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Our Proud History
Mission, Vision and Values
Acknowledgement of Country
Annual Reports and Post School Destinations
Religious Education Program
Religious Education Curriculum
Contemporary contexts of Religious Education
College House System
Year 7 and 8 Curriculum Overview
Year 9 and 10 Curriculum Overview
Year 11 and 12 Curriculum Overview
Vocational Education and Training
EAL/D (English as an Additional Language or Dialect)
YAGA - Homework and Tuition Support Program
News & Events
2022 College Dux
State Championship Gold Medal
SPASE Launch and Experience Day
2023 Catholic Education Week
2023 Founders' Day Event
Wayne Chapman enjoys music loving school community
2023 CMC Kokoda Challenge Community Spirit Shines Brightly
2023 Battle of the Rock Bands is here!
Meet the 2024 Senior Leaders
CMC Cafe - Community And Family Engagement
Facilities and College Tour
Arts and Culture
Instrumental Music and Ensemble Program
Individual Music Tuition
CMC Striders (Running Club)
CMC Stingers (Swimming Squad)
St Vincent de Paul
Policy and Procedures
Fee and Payment Policy
College Tour - Registration
My Monitor - Student Accounts
Media Consent Form
360-degree Virtual College Tour
Back to School in 2024
Year 7, 2024 Parent Information
Mary MacKillop Brisbane Catholic School Access Fund
Make an Enquiry
College House System
Student Mentors assist with the Orientation phase of our Year 7 students and support them as they transition into secondary school.
Our Student Mentors are from Year 10 and provide friendship and assistance on all aspect of college life.
Attributes required of a Student Mentor::
Act as a
for other students in all aspects of life including behaviour, uniform, academic engagement, and right relationships with others.
An ability to
with students, staff and parents in order to follow directions and achieve positive outcomes with all stakeholders.
Be a team member and support
other members of the student leadership team and those staff that are involved in the pastoral care of the Formation Centre students.
ethos/identity of the Catholic School
including inclusiveness, authenticity, right relationships, sacramentality of life, and the common good.
in all facets of college life; arts, culture, sport, academic and faith life of the college
Is influential in
to join in activities and events
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