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Welcome to Mount St Bernard College where we offer a quality, Catholic secondary education for young people, male and female, in Years 8 thru 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. 

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.

I invite you to visit or contact our school and talk with our leadership team about an educational partnership that will launch your childwell into the future with a strong academic foundation based on Christian values. In the words of our school motto; Let your light shine!”

Br Bill Tynan
Principal


In the News at MSB

Garden to Kitchen ProgramGARDEN TO KITCHEN PROGRAM
It is fantastic to see our students learning real life skills, alongside their academic studies.

YOUNG STRONG AND HEALTHY PROGRAM
– Year 8, Term 3

MSB is partnering with Wuchopperen Health Service in Term 3 to deliver the Young Strong and Healthy program. The program will be delivered to all Year 8 students and will compliment programs already delivered in other subject areas such as Health and Physical Education. One of the goals of the program is to both educate and assist young people in making informed and smart choices regarding tobacco use and healthy lifestyle choices. If you would like any further information about this program, please do not hesitate to contact Mr MacCallum or Mrs Rossiter
– 4096 1444.


10 IDMT stage combatIT & GRAPHICS - 10 IDMT
The year 10s this term have been busy with film editing. A few volunteers bravely stepped forward to learn stage combat and choreograph their own short fight. The editing and sound effects were put together by the Year 10s with pleasing results. The photo to the right is part of Episode 2 of 3 being filmed this semester.

2015
Enrolments for year 7 and 8 are over half full, room for about 25 more in these two new classes. The decision has been made to expand slowly, to have 210 to 220 students next year, not 250. Some will miss out because of this, so you need to contact us soon if you wish to be included.

THE RURAL FIRE SERVICE QUEENSLAND AND MT ST BERNARD COLLEGE OFFERS STUDENTS GREAT EXPERIENCE
Rural Fire Service experienceFar Nth Qld Rural Fire Service Volunteers from the Tablelands Lakes District, along with students from Mount St Bernard College, Herberton, and employees from Tablelands Regional Council and Dept of Energy and Resource Management completed an exercise in Irvinebank on Saturday 14th June 2014 as part of a state wide operation called ”Operation Cool Burn”. 13 vehicles and 54 personnel were deployed to test their operations at a large scale bush fire incident. Training included, Incident Management Control, 4WD skills, Relay pumping, First Aid, Burn over, navigation and finally a live fire exercise.

In conjunction with the Rural Fire Service Queensland, Mount St Bernard College has been offering a Certificate II in Public Safety-Fire Operations for three years. The Innisfail Area office of the Rural Fire Service provides trainers to the college for this vital course.

Rural Fire Service experienceCollege principal Br Bill Tynan said “Mount St Bernard College is very pleased with the schools continued involvement in these exercises and very proud to be part of operations to save houses in late 2012. Each experience like these help students to learn from the Rural Fire Service and grasp the practical meaning of service.” Student Seiji Gabey from Yorke Island in the Torres Strait said “As there is no fire department on Yorke Island I can help at home with the knowledge I gain from this event and training at school. I’ll be able to apply this knowledge back home in the Torres Strait.” Jim Maitie from Moa Island in the Torres Strait said “I feel very confident and really enjoy doing this course and the training exercise was great.”


Please refer to the latest newsletter for more news and photos.

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27th June
Boarders Travel home
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School holidays commence
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MSB Office closes @ 2pm


8th July
Atherton Show local holiday


15th July
MSB Office re-opens @ 8am


18th July
Cairns Show local holiday


21st July
Boarders travel to school


22nd July
All classes commence Term 3


29th July
English Skills ICAS Test


30th July
Parent Teacher Student Interviews
MSB Convent Courtyard 4-6pm


31st July - 1st August
District Track & Field (Athletics)
Malanda SHS


7th August
Australian Mathematics Competition


12th August
Maths Skills ICAS Test


17th - 18th August
Peninsula Track & Field (Athletics)
Barlow Park Cairns


20th August
St Bernard's Day Mass


22nd August
Naidoc Day Celebrations

 

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