Principal's Welcome

Dear Members of the Villanova College Family,
“Buzz” and “good vibe” were words I heard when moving around the College campus during the QCMF last weekend. The campus was certainly alive with musicians busily preparing for their performances and rushing to the venues. The army of volunteers was on hand to ensure all our guests were welcomed and looked after during their time at the festival. Thank you to all the volunteers who gave so generously of their time to support the QCMF.

The four days event is a huge logistical exercise with over 13,000 performers attending the Festival this year. Congratulations to Mr Michael Jones, the Music staff and all associated with the QCMF. All who attended were impressed with the high level of organisation and professionalism of the event.

Our musicians performed admirably over the four days of the Festival. Congratulations to all ensembles, choirs and bands who took advantage of the opportunity to display their hard work and dedication to Music. Our conductors and Instrumental Music teachers can be extremely proud of the performance of their students.

Year 12 QCS TEST

Next Tuesday 29 and Wednesday 30 August, the Year 12 students who are OP Eligible will be sitting the Queensland Core Skills Test. This test is extremely important in determining a student’s OP Rank and is used to scale the academic results achieved by a student at the end of Year 12. Students will sit the Writing Task and Multiple Choice I Papers on Tuesday and the Short Response Paper and Multiple Choice Paper II on Wednesday – a total of seven hours of testing.

Since Term Four Year 11, these students have sat 10 practice exams and attended a number of workshops and tutorial sessions in preparation for the QCS Test. Our students can be confident of what to expect in the test and how best to respond to each paper. We wish the senior class of 2017 all the best for next week.

Year 10 2018 Information Evening

The introduction of the new Queensland Certificate of Education in 2019 heralds a significant change in the education landscape. The changes have resulted in new syllabuses for all senior subjects and the introduction of an external assessment task written and marked by the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA).

Accompanying these changes is the introduction of the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank – ATAR that will replace the OP System for the graduating class of 2020. To be eligible for an ATAR, students must meet the following criteria:

  1. Satisfactory completed (C – Grade) an English subject
  2. Studied five general subjects or four general subjects plus one applied subject or Vet course at AQF Certificate III or above
  3. Accumulated their subject results within a five-year period

While students must satisfactorily complete an English subject to be eligible for an ATAR, the result in English will only be included in the ATAR calculation if it is one of the student’s best five subjects.

Parents of our current Year 9 students are invited to attend the Year 10 2018 Information Evening in the Hanrahan Theatre commencing at 6.30 pm next Tuesday 29 August 2017.


At the end of next week, I will be taking the remainder of the term as Long Service Leave and will resume duties at the commencement of Term Four. In my absence our Deputy Principal, Mr Steven Bremner will be Acting Principal.


We keep in our prayers past student, Joshua van Genderen who passed away last week. We offer our heartfelt prayers and thoughts to his family.

May his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, rest in peace. Amen

You have made us for Yourself O Lord

And our hearts are restless until they rest in You.

God bless

Mr Mark Stower, Principal

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Head of Junior School

Wakakirri is a story-dance festival that Villanova College has proudly participated in every other year over the past decade.  It is a huge commitment from Terms 1 to 3 where staff carefully and strategically plan a story around a signature item (“gift” for 2017), choreographed to music tracks.  Costumes and make up complete the characters and the stage comes to life for seven minutes of non-stop entertainment.

It is fair to say that my wife has the love of musical theatre and live performance in our family.  She books us tickets to plays and happily ventures off to musicals with friends.  I know some of the popular soundtracks that are around, but of course nothing beats the NBA commentary team, so I am a complete novice in this area.  What I do really understand is how important this co-curricular aspect of the Junior School is for our boys.

Twice a week for two terms the lads have shown up to rehearsals where they have brainstormed, plotted, danced and mimed their way into a fantastic concept of a birthday boy using his imagination with his rocket ship to have a dance off with aliens and astronauts.  Led by Ms Gina Ellis, known for her dramatic flair and singing talents, the team has rehearsed and refined a performance bound to capture the audience’s attention.  Ms Kelson Lee and Ms Georgia Mills-Geer have given their time and energy into setting scenes and choreographing dance moves, all within our boys’ abilities and in time to an eclectic music track that will entertain parents for sure.  Ms Janet Akenson has certainly used her costume talents, and it now makes perfect sense that only weeks ago she was asking for boxes for her alien masks whilst wearing quite a bit of green paint on herself.

