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College Students Provide More Support to The Redcliffe Breakfast Club

College Students Donate Much Needed Urn to Breakfast Club

Students at Mt Maria College, Petrie, recently opened their hearts to help support the growing need of charitable organisation, The Redcliffe Breakfast Club, to better serve the community in the lead up to the colder winter months. Students discovered that the Redcliffe Breakfast Club volunteers needed new equipment to deliver breakfast, light meals, and hot drinks to the homeless and ...

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Year 10 Boys: Building Well-being and Leadership Skills

The Good Man Project at Tough Mudder, 2018

At the start of this year, Mt Maria College, Petrie launched The Good Man Project. A program that works with Year 10 boys to support their well-being and build their leadership skills. This program has a multi-faceted approach to supporting participants, including dedicated class time to discuss and challenge the colloquial perceptions of what it means to be a ‘good ...

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Taking Enrolment Enquiries Now

Mt Maria College, Petrie 2018 Open Day Mike Connolly

Make an Enrolment Enquiry (click here) At a recent Open Day, the Principal of Mt Maria College, Petrie, Mike Connolly showcased the college and all it has to offer both students and families. Further, Principal Connolly talked about how the college tailors to the student – rather than the student having to fit within what the college offers. “We tailor ...

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2018 Open Day

2018 Open Day

OPEN DAY (all welcome): RSVP now for the Mt Maria College, Petrie – 2018 Open Day! From 9am Sunday, 20 May there will be information stands (inc enrolment information), demonstrations, entertainment, food and much, MUCH more. This is also a great opportunity to see how Mt Maria College, Petrie nurtures the full potential of every student. For further details (follow ...

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Paul Blom – Hope and a Future

Paul Blom - Hope and a Future

The Assistant Principal Religious Education of Mt Maria College, Petrie, Paul Blom recently took the time to talk about hope and future on 96five Family FM (radio station). TRANSCRIPT: 96.5’s Justin Rouillon, Image and Technical Producer This is Family Worship, heard Sunday Mornings from 9:00 on Brisbane’s 96five. Thanks for joining us today on Family Worship. I’m Paul Blom, Assistant ...

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OPEN TO THE PUBLIC: Important Online Safety and Cyberbullying Event

Wednesday 21 February 2018 – 6.00pm for 6.30pm start  Kolbe Sports Centre, Armstrong Street, Petrie Burger & drink dinner deal available in support of the College P & F RSVP: Tuesday, 20 February mmcpoffice@bne.catholic.edu.au   According to the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), 86% of teenagers between 14 – 17-years-old own or use a mobile phone. And these teenagers are accessing the internet via a ...

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Welcome Back!

Mr Michael Connolly

As the start of the 2018 school year draws closer, Mr Mike Connolly, Principal of Mt Maria College, Petrie, welcomed all new and returning students and their families. Mr Connolly also shared an update on the new refurbishments that have occurred over the school break. “I am very excited because we have done a full refurbishment of our campus. The ...

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This Year (2017) was Fantastic, Next Year will be Even Better

Meet the 2018 School Captains

As the end of 2017 draws closer, Mr Mike Connolly, Principal of Mt Maria College, Petrie, farewelled the departing year-12 students. The Principal also shared an update on the progress of the 2018 building works. “We’re getting our first of our stage one of our buildings built in preparation for our $3 million project next year, which we’re really excited ...

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Meet the 2018 School Captains

Meet the 2018 School Captains

The Mt Maria College, Petrie 2018 Captains have been announced after an intensive selection process. The Principal of Mt Maria College, Petrie, Mr Mike Connolly, introduced (watch the video) two of the three school captains for 2018, while also sharing the college’s plans for a recent funding grant. School Captain, Jasmine DeMarchi and Vice-captains Saraiyah Pilot (and Oliver Cox-Saunders, who ...

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