CURRENT STUDENT LEADERS

2019 School Captains

                 

Chloe Farnsworth                     Hamish Robertson

2019 Vice School Captains

                 

Arlie Atkinson                             Fraser Sawyer

Past School Captains

2018           Amalie Taylor & Robin Alvear

2017           Bridget Haley & Max Burns

2016           Evie Jennings & Lachlan Carroll

2015           Ashlee Polinelli & Robert Caccaviello

2014           Isabella Salvo & James Gleeson

2013           Bridgette Templeton & Thomas Connellan

2012           Leah McDonald & Zachary Rundell-Gordon

2011           Morgan Bellinger & Thomas Anderson

2010           Tamika Ingram & James Blake

2009           Lisa Micelli & Thomas Dullard

2008           Jessica McDonald & Alexander Edgar

2007           Philippa Tippet & Matthew Berg

2006           Elise Murphy & Lee Bull

2005           Emma Jarrett & Samuel Coates

2004           Marney Jury & Ryan Nalder

2003           Amy Brennan & Darcy Moar

2002           Megan Billing & Corey Gerrard

2001           Jessica Correnti & Julian Brennan

2000           Lauren Dullard & Joel Carr

1999           Hayley Wilson & Justin Power

1998           Carolyn Wait & Jared Grierson

1997           Lisa Willson & Daniel Moloney

1996           Rebecca Boyd & & Simon Cronk

1995           Katherine McInerney & John Dagge

1994           Fiona Basile & Robert Hester

1993           Cameron Holloway

1992           Catherine Hester

1991           Matthew Curran

1990           Tracey Bird

1989           Karen Fogarty

1988           Justin Emerson

1987           Jennifer Linton

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Offering 24 Authority subjects and 19 Certificate courses.

St Mary MacKillop College is a Years 7 to 12 coeducational Catholic high school and it is one of eleven such schools in the Diocese of Ballarat.  Since its inception in 1985 the college has expanded and now caters for 500 students.

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News

Year 12 VCAL Camp

April 24, 2018

On 28th February the Year 12 VCAL students went to Melbourne for their immersion camp which focused on homelessness and on careers. Students were given the opportunity to see first-hand the work done by the Salvation Army in helping with the issue of homelessness. The presenter provided an overview of the impacts of homelessness, and …

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