Yesterday, the Wakakirri Team travelled to the Logan Entertainment Centre where they adorned their hair and make-up and give it everything to a live audience.  Three student speakers within the team responded to some questions from the judges on the evening.

After the Junior School was treated to a dress rehearsal on Tuesday, one individual commented on the microphone about loving the social aspect of Wakakirri.  As I looked over the cast, I realised that not only did we have Year 5s and 6s, but we also had around 65 boys who might have never otherwise gotten to know each other so well.  Wakakirri has provided a means for our young men to take risks, have a lot of fun, try out dramatic elements, mix in some impressive dance moves and broaden the social circles.

I would also like to sincerely thank the Music Department for showing our best talents last weekend at the QCMF from Thursday to Sunday.  Nothing beats getting to show your best side under a spotlight and our Gold and Silver Medal certificates are going to be treasured.  The hours of preparation, the patience required conducting a large group of boys with instruments and the vision to believe in previously unknown talents is incredible.  Again, I am in awe of the tireless efforts of Mr Michael Jones, Mrs Samantha Sleep, Mrs Justine Silk and their incredible team of music tutors.  Thank you for lifting the boys to achieve their full potential.

A reminder that the Book Fair is taking place this week in the Tolle Lege Library.  Bargains galore adorn the tables and I urge all boys to find one for themselves or possibly a gift for Father’s Day at unbeatable prices.  I know our boys will all have the chance in class time and lunchbreaks to peruse the hundreds of titles set out by the Library team.  “Escape to Everywhere” with a book gentlemen – after the Wakakirri team visit outer space and the QCMF is finally packed away, I cannot think of anything else better to do.

Mr Stephen Rouhliadeff, Head of Junior School

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Head of Middle School

The landscape of Senior Schooling is changing.  With the OP system ending with the Year 12s of 2019, the new ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank) system will formally commence for our current Year 9s in 2019 [as they start Year 11].

The QCAA are currently reviewing and rewriting all senior syllabuses to ensure they meet the knowledge and skills required for both further study and 21st century employment. There will also be significant changes to the way that students are assessed.

The implications of these changes to Senior Schooling are far reaching. For them, and our students, to be successful we need to begin our planning now. This is especially true for our Year 9 students, who need to make subject choices for next year.

This week, Mr Stower wrote to all Year 9 parents inviting them to attend a Parent Information Evening next Tuesday, 29th August in the Hanrahan Theatre at 6.30pm. This event will outline the key factors of the new Senior Schooling system, as well as the process for Year 10/2018 subject selections.

Of course, the new system is relevant to all of our Middle School students, as they will graduate under this system.  I would therefore encourage all Middle School parents to access these links:

For our Year 7 and 8 students more information about 2018 subject selections and what these changes mean will be published in the coming weeks.

Mr Greg O’Neill, Head of Middle School

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Head of Senior School

Year 12 QCS Test
Next Tuesday and Wednesday, our Year 12 students will sit the Queensland Core Skills Test. This is one of the most significant challenges on their academic journey at Villanova College. In the Form Meeting this week, I reinforced the intentional message that we have consistently delivered to all students sitting the test – to do your very best as a contributing member of ‘Team Villanova’. If every student buys into this philosophy, all members of the cohort benefit from a strong QCS mean which maximises post-school university pathway options. I would like to offer this prayer to all our Year 12 students and wish them the very best:

Come Holy Spirit, with all Your gifts and graces.

Guide the thinking processes and fill the minds of our Year 12s with the ideas and concepts they need to know in order to do well in the QCS test.

Illuminate their minds and make clear the answers they are supposed to give for each question.

Replace any anxiety they feel with peace knowing that You are with them to assist and guide their responses.


Leadership in the Senior School

This week I had the pleasure of addressing both the Year 10s and Year 11s in their Form Meetings. One of the underpinning points of my presentation focused upon student leadership in the Senior School. Upholding our philosophy of ‘Three Schools, One College’, I emphasised the importance of Senior School students providing strong leadership to the Junior and Middle School students. It is not the sole responsibility of the Year 12s in their white shirts to lead the way in this endeavour. All Senior School students can play their part by the example they set to their younger Villanova brethren – whether that be the pride they exhibit in wearing their uniform, their behaviour on public transport as well as upholding the values reflective of a fine young Villanova gentleman – humility, integrity, compassion, empathy and self-discipline.

