Welcome to St Thomas More College






Enrolment at St Thomas Morehttp://www.stmc.qld.edu.au/parent-information/Pages/default.aspx, Enrolment at St Thomas MoreEnrolment at St Thomas MoreSt Thomas More College accepts enrolment applications for boys and girls who are in Year 3 onwards, with an offer made as soon as possible thereafter. We look forward to welcoming you and your family to our College community.
Our next Visitors’ Day is Term 1 2019http://www.stmc.qld.edu.au/parent-information/Pages/Visitors%27-Days.aspx, Our next Visitors’ Day is Term 1 2019Our next Visitors’ Day is Term 1 2019A great way to experience our faith learning community is to attend one of our Visitors' Days. You can meet the College Principal and Student Leaders and tour our grounds and facilities. We invite you to register and see the College in action.

​Learning at St Thomas More College



What to expect in Year 7http://www.stmc.qld.edu.au/parent-information/Pages/whattoexpectinyear7.aspx, What to expect in Year 7What to expect in Year 7Your child’s move from primary to secondary school can be an exciting time for your entire family. At St Thomas More, we pride ourselves on helping your child make this important transition seamlessly.
Our Curriculumhttp://www.stmc.qld.edu.au/learning/Pages/default.aspx, Our CurriculumOur CurriculumCatering for all students by providing a range of pathways designed to meet individual needs, the College offers a solid and complete curriculum that responds to the demands of contemporary learners, community and social pressures, and the changing educational landscape.
Pastoral Carehttp://www.stmc.qld.edu.au/faith/Pages/default.aspx, Pastoral CarePastoral CareYour child’s well-being is our absolute priority. One teacher is responsible for a group of students. This ensures that the College takes a personal, dedicated interest in all our students and provides individual, tailored attention to your child.

​What's happening at St Thomas More College



High Teahttp://www.stmc.qld.edu.au/news-events/Pages/HighTea.aspxHigh Tea<p style="text-align:justify;">​On Thursday 1st November the Year 12 Hospitality Students hosted patrons for an afternoon high tea event. This event forming part of their assessment, the year 12 students donned their finest aprons and put their best foot forward for the occasion. Attendees were treated to a sumptuous array of hand-made sweet and savoury treats coupled with barista made beverages. With event styling also quintessential to event success, fresh roses in glass votifes were placed down the centre of the tables adding a splash of colour and a most delicate aroma to the room. Compliments a plenty, as the annual event delivered on all sensory levels and left patrons more than satisfied, looking to come back next year. ​<br><br><img src="/news-events/SiteAssets/Pages/HighTea/IMG_3402.JPG" alt="IMG_3402.JPG" style="margin:5px;width:556px;" /><img src="/news-events/SiteAssets/Pages/HighTea/IMG_3378.JPG" alt="IMG_3378.JPG" style="margin:5px;width:556px;" /><img src="/news-events/SiteAssets/Pages/HighTea/IMG_3419.JPG" alt="IMG_3419.JPG" style="margin:5px;width:556px;" /><img src="/news-events/SiteAssets/Pages/HighTea/IMG_3368.JPG" alt="IMG_3368.JPG" style="margin:5px;width:556px;" /><br></p>
Cultural Evening 2018http://www.stmc.qld.edu.au/news-events/Pages/Cultural-Evening.aspxCultural Evening 2018<p><strong>​​​​​​​​​​​​<img src="/news-events/SiteAssets/Pages/Cultural-Evening/IMG_2912.JPG" alt="IMG_2912.JPG" style="margin:5px;width:556px;" /></strong></p><p><strong>-Wednesday 19 September 2018-</strong><br></p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P" style="text-align:justify;">Each year the College showcases student's work completed in Semester 1 across the five Arts strands: Music, Drama, Dance, Art and Media. The 2018 Cultural Evening was another huge success with many talented student's creative work on display to our wider community.</p> <p class="ms-rteElement-P" style="text-align:justify;">Parents, staff and students were welcome to view a gallery of visual art and media presentations; as well as live dance, musical and dramatic performances. The Cultural Evening was catered by our Year 11 and 12 Hospitality students with delicious nibbles and supper on offer. </p> <div style="text-align:justify;"><p class="ms-rteElement-P">The Arts at St Thomas More College continues to grow with co-curricular dance, photography and graphic design opportunities now available to students. ​<br>​<br></p><p class="ms-rteElement-P"><img src="/PublishingImages/Art%20(Final%202).JPG" alt="" style="margin:5px;width:556px;" /><br></p><p class="ms-rteElement-P"><img src="/PublishingImages/Art%20(Final).JPG" alt="" style="margin:5px;width:556px;" /><br><img src="/news-events/SiteAssets/Pages/Cultural-Evening/IMG_2878.JPG" alt="IMG_2878.JPG" style="margin:5px;width:556px;" /><br></p><p class="ms-rteElement-P"><img src="/news-events/SiteAssets/Pages/Cultural-Evening/IMG_2939.JPG" alt="IMG_2939.JPG" style="margin:5px;width:556px;" />​<br></p></div>
Bishop Bill Morris Celebrates Mass in College Chapelhttp://www.stmc.qld.edu.au/news-events/Pages/STMCChapel.aspxBishop Bill Morris Celebrates Mass in College Chapel<strong><em>​​The St Thomas More College (STMC), Sunnybank community welcomed Bishop Bill Morris to celebrate mass in the college chapel recently.</em></strong><br><br>The last time Bishop Morris celebrated mass in the chapel building was in 2013 when it was located at Cooranga North in Jandowae Parish in the Diocese of Toowoomba. That day the community was celebrating the 75th Anniversary of their local church – and sadly, its final mass. The church was being decommissioned and listed for sale.<br><br>Cooranga North residents Mick and Cheryl Cosgrove were at the 2013 mass and Mrs Cosgrove reflected on the uncertainty of the church’s future: “The church could have been turned into a hay barn… we were very unsure of its future when it was listed for sale.”<br><br>The church was purchased by St Thomas More College and in June 2017 and transported more than 380kms to Sunnybank, was renovated and commissioned as the college chapel in March 2018.<br><br>Mick and Cheryl Cosgrove made the journey to Sunnybank to attend mass with Bishop Morris, this time in the newly renovated Chapel.<br><br>“It’s lovely to see our church restored and loved as the central heart of STMC,” Mrs Cosgrove said.<br><br>At the mass, Principal Les Conroy spoke of the privilege of stewardship and the chapel’s importance to the school community: “It is used every day – it is the central lifeblood of our school community.”<br><br>“We care for the chapel as a community, we hold weekly masses and staff and student prayer sessions here,” Mr Conroy said.<br><br>Also, Mick and Cheryl Cosgrove’s son, Michael was in attendance. Along with Tricia Kennedy from Brisbane Catholic Education, members of the STMC Student Leadership Team, and the College Leadership Team.<br><br><div>​<img src="/news-events/SiteAssets/Pages/STMCChapel/IMG_3059.JPG" alt="IMG_3059.JPG" style="margin:5px;width:556px;" /><p>L-R: STMC Principal Les Conroy, Bishop Bill Morris, Tricia Kennedy, Cheryl, Mick and Michael Cosgrove, STMC Deputy Principal Karen Mulcahy<br></p></div><div><img src="/news-events/SiteAssets/Pages/STMCChapel/IMG_3066.JPG" alt="IMG_3066.JPG" style="margin:5px;width:556px;" /><br></div><div><img src="/news-events/SiteAssets/Pages/STMCChapel/IMG_3069.JPG" alt="IMG_3069.JPG" style="margin:5px;width:556px;" /><br></div>