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 […]
Muluridji were unstoppable at this year’s Inter-House Athletics Carnival. The team took the lead in the 1,500 metre pre-event and never looked back, taking the trifecta for all three (3) Carnivals in 2016. The day featured energetic and friendly rivalry among the houses and a positive and cooperative spirit amongst the students. There were many […]
Last Saturday evening, five students represented St Stephen’s Catholic College at the Lions Youth of the Year in Mareeba and Atherton. Vivek Kolala, Tulani Lea’uanae, Kate Wilcox (overall winner) and Rebecca Hermanus competed in Mareeba, while Grace Officer performed well in Atherton. These students were great ambassadors for the college. Kate will now contest in […]
Muluridji Pastoral House has been victorious two years in a row at the College Swimming Carnival which was held last Friday. Team spirit was on display with dance battles and loud cheering for the competitors. The talent was outstanding this year with many records being broken. Special mention must go to Alaina Smith, Nadia Falvo […]
The Year 12 outcomes of OP-Eligible students in 2015, ensured that St Stephen’s Catholic College is once again in the Queensland University of Technology’s ‘Blue Group’ status. Since 2005, the Queensland University of Technology has been analysing the Queensland published data in relation to senior schooling. Over this time, they have developed several indices which, […]
Former St Stephen’s Catholic College student, William Snell was one of 29 top-performing students from across the state to receive a Distinguished Academic Achiever Award at a special ceremony in Brisbane on 20 February. The College Dux of 2015 and OP 1 recipient was part of an elite group of 37 young people from 27 […]