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6th October
Boarders Travel to school

7th October
All classes commence Term 4

10th - 16th October
Boarders Travel to school

11th - 15th October
Students AFL Trip to Bamaga

19th October
Student Free Day -
QCAA Verification Day

26th October
Year 9 - Earth Science Field Trip - Excursion

30th October
Presentation Evening
7pm in Main Hall MSB


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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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I can announce that with the wonderful support of the Institute of the Sisters of Mercy, MSB will be offering a range of scholarship options to students and families. Scholarships will be offered to new students and existing students in a range of categories. Application forms, criteria and full details are available from the Scholarships section of this website.  Click here for more information  >>

Indigenous Leaders of Tomorrow

This year a select group of senior Indigenous students have had the opportunity to be a part of the Indigenous Leaders of Tomorrow leadership program. The Mount St Bernard’s students spent 3 days at a conference in Cairns with 17 high schools across far north Queensland and the numbers of students who attend are growing larger every year. The Indigenous Leaders of Tomorrow (ILT) program is about building confidence, gaining leadership skills and encouraging young indigenous students to be empowered to be a leader in their school and community. This was the first year Mount St Bernard’s College has participated in the leadership program and we hope to grow and encourage other indigenous students to participate in the coming years. We hope that this program will bring positive change and will make a big impact on the school for the future.

3 Indigenous Leaders of Tomorrow had the lucky opportunity to lead the Cairns festival parade carrying the Aboriginal, Torres Strait and Australian flag. It was a great experience for the girls who showed pride in their identity in front of huge crowds that gathered in the city. By Thelma - Year 11


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