Breaking News

Dear Parents, On hearing the latest measures announced by the Prime Minister this evening the College will be closed for the school holidays. Originally we were working with a  staff skeleton attendance to the college could be done by appointment. The directive from the Prime Minister is that wherever possible people should be working from home. […]

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Breaking News

Dear Parents, On hearing the latest measures announced by the Prime Minister this evening the College will be closed for the school holidays. Originally we were working with a  staff skeleton attendance to the college could be done by appointment. The directive from the Prime Minister is that wherever possible people should be working from home. […]

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Important Notice

As you are aware, in the current climate we need to advise the following: Cancellation of Parent/Teacher Interviews – Tuesday 24th MarchCancellation of Parent/Teacher Interviews – Wednesday 25th March Postponement of Mission Action Day Concert – Thursday 26th MarchPostponement of Mission Action Day – Friday 27th March Cancellation of early dismissal – Tuesday 24th MarchNormal […]

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2020 College Leaders

Congratulations to our 2020 lineup.. from left, Vice Captains: Ronan Fernandez and Roque Rosario, Captain: Dylan Peiris. To the right of Principal Tony Coghlan; Vice Captain: David Botros, Head Prefects: Terrence A’Hearn and Amos Duckett.

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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.

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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. […]

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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 […]

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