Year 10 Pastoral Area Leader, Mr Sean O’Neill, Year 11 Pastoral Area Leader, Mr Peter Meecham and I look forward to guiding our Year 10 and Year 11 students through their leadership journey and selecting the members of the 2018 Student Leadership team over the course of the next few months.

“A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way and shows the way” – John C Maxwell

Mr Matt Levander, Head of Senior School

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Curriculum Update

NAPLAN Reports posted
The Year 5, 7 and 9 NAPLAN reports have arrived at the College this week and were mailed to parents yesterday. The results across the College were strong, as detailed previously and students are to be congratulated on their results. Should you not have received your son’s NAPLAN report by the end of this week, please contact the Curriculum Office so that a replacement can be forwarded to you.

Year 12 QCS
After a long and detailed preparation program, next week sees the culmination of our combined efforts when students sit the QCS tests on Tuesday and Wednesday. The Year 12 cohort has been well prepared and are armed with a range of strategies and feedback to maximise our results. Could I please ask parents to ensure that students go to bed early on Monday and Tuesday night, are well fed and watered and engage in positive talk about these tests. Students are to report to the College by 7.30am on each day so that they can receive breakfast and final instructions before sitting the tests and are to ensure they have the necessary materials in their QCS packs prior to leaving home.  I would like to thank the various staff members who have been responsible for the preparation process and the Year 12 students who have engaged with the program. I am confident that students will produce strong results in these tests.

If students are absent on either Tuesday or Wednesday, it is most important that parents inform the Curriculum Office on the morning of each exam and the student visits a doctor to receive a medical certificate, preferably with the QCAA preferred proforma. This proforma will only be available on the morning of the tests from the QCAA website. There is no makeup day for the QCS and if students do not obtain a medical certificate and return it to the Curriculum office for processing with QCAA, they will not receive an OP score. This is most important and this message was made very clear to students during their Form Meeting. If you have any concerns, please contact the Curriculum Office.

Mr Paul Mead, Vice Principal – Teaching and Learning

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Even with the short week last week, I am delighted to say that there are still three successful Ministry activities to report. About a dozen Middle School boys visited Archbishop Duhig Village last Tuesday to meet the elderly residents. These young men took the initiative to organise a program of music, bingo and conversation. It was interesting to meet and listen to people who have made the difficult decision to move into a retirement home. What really stood out was the joy that the Villanova students were able to give through their presence and generosity of spirit.

That same evening, nine Year 11 and Year 12 students attended a Social Justice Conference at Lourdes Hill College, with a special focus on domestic violence. The range of speakers and the various film clips that were shown provided  a forum for robust conversation amongst the representatives from different schools.

Our students were particularly impressed by the words of Jason Demetriou, Assistant Coach at the Brisbane Broncos. Jason shared a wrenching story of the impact of domestic violence in the life of someone very close to him and he spoke of how a group of male friends can and should hold each other to account in setting high standards of gentleness and courtesy. The Villanova students really took this last suggestion to heart and are keen to learn how the “Villa man” can be more gentle and respectful to females of all ages.

This conversation will continue at our sixth annual sleep-out and homelessness conference tomorrow.  One of our guest speakers will be current Villanova parent, Victoria Lenton, who will explain the practical work of Share the Dignity who raise funds to ensure that everyone is afforded the dignity in life that many of us take for granted, particularly women who make the daunting decision to seek refuge at a domestic violence shelter.  Other speakers on the night include representatives from Rosies, Ozcare and Vinnies.

We will be welcoming students from Lourdes Hill and Loreto and will work with them to create care packs both for Share the Dignity and Rosies. Even as I write, my office is filling up with donations from staff and students. On behalf of the Saint Vincent de Paul Society, we are very grateful for these generous and thoughtful donations.

Finally, a word of high praise for Casey Kreutzer, Year 12. Through his initiative, nearly $600 was raised over the QCMF weekend for Legacy. Tie pins, wrist bands and badges for Legacy continue to be sold at reception until the end of Legacy Week (next week).

Mr John Holroyd, Vice Principal – Ministry, Mission and Evangelisation

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I am sure it was a welcome change to wake up last Saturday morning and not think about heading off to a school boy sporting event. I hope you all had time to recharge the batteries because from this weekend – it is on again!

This week we have officially commenced our AIC Track and Field Training Program. As mentioned previously all interested track and field athletes from Years 5 – 12 will be transported out to the State Athletic Centre (SAF, next to the old QEII stadium). We encourage all of our best athletes to get involved and regularly attend each Tuesday and Thursday afternoon training session planned throughout the season.

