Principal’s Message >

A Dream Becomes Reality

19 March 2018

Last Thursday was a wonderful opportunity to take a moment and celebrate our recent journey when we officially opened the Senior School precinct. The idea of celebration is key to human life and particularly balance in our life. By our nature we can often just put our heads down and just work and work and work. The need for celebration is intrinsically important for individuals and communities.

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Learning >

His Legacy Lives On

20 March 2018

Stephen Hawking’s legacy is for all ages. Stephen Hawking is gone, and the world is all the poorer. Stephen Hawking, a person who could speak with authority to the highest level of astrophysics, yet capture the imagination of generations of children worldwide.

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Formation & Service >

The Men of Ulster Take it to the Streets

14 March 2018

International Women’s Day was celebrated by the College last Thursday acknowledging the contribution of individual women in shaping our communities. As we have seen in the media, 2018 has already proven itself to be a pivotal year for highlighting the structural inequalities that have allowed discrimination to be perpetuated in society.

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Co-curricular Activities >

Taking it to the Water

16 March 2018

Triathlon & Aquathlon
ATC students Mitch Densley and Tim Geers achieved QLD selection while leading a strong ATC contingent at the recent Triathlon/ Aquathlon state championships. The championships were held in Hervey Bay in late February with 11 ATC students earning their right to compete at the event. This event brings our triathlon season to a close and doubles as the School Age Champions. This years triathlon age champions are:
Senior 17-19 years Josh Groenland
Junior 13-14 years Tim Geers
Aquathlon Sebastian McCormack

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Coming Up >

Coming Up - It's Week 9!

16 March 2018

Last night marked a special milestone in the history of the College with the Blessing and Opening of the Senior School Precinct. It was a beautiful celebration for our community with a wonderful mix of the formal and informal. The setting in the roundabout in front of the Senior School was impressive with the stunning colour of Tipperary and the grandness of Waterford. We were fortunate to have a number of special guest speakers including the Honourable Grace Grace MP Minister for Education and Minister for Industrial Relations, Dr Lee-Anne Perry AM Executive Director, Queensland Catholic Education Commission, Kathleen Freeman, EREA Council Member as well as Michael Senior, Father John Gillen SM and Nathaniel Cowin and Benjamin Norton representing the student body. Thank you to everyone who assisted in the planning and operation of this special event.

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Week In Review >

Community >

Week 8 Community News

16 March 2018

Last Tuesday we held our 2nd meeting for 2018 and were once again pleased to see new faces and welcome new friends to our group. It was great to see our community taking advantage of this forum to discuss new initiatives, gain feedback from past events and make friendly suggestions for improvement.

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