Principal’s Message >

Catholic Education Week

26 July 2021

I am delighted to formally announce the following College Student Leader roles for 2022:

Jontay Gothachalkenin: College Captain
Samuel Edwards: College Vice Captain
Zachary Williams: College Vice Captain

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Learning >

Artistic Futures: Demystifying Arts Pathways and Careers

23 July 2021

At least once this year I will have a student say to me, “the arts have no relevance in my future”. I challenge this view and advocate that an arts education can be relevant to all our futures. The study of the arts can lead to a multitude of pathways that offer enjoyment, achievement, and meaningful careers and lives. At ATC, we encourage boys and families to be guided by three questions when considering their subject selections.

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Formation & Service >

How Belonging Shapes a Student's Future

29 July 2021

There is no doubt that a sense of belonging can help shape a student’s education. At ATC, we value and prioritise a sense of belonging and believe it is fundamental to a student’s identity and wellbeing. To belong is not just a feeling of being accepted, it’s a feeling of attachment, support, pride and love for one’s school.

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Co-curricular Activities >

eSports - Our Newest Club

03 March 2021

eSports (the ‘e’ stands for epic) has swept Asia and is now taking off in Australia. No wonder! The 21st century is looking for athletes who impress with their cerebral fire-power and manual dexterity rather than the Stone Age skills of running (often into one another) and using clubs (or ‘rackets’ if you insist). Mr Schaab’s eSports Club is in training and our Senior team has soared to 2nd place in the XP High School League QLD Conference and our Year 7s-10s have commenced training to take on other schools in Term 2.

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Coming Up >

UPDATED Coming Up in Week 4

02 August 2021

With the uncertainty of the current situation, the Queensland Government’s lockdown has now been extended to Sunday 8 August at 4pm and our community has pivoted smoothly to ATCLearns@Home once again. I am very proud of the way our students have adapted to this new mode of learning. As the landscape keeps changing, we urge you to follow Government health directives and regularly check the Queensland Health website for exposure sites as well as watching your inbox and the ATC App for health updates from the College.

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