I make no apologies for setting the bar high for Villanova students. In our AIC sports competition, premierships and school aggregates are up for grabs and I would hope that our boys are keen and eager to contest them. I believe our boys have been well prepared and organised throughout the current trimester of sport. As a result, Villanova is in with a real chance to do very well if we continue to work hard and play well as a team. There is no pressure on any student or any team to win. The only expectation we have is that our boys give one hundred percent at training and on game day and that they conduct themselves as Augustinian men both on and off the court each week. Maintaining and building school pride and a positive culture is important to us, I ask all students to continue do their part during this trimester of sport in order for Villanova to perform at its best.

Villanova basketball is certainly going very well so far this season as a large number of our teams are currently undefeated or are in premiership contention. I certainly do not want to get ahead of ourselves but the situation presently is that Villanova is leading the AIC basketball aggregate. It is important that we have a good round against Iona this weekend to cement our chances to become the champion basketball school this year. I ask all boys to keep up the good work and to back themselves this weekend.

Best wishes to all AIC teams this week as we take on Iona College in Round 5 of fixtures. They will be tough.

AIC Tennis and Basketball Round 5 v Iona College, Friday 25 and Saturday 26 August – Times and Venues 

All Year 5 and Year 6 basketball games are played on Friday afternoons. All Year 7 – 12 basketball and Year 5 – 12 tennis games are played on Saturday.  Please refer to the College’s website to view all times and venues for this weekend’s fixtures against Iona College.

Inter-House Track and Field Carnival

On Thursday of last week, the entire College participated in the annual Villanova Inter-House Track and Field Carnival. We were very fortunate to experience great weather conditions and to enjoy our sporting grounds in excellent condition. All students from Years 5 – 12 participated in many track and field events as part of the program. The whole school gathered at the commencement of the day to run the finals of the ‘dash for cash’ finals. It was a great day for all involved, as it provided an opportunity not only for our College to showcase our best athletes but to give everybody a chance to be involved and enjoy each other’s company in true Augustinian spirit. I thank the many parents who supported the College by ensuring that their son was present on the day.

At the conclusion of the day, House points were awarded as follows:

Junior School Crane Murray Goold Heavey
Middle School Crane Goold Murray Heavey
Senior School Heavey Goold Crane Murray
Overall Crane (2782) Goold (2521) Heavey (2445)  Murray (2325)

Villanova Track and Field – Commitment, Dedication and Effort – The ‘Villanova Way’

In preparation for the AIC Track and Field Championships, training has commenced this week. Training sessions will be held every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon throughout the entire season leading up to the AIC Track and Field Championships due to be held in week 4 of Term 4, Tuesday 24 and Wednesday 25 October.

This year we intend to train our entire AIC Track and Field squad from Year 5 – 12 in all disciplines/events on the same two afternoons each week (excluding middle distance athletes). The entire squad will be transported by bus to and from S.A.F (State Athletic Facility).  The boys will train from 3.45pm to 5.10pm. The bus will then return all athletes back to the College for collection by approx. 5.40pm. Please find listed below a complete list of our 2017 track and field coaches.


Villanova Training Schedule (Includes all students from Year 5 – 12 in all disciplines excluding middle distance)

When – Tuesday and Thursday afternoon

Where – S.A.F (State Athletics Facility)

Time – Bus departs Villanova at 3.10pm and returns at 5.40pm

Middle distance athletes will train at Little Langlands on the days listed below:

  • Year 5 and Year 6:  Monday and Wednesday afternoon at Little Langlands 3.15 – 4.30pm. Coach – Mr Tom Lonergan
  • Year 7 – 12:  Monday and Wednesday mornings at Little Langlands 6.45 – 7.45am and Thursday 6.00 – 7.30pm at Tees Athletic Club, Stanley Road, Carina. Coaches – Mr Brian Pascoe and Mr Kane Corby


Villanova College Track and Field Coaching Staff – 2017

  • Sprints and Hurdles – Mr Chris Everding and Mr Michael Garske (plus external qualified coach)
  • Middle Distance (800m/1500m and 3000m) – Mr Brian Pascoe, Mr Kane Corby and Mr Tom Lonergan (plus Old Boys)
  • High Jump – Mr Craig Stariha (plus external qualified coach)
  • Long Jump and Triple Jump – Ms Michelle Smith-Rowan, Mrs Terri Dillon and Mrs Nichole Rouhliadeff (plus external qualified coach)
  • Shot Put – Mr Blake McLauchlan and Ms Barbara Dewis
  • Discus – Mr Paul Schiavo (plus external qualified coach)
  • Javelin – Mr Tony Rolls (plus external qualified coach)

If for any reason a student is unable to attend his allocated training session, he must contact his coach and notify them as a matter of courtesy. The track and field coaching staff are comprised of experienced members of staff from Villanova, as well as a number of external professionally qualified coaches.

