Congratulations to Olivia and Jamie Hewitt-Toms, who have recently received their Bronze Awards for the 2018 Spirit of IQ, for their ongoing support of Interschool Queensland.
Today is Ash Wednesday and we began our Lenten journey as a college community at our Ash Wednesday Liturgy. During this season, we are called to pray, fast and give in order to refresh our hearts and refocus on our relationship with God and building stronger, loving and merciful relationships with others. Prayer, fasting and […]
On Monday 4 March, author Pamela Rushby visited our school as part of our library program. Pamela spent time with students from year 7 – 10 throughout the day.Mrs Rushby discussed with the students where her ideas come from and how to turn those ideas into stories. She talked about her research and how to […]
Congratulations to Pastoral House Deacon for winning the 2019 Inter-house Swimming Carnival. Pastoral House Leaders Lleyton Phillips and Shelby Devine.
Congratulations to the seniors of 2018. Of the 63.16% of students who were OP eligible, 14 or 29.17% received an OP score between 1 and 5, giving St Stephen’s Catholic College a ranking of 56th in Queensland. This places St Stephen’s third in the Cairns Diocese and second among the Tableland schools. Students from 2018 […]
College Captains from left to right: Kyrah Johnston, Jake Priestly, Jonah Williams and Deborah Hermanus. Pastoral House Leaders from left to right: Augustine – Gemaley Evans Madrid and Parmjot Mally, Deacon – Shelby Devine and Lleyton Phillips, McAuley – Kate Schincariol and Alexander Fogale, and Muluridji – Chelsey Manitta and Anthony Long. Social Justice Committee […]
The 2019 academic year has commenced with much enthusiasm. St Stephen’s Catholic College welcomed the year seven and year twelve cohorts on Tuesday 29 January, with all cohorts returning on Wednesday 30 January . At the first college assembly for the year, Mrs Pinese welcomed those year twelve students from 2018 who could attend and […]
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, […]
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.