College Foundation

28 June 2018

As the end of the financial year draws to a close, please consider making a tax deductable gift to help develop young men with a genuine desire to make the world a better place in which to live. The college is a place of learning and growth and the Ambrose Treacy College Foundation’s role is to support this ethos. We thank you for your support this year but if you missed out on attending our wonderful inaugural LONG LUNCH and would like to make a gift to the Foundation, please complete the Gift Intention Form via the link below.

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Week 9 Community News

23 March 2018

The P&F have Music and Sport Support groups, the Boys’ Days Out, Parent Book Club, Year Level gatherings, social evenings for parents and celebration events such as the upcoming Mothers’ Day breakfast. There’s always plenty of events to take part in, to volunteer to help out and to easily get involved in the ATCommunity.

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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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Week 7 Community News

10 March 2018

Thanks to the volunteer mums who cooked up a storm at Thursday’s House Lunch. Without you these wonderful college events would not be the success that they are. As well as valuing our volunteers hands-on contributions we also value your comments and invite you to join in discussions at our next P&F meeting on Tuesday at 6:30pm.

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Week 6 Community News

03 March 2018

Last Saturday night, despite the inclement weather, many parents and friends attending the ATC Welcome night. They enjoyed the night, taking advantage of choosing music from the jukebox and playing handball in the hall. Lots of laughter over a fun night out of drinks, food and meeting other members of their ‘tribe’ (parents of the same year boys).

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