I encourage all students who intend to represent Villanova College in track and field this season to take advantage of all training sessions offered.  Following the Inter-House Track and Field Carnival an official train-on squad for the AIC lead-up carnivals will be announced and all track and field training will then be compulsory.

We do understand that many of our athletes have other co-curricular commitments including AIC tennis and basketball.  The Sports Office at Villanova College is keen to negotiate an individual training schedule with these students in order for them to participate and represent the College in track and field.  This is important to our program as it ensures our best athletes are representing Villanova on the day of the AIC Championships.

All track and field athletes are required to purchase the items below from the Villanova College Uniform Shop and wear them to all AIC track and field meets as well as on the day of the AIC Championships. Please note, these items are not for loan or hire, each student must purchase their own items.

However, for the time being please hold off any purchasing these items until later in the term or early next term as our coaches may reduce their squad numbers. We certainly do not want parents to unnecessarily purchase any items before knowing that their son has a real chance to make the team.

Villanova College Track and Field Uniform

  • Villanova squad shirt (same shirt worn by the AIC swimmers/cross country runners/tennis players)
  • Villanova athletic singlet
  • Villanova athletic shorts (white)
  • Villanova sports cap (green)
  • Villanova sports jacket (not compulsory but recommended)

AIC Track and Field Training Dates and Venues – 2017

AIC Track and Field Meets – 2017

Please assist the coaches by ensuring your son is available to attend all meets.  A bus will transport all athletes to and from these meets. A complete event schedule for these meets will be posted on the College’s website in the week’s leading up to the event.

Assistance with timekeeping and officiating at the Friday night carnivals would be greatly appreciated. Please contact a member of the Sports Office or the coaches if you are able to help at any of the lead-up carnivals.

We look forward to an enjoyable and successful season. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact me on 3394 5611 or, particularly if your son has other co-curricular commitments and a negotiated training schedule needs to be organised.

Commitment, dedication and effort are required by all in order to produce strong results on the days of the AIC Championship. I thank all parents in advance for your support.

Villanova Runners Club (VRC)

The VRC continues to meet on Sunday afternoons (including school holidays) from 4pm – 5pm at Whites Hill Reserve. (Boundary Rd, Camp Hill)  This is an opportunity for Villanova athletes to build up their aerobic fitness as part of their training for the upcoming track and field season.  An open invitation is extended not only to families of the boys but to all who are interested in improving their fitness. There will be no minimum standard of fitness required and all levels of fitness will be catered for during the session. Assemble on the Cricket Oval number 3 where a tabata session will be held, followed by aerobic running in the surrounding bushland.

Zone Cricket (Year 5 and Year 6)

Parents are reminded that the closing date for Zone Cricket nominations for Years 5 and 6 is TOMORROW.  Payment of $190 must accompany the returned form or it will not be processed. Staff members are not involved in Zone Cricket during Term Four and parents are required to coach and manage each team. If we cannot get enough volunteers for teams, we will be unable to nominate them in the competition. If you can assist or would like to ring me about the responsibilities involved, please call 0447 015 576.

Representative Sport

Well done to Jaxon Paterson-Wright who recently placed seventh at the National Cross Country Titles. The Queensland team received gold for the best overall team performance as well as gaining second place in the team relay event.

Caden Clelland recently competed over three days at the Queensland Short Course Swimming Championships. Caden qualified for eight events and finished in the top ten in Queensland in five of his eight swimming events, including a fourth in the 100m breaststroke. An excellent result, well done Caden!

Mr Craig Stariha, Director of Sport

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Rehearsals continue to end of term
Although QCMF has concluded, we still have a busy program to the end of 2017.  Please refer to the date claimers at the end of this section for clarification.  As such, we require all ensemble members at rehearsal through until we close shop in late November.

Information regarding enrolment for 2018 and ensemble audition processes will be sent home before the end of term.  Please ensure you are across this information so that your son is prepared for the excitement when we return from Term 3 holidays.

