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28th October
Presentation Evening Main Hall at MSB
Bandanna Day

31st October - 10th November
Study Zone

11th - 15th November
Year 12 Block Exams

18th November
Year 12 Final Day - Liturgy
10am in Chapel

21st - 23rd November
Year 11 Block Exams

24th November
Community Day
Term 4 ends

2nd December
MSB Office Closes for Holidays



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Mount St Bernard College offers a quality, Catholic secondary education for young people, male and female, in Years 7 through 12.  At MSB we are proud of our Mercy traditions, while remaining responsive to the contemporary needs of students who seek a faith-based education that will stand them in good stead for the future. Catholic Education Office Cairns

Our College is a culturally diverse community which provides a holistic education that nurtures the academic, spiritual, emotional, physical, cultural and social development of individual students in a caring, safe and supportive environment. At MSB we recognise the individuality of every one of our students. We seek to help each student become the best person they can be, by providing quality learning and teaching and making available a rich tapestry of sporting,artistic and other co-curricular activities, to help them discover and develop their personal giftedness.

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Currently we have some male and female students participating in the AFL Cape York Bamaga Trip. This is the second year we have participated and we are looking forward to making this a successful yearly experience. By all accounts the students have been wonderful school ambassadors and participating well. 

Bamaga Trip Experience


Students who have attended the Herberton Historic Railway Tuesday elective have had the opportunity to help a group of passionate volunteers who are dedicated to bringing the 106 year old railway history to life for the Tableland community and visitors. In 1908 a railway was constructed between Cairns and Herberton to transport tin ore to the coast. This railway was officially opened on 20th October 1910 but closed in 1990. Students have been very busy working with the other volunteers to restore an old carriage. In time to come, when all restoration has been completed, it is hoped that this carriage will be a part of a tourist run between Herberton and Atherton.

Herberton Heritage Railway Museum Herberton Heritage Railway Museum

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