In terms of OP scores, the college has obtained impressive results with three students, attaining OP 1 and three achieving an OP 2. Out of the 41 OP-eligible students, 61% received a score between 1 and 10 and 93% between 1 and 15. While all students are to be commended for their efforts in achieving […]
Archives for 2016
St Stephen’s Catholic College was well represented at the recent Federation of Australian Futsal National Interschool Titles held on the Gold Coast. With ten teams in each division, our U16 team placed fourth in their category, with the U13 and U14 teams placing second and third respectively in their category. The U13 team has now […]
St Stephen’s Catholic College held its Annual Awards Night and pictured with the Principal, Mrs Ida Pinese, are Kate Wilcox and Rebecca Hermanus. Kate was awarded the College Dux, Rotary All Rounder, Public Speaking Award and co-recipient of the Amaroo Medical Bursary. Rebecca received the Sr Mary Stephen Memorial Award, the Australian Defence Force Leadership Award […]
St Stephen’s Catholic College held its annual Arts Exhibition last night. Congratulations to the Arts/LOTE Department for a very successful exhibition of students’ talents.
St Stephen’s Catholic College Wheelbarrow Race Team Members, Rhys Pozzebon and Nadia Tudini presented the Mareeba Friends of the Hospital Foundation with a cheque for $2,200.00. The President of the Mareeba Friends, Ms Ida Portella, gratefully accepted the donation along with Committee Members, Mr Stephen Gear and Mrs Nina Grant.
St Stephen’s Chess Team 1 (as pictured, left to right – Aaron Bryce, Hunter Liebold, Thomas Gargan and Caleb Shorey) finished third in the final round of the FNQ Interschool Chess competition. The team finished on twenty (20) points, half a point behind the second placed team St Mary’s Catholic College and two (2) and […]
For the fourth year in a row, St Stephen’s Catholic College has won the District Athletics Carnival followed by Atherton High State School in second place and Mareeba State High School in third place. Our students should be commended on their good spirit and effort over the two (2) day carnival which was held at […]
Tom Gargan has won the inaugural St Stephen’s Catholic College Chess Competition (The Harnischfeger Cup) for Semester 1, 2016. Tom beat Aaron Bryce 2-0 in the final with two check mates. Congratulations Tom! The Semester 2 competition begins next week. Who will be the next student to have their name etched on the cup?
College Captain of St Stephen’s Catholic College, Kate Wilcox, is a Queensland recipient of the 2016 Pierre de Coubertin Award. This is a national award which recognises senior secondary students who demonstrate the values and attributes consistent with the Olympic spirit through participation and commendable behaviour in sporting activities. Not only is Kate an excellent […]