2 free), and the delicious chocolate cake and chocolate chip cookies have also been popular.

PC Swimming Carnival results 2016

PC Swimming Carnival results 2016

Primary Campus Swimming Carnival

(Years 4-6)

Thank you to all the staff and parents who assisted at our swimming carnival. Congratulations to all of our students. Everyone was very enthusiastic, tried their best and supported their fellow team mates.

New classroom in nature

New classroom in nature

When the doors opened at the new St Mary MacKillop College this month, primary students also had a new and unique classroom to enjoy - without any doors at all!

In fact Primary science teacher Miss Louise Cranley has even left out ceiling and walls with the completion of a sustainable garden and outdoor teaching space.

New facilities near completion

New facilities near completion

The final touches are being made this term on our new state-of-the-art gymnasium situated between the Primary and Secondary campuses. With a modern performing arts stage and green rooms, other features include a full size basketball court and climbing wall complete with abseiling facilities.