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I trust that our website opens a window into the rich and vibrant life of Mary MacKillop College. Many people have suggested to me that our College is a “hidden gem”, tucked away behind Portrush Road in a quiet leafy street.
Our College is small in terms of student numbers and that enables strong and enduring relationships to be developed quickly between staff and students. These quality relationships go hand in hand with quality teaching and learning. Our girls feel at home and very much part of the College community.
The College has a strong connection with the Sisters of St Joseph of the Sacred Heart and we honour these historical connections and look to the future with hope and a sense of purpose to continually develop a faith filled community inspired by the service of St Mary of the Cross MacKillop, Australia’s first saint.
Our community celebrated Jamie Oliver's ‘Food Revolution Day.’ What a culinary delight! Our senses were delighted, our taste-buds tantalised and our imagination for what is possible with healthy ingredients was sparked.
The Opening of the Sister Catherine Clark Library and Resource Centre and naming of the Sister Margaret Lamb Gymnasium & Multi Function Centre was held on Sunday 1 March.
The ceremony was officiated by College Principal Kath McGuigan and College Captains Stephanie and Carla, with valuable words spoken by our special guests, Sister Catherine Clark rsj and Sister Margaret Lamb rsj, whom our new buildings are named after.
On Sunday 1 March, we enjoyed a perfect Autumn day for The Mary MacKillop College Open Day!
Smiles and excitement could be seen on the faces of the many parents, children, aunts, uncles and grandparents who visited our College for an afternoon filled with discovery, new acquaintances, entertainment, food and fun.
I am pleased to announce the 2014 SACE results for Mary MacKillop College.
We are delighted with these results and congratulate our 2014 Year 12 students on their dedication to their studies and their outstanding success.
Eight MacKillop girls and their teacher, Claire MacLennan have embarked on an expedition to Cambodia and Vietnam as part of the World Challenge program for students.