This year, we are entering all Middle and Senior Concert Bands and String Ensembles in the Prestige Musicfest, where our students will be playing for prizes against other schools in South East Queensland.  This will be a challenge for our students; however, I feel that we are more than capable of rising to the opportunity.  Dates for this will be confirmed over the next week.

Let’s keep that enthusiasm through to the end!

Thank You

On behalf of the QCMF organising group, I would like to thank you all for wonderful way in which we welcomed so many visitors to our Villanova community over the past week.  The 2017 Festival was a resounding success and this would not have been possible without the support of our entire Villanova extended family.  Thank you!

We have included some photos for your perusal.  To enjoy more of the celebration please visit our QCMF Facebook page – or our Villanova Music Facebook page –  A more comprehensive wrap-up will be included in next week’s Villa View.

Keith and Dawn Wieneke Music Bursary 2017

The Keith and Dawn Wieneke Music Bursary heats will be held today and tomorrow and finalists will be announced by 4pm tomorrow afternoon.  Finals for the Bursary will occur on Monday 4 September, commencing at 6:30pm in Hanrahan Theatre.

Date Claimers

We now look ahead to the end of the year with our currently scheduled events.  Please ensure these are marked in your diaries.

Term Three:

Dates Activity
Week 7 – 24 and 25 August Keith and Dawn Wieneke Music Bursary Heats (during school day)
Week 8 – 31 August Ensemble Photo Day (from 8am onward – schedule to be advised)
Week 9 – Monday 4 September Keith and Dawn Wieneke Music Bursary Final – from 6:30pm in Hanrahan Theatre
Week 10 – Monday 11 September QCMF Debrief / Music Support Group meeting – A1.01 – 7:30pm.

Term Four:

Dates Activity
Week 2 – Sunday 15 October Live and Wired at Loreto College (Big Band and Irish 1)
Week 3 – Sunday 22 October Strings and Choir at The Cathedral (St Stephen’s)
Week 4 (TBC) Bands Finale Concert
Week 4 – Friday 27 October Combined Orchestra performing at Loreto College
Week 5 – Tuesday 31 October Celebration of Excellence – QPAC (ensembles TBC)
Week 5 – Friday 3 November Big Gig – International Guitar Workshop/Concert
Week 6 – Friday 10 November Senior Music Dinner
Week 7 – Thursday 16 November Graduation Mass

Mr Michael Jones, Director of Music

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Parent Information


Date: Saturday October 14, 6.30pm to midnight

Venue: Pop Up Room, Story Bridge Hotel, 200 Main Street, Kangaroo Point

RSVP: October 6 to Toni Honeyfield, 248 529

Payment: $36 per person for canapés, fork dish and a drink on arrival

Please book via the following link:

Year 9 Parent Reps


Library Roster

Tuesday, 29th August

Cristina Palacios, Cecila Pavilion

Wednesday, 30th August

Donna Leahy, Melanie Higgins, Denise Smith (after Tuckshop), Sharon Vecchi

Thursday, 31st August

Maritsa Malanos, Kelly Stassi

Friday, 1st September

Anna Egert, Jaclyn O’Shea


Tuckshop Roster

Monday, 28th August

Narelle Rieck, Julie Stokes, Jenni Boxall, Jane Green, Sally Caltabiano, Megan Price, Maria Woodger, Loretta Jordan-Vieira, Mary Innes, Cath Griffin

Tuesday, 29th August

Donna Perkins, Melissa Davidson, Lisa Forsyth, Nicole Webb, Sonia Ballen, Susan White, Tricia Allen, Cristina Watson, Donna Fingland

Wednesday, 30th August

Angela Dooley, Tina McCaul, Peta Gomersall, Kathy McCaul, Karen Marrinan, Maria Corones, Lena Bazzo, Lisa Gorry, Denise Smith

Thursday, 31st August

Paula Lisignoli, Maria McGarry, Zsuzsa Henderson, Juanita Ryan, Kath Eberhardt, Pauline White, Bernadette Papagiannis, Kelly Stassi, Jane Lawson, Louisa Coote, Chrissy Bonfiglio, Eleni Stathis

Friday, 1st September

Caroline Agnew, Louise Pertnikovs, Jacki Wilson, Jane Short, Pauline Vasta, Adriana Sofios, Gerry Ternel, Leanne Bryant, Natalie Basili, Maria Nicolaou, Kim Creevey, Naomi Jansen

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Calendar of Events

Stay up to date with the College events please proceed to the event calendar.

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