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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

NAIDOC POSTER 2014
This year, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students were invited to submit an artwork based on this years theme Serving Country: Centenary and Beyond. The poster competition is a chance for talented artists aged 13 years and older to be recognised across Australia.

The winning artwork will be used to create the National NAIDOC Poster which will promote NAIDOC week 2014. The students were asked to give their artwork a name and write the hidden meaning and symbolism of their poster. Here are a few examples of the fabulous work Mount St Bernard is producing;

       Naidoc Poster   Naidoc Poster

       Naidoc Poster   Naidoc Poster

NAPLAN
Students in year 9 will be consolidating skills explicitly taught in Term 1, and experiencing some NAPLAN practice tests early in term 2. NAPLAN testing days are 13-15th May 2014. Please encourage your student to work positively towards achieving well. This is moment -in-time data, and we encourage all students to give their best effort.

Year 9.1 Social ScienceYEAR 9.1 SOCIAL SCIENCE
This term, Ms Trudy's Year 9 Social Science class has been insatiably studying the Industrial Revolution and how it has impacted the modern world. Through the students' thirst for knowledge and understanding coupled with their inquiring minds and evaluation of sources, they each have produced a scrapbook of their journey through the Industrial Revolution.

The class journey through the Industrial Revolution has been one filled with wonder and excitement, with the end result being something each class member should be very proud of. Well done Year 9. Now, let's get cracking on discovering how this great nation of ours became what it is today!

Mungalli Falls Year 8 Camp

 

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for more news and photos.

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Important Dates

3rd April
End of Term Lilturgy in the Chapel
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School Cross Country
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End of Term 1 @ 3pm


4th April
Boarders travel home
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School Holidays commence
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MSB Office closes 4pm


22nd April
MSB Office Open
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Boarders travel to school


23rd April

All classes commence for Term 2


24th April

ANZAC Day Liturgy


25th April

ANZAC Day Public Holiday


30th April
District Cross Country at MSB
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Year 10 HPV vaccinations boys only
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Year 8 HPV & Chickenpox vaccinations
boys and girls


1st May
Parent Teacher interviews 4pm-6pm


3rd May
Wheelbarrow Race Fundraiser
Sausage Sizzle at IGA Atherton


11th May
Mother's Day


13th- 15th May
NAPLAN Tests Year 9

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