Year 7 Netball

Friday 11th August our Year 7 Netball team made the trip to Dandenong to compete in the SMR Year 7 Netball competition.  Our first game saw us take on Patterson River Secondary College. After a slow start and a few positional changes we won that game 20-8. The second game,… Read More

Congratulations to our “NATIONAL CHAMPIONS” Aerobics Team

Last weekend our senior aerobics team ‘Boultify’ represented Mornington Secondary College at the National Championships in Adelaide. The girls competed on Sunday in what was named “the toughest section of the competition” by the director of School Aerobics. They competed against 8 other senior teams from around the country and… Read More

Students lead the way.

On Wednesday this week Dr Jasmine Keogh and myself met with the student leaders from each year level. This was the first meeting of our student led anti-racism working group. The first task for the team was to look at all of the feedback from the student forums and to… Read More

Year 10 Outdoor Education

Year 10 Outdoor Education class took on the challenge of the tall wall at Bayside Rock Climbing. While pushing themselves to their limits and working closely in team building activities, the class focused on safety process in the environment, equipment and people participation. I was extremely impressed with how the… Read More

Tennis Victoria Regional Championships – Wodonga

Over the weekend two of our students represented the Mornington Peninsula in the Tennis Vic Regional Championships held in Wodonga. Jed Clinch (Year 8) and Alex Classon (Year 9) both represented in the U14 team that finished a very close runner up to Loddon. Jed won all of his 10… Read More

Hands on Learning – Term 2 Highlights

Hello to all our supporters and community members! We are thrilled to share the progress and achievements of the Hands on Learning Program for Semester 1.  The Backyard Project: Transforming the Cottage Garden  Our Thursday group has been dedicated to the transformative Backyard Project, which has truly flourished with the… Read More