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Enrolments - International Students
Academic Extension Program
College Dance Teams Place First at Quota International Eisteddfod
High Tea - A Showcase for Hospitality Students
Queensland Catholic Schools & Colleges Music Festival Success
College Swim Team Earns First Place Back-to-Back Win By Doing More
Building and Construction Students Continue to Build for Others
Bees – Lots of Buzz in the Sustainability Precinct
Live Your Joy @ STMC Music Event
Bishop Bill Morris Celebrates Mass in College Chapel
International Study Tour Program
St Thomas More College welcomes ‘first-wave’ of students back to the classroom
Travelling to STMC
Academic Extension Program
Becoming M.O.R.E Mentor Program
Available to Year 11 students, the program pairs students with qualified industry professionals to learn about and experience future career opportunities. The industry professional role models share their knowledge, expertise, and wisdom about their career. Throughout the process, students establish connections, engage in professional dialogue, and gain insight into a possible career pathway. Program participants showcase their experiences to their cohort and teachers during an innovative awards and presentation event.
Future Minds Program
The Future Minds Program is a unique opportunity for selected Year 9 students. The Program centres around providing students with more specialised extension opportunities and enabling high achieving students the opportunity to build their interest and practical skills in two core areas – Humanities and STEM studies.
The program encourages students to respond in unique ways to challenges of the future and is very much driven by their interests and skills. Previous projects have included:
Building sustainable housing
Designing solar cars
Using robotics and coding to solve real world problems
Investigating the future of food
Writing a historical fiction narrative
Homework Club is a popular part of our College Activities suite that allows students to work collaboratively with specialised tutors, teachers and peers. Homework Club runs Monday to Friday from 3:15 to 5:00pm (Friday concludes at 4:30pm) and includes an afternoon tea refreshment for students.
The College would like to acknowledge
Acacia Ridge Community Bank, Branch of Bendigo Bank
for their ongoing support of Homework Club.