Orange Reigns in Boarding!

During Mercy Day, all of the boarding students wore an orange hair ribbon, which is the colour of the Leukaemia foundation. The girls processed into the McDonald Building together during Mass this morning as a mark of remembrance for Linda Bulloch, Head of Boarding, who passed away twelve months ago.

Students Compete in Spelling Competition

This morning, four Year 5/6 students represented SMC at the 2017 South-Central Regional Schools Interschool Spelling Bee. The girls were the top ranked students from a spelling competition held in school and went on to compete today against students from five primary schools.

Year 9 Students Making a Difference in the Community

Strive9 is a service based social justice program for our Year 9 students. Over the course of the term, the girls have been preparing service programs in their Homeroom groups. This week all their planning and hard work came to fruition. On Thursday, the girls implemented their projects.

Kara and Anna Compete at State Swimming Championships

Congratulations to Year 10 students, Anna Monaghan and Kara Broadbridge who competed in the State Championships last weekend. Both girls had a great meet and have been selected for the state team. The girls will compete in Canberra later this month.

Great Success For Our Cheerleaders

On Saturday 2 September, two of our competitive cheerleading teams the SMC Comets (Level 2) and SMC Gravity (Level 1) competed at the Australian All Star Cheerleading Federation (AASCF) State Championships at HBF Arena. Both teams have worked tirelessly to perfect and upgrade their routines in just five weeks. The girls in both teams were highly committed to creating their amazing routines.

Irene McCormack Pilgrimage Visits Santa Maria

On Wednesday 6 September, 13 students and two teachers from Irene McCormack Catholic College visited Santa Maria as part of a five day pilgrimage they are undertaking to commemorate the significance of Sister Irene McCormack.

Beating Loneliness by Madonna King

How can our daughters be so connected, and yet often feel so utterly, utterly alone? That irony surfaced in the research of my book Being 14: Helping fierce teens become awesome women. Interviews with almost 200 of them showed they were permanently connected, living in a world of touch screen and wifi, of devices and apps, of television on demand, music in the pocket, and instant gratification. And that was what they saw as the divider between their generation, and that of their parents.

Shakespeare Comes To Life

On Wednesday evening, 104 Year 10 students and ten staff members enjoyed an evening out to see Bell Shakespeare’s production of Macbeth

Paul Dillon Back at Santa

Today, Dillon spoke to all students at Santa Maria College in Years 10 to 12. He presented a graduated program that focused on the needs of each year group.

Dads Become Hairdressers

The Year 7 Father Daughter Evening was a great success. The Dads and Daughters shared a delicious dinner and then the dads learnt how to do their daughter’s hair. There were so many beautiful ponytails, buns and plaits. Some dads were also treated to creative hair do’s by their daughters!

Our School Days

“It was already getting dark when the car stopped in front of a big cream coloured building overlooking the Swan River. As I got out, I could not help but notice the picturesque location of my new school, Santa Maria Ladies’ College in Attadale.”

Weekly Wrap Up – Term 3, Week 6

It’s been a very busy week here at the College with Purple Bra Day, Science Day, Book Week, Year 11 Father Daughter Dinner just to name a few. We hope you enjoy looking back over the week.

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