Congratulations to the seniors of 2018 for their excellent results. Fourteen students or 29% of those who were OP-eligible, received scores between 1 and 5. These included the two students who received OP 1 scores (Ellana Spena and Elena Pilat) as well as, Paulina Bernhardi (OP 2), Jett Stankovich, Mackenzie Elms, Sam Daniell, Dylan Cappella, […]
Archives for 2018
On Wednesday 5 December, St Stephen’s Catholic College welcomed the 2019 year seven students, for an orientation day in preparation for their first year of secondary schooling.
At the college’s final assembly and thanksgiving mass on Friday 30 November, the 2019 Social Justice Committee presented the Christmas hampers to St Vincent de Paul for distribution to local residents. Incoming President and Vice-President, Sienna Cheesman and Arwen Rose presented the hampers to representatives from St Vincent de Paul.
Mrs Anne Serra from Rosie’s (Friends on the Street) attended assembly on Monday to receive a donation from St Stephen’s Catholic College. Presenting the cheque to Mrs Serra are executive members from the Student Representative Council, Annalisse Troncone (President) and Brianne So Choy (Vice-President).
At the recent Mossman 7’s competition, St Stephen’s u13 Netball Team were victorious, scoring the highest points in the round robin and then winning the final against Mareeba State High School 11-5. In the round robin games, St Stephen’s defeated Innisfail State High School 10-2, Mossman State High School 13-2 and Redlynch State College 10-4, […]
St Stephen’s Catholic College attended the Remembrance Day commemoration service held in Mareeba on Sunday. Andrew Close sounded the last post, Deborah Hermanus recited the poem “In Flanders Field” and Jamie Malcolm sung the National Anthem.
St Stephen’s Catholic College held its annual Awards Presentation on Tuesday night.
On 20 and 21 October, St Stephen’s Catholic College was again represented at the Queensland Inter School Chess State Finals. The team of Iago Roche-Maxwell, Brandon Osborne, Caleb Shorey and Layton Osborne, competed among the top eighteen school teams from regional and metropolitan Queensland. After two days of solid performances, St Stephen’s Catholic College finished […]
Students from St Stephen’s Catholic College recently represented the Cairns Region at the Opti-MINDS State Finals in Brisbane. Congratulations to Abigail Garate, Mia McNeill, Amelia Morris and Lucy Perrett who were award first place. It was a wonderful weekend designed to challenge the students’ creativity. The team competed against the twelve other regional Opti-MINDS representative […]
The u15 Boys Futsal team represented St Stephen’s Catholic College at the Federation of Australian Futsal, Oceania School Championships from Friday 19 to Sunday 21 October, in the u16 Boys category, after finishing in first place at the Far North Queensland school titles in term two. The boys went through the tournament undefeated, going into […]