Author Archives: Mazenod Admin

Mazenod Excellence Awards

Our annual Excellence Award Assembly (formally known as 90+) was a wonderful success for both students, parents/guardians and the Mazenod College Community as a whole. Well attended by proud parents and mentors, we celebrated the outstanding achievements of our 2019 Year 12 students with a standout speech delivered by our College Dux; Samuel Warner.

NASA Student Space program a huge success

In December 2019, 9 of our senior students had the privilege of going to an exciting expedition to NASA, Houston, USA along with a staff member. This added further exposure and experience to the learning journeys of our students. The two-week long program was filled with adventurous discovery, development and lots of hands on learning. […]

Forty-plus reasons to celebrate: the schools that excelled in science and humanities

The Age, Wednesday 18th December 2019 To turn his Catholic boys’ school into a humanities powerhouse, Mazenod College subject co-ordinator Nick Young said he had to confront the students’ weaknesses. “Boys definitely connect with history; they love war, revolution and those sorts of narratives,” he said. “But they don’t like reading. That’s a stereotype that […]

VCE Results for 2019

It is with great pleasure that I present to you the VCE Results for 2019. We are proud of all the students graduating from Mazenod in both VCE and VCAL. A huge congratulations to all Mazenod College students!

NASA CASE Space Program

Students from schools including Mazenod and Avila are participating in the NASA CASE Space Program. Students spend two weeks in Houston with incredible access to NASA and innovative technology organisations. They tour NASA and cutting-edge tech start-ups, engage directly with NASA experts to design and plan their own space mission, and apply business management skills […]

Speech Night 2019

The measure of accomplishment for a Speech Night should not be based on duration, but one of the goals set for Speech Night 2019 – Celebrate and Inspire, was to make the evening more pungent and relevant to all members of the College Community. You did not have to be an award recipient, a musician […]