This year Secondary students from MBC and MBBC have embarked on an exciting journey, bringing to life the 80s classic Fame the Musical. The production, which will held in Week 3 of Term 2 in the MBC Music Centre, promises to be a wonderful event, which will showcase the depth of talent we have in the areas of singing, dancing and acting across both Colleges.
The musical follows the story of a group of adolescents who successfully gain coveted spots at the New York High School of Performing Arts. However, they quickly learn that it takes a lot of hard work to make it in the entertainment industry. On top of their unique struggles, the students must deal with the normal pressures of adolescence such as parents, friendships and heartbreak.
TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW! Opening night will kick off the season with a bang; with audience members encouraged to embrace the setting of the show by dressing in their greatest 80s inspired outfit. We look forward to seeing you all in leg warmers, double denim and high-waisted pants! Tickets can be purchased for the four performances from trybooking.com (https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=358121&).
Mrs Emma Pattemore
Director of Co-Curricular Dance and Drama Performance
Moreton Bay Colleges' Pre-Prep
Join us for an information night to find out more about our new co-educational Pre-Prep program which will offer the magic of early learning through purposeful inquiry and a caring and supportive community for families.
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2017 OP Results
In 2017, Moreton Bay College continued to achieve very high academic results maintaining a long tradition of academic success. We congratulate our senior girls on their commitment and dedication to their studies which is reflected in these results. We are very proud of you all.
We also extend our sincere appreciation to parents for your unwavering support in the pursuit of providing an outstanding experience for your daughters and your commitment to the partnership we have in working together to achieve this.
The table below highlights the performance of our Seniors of 2017
OP 1 -5
OP 1- 10
We recognise and congratulate the following girls who are the College’s highest academic achievers in 2017:
OP 1 – Emerald Gaydon, Sarah How, Jessica Kirkby, Samantha Swift
OP 2 – Nadia Jutha, Emily McGuren, Serann Pawlyszyn, Caitlin Ramsay, Adrienne Soteriou, Ingrid Taylor, Mary Tsipis, Kayla Waldie, Emily Williamson
OP 3 – Annabelle Bowen, Catherine Knowles, Abigail Morton, Emma Ott, Annie Roache, Eloise Stevenson, Elena Strong-Fick
Queensland Curriculum Assessment Authority data shows MBC has performed well above the State percentage in the QCS testing as indicated below.
QCS A or B for MBC students - 63.6%
QCS A or B for students of STATE - 45.1%
MBC believes in the fundamental principle that all students have the right to be educated to their fullest potential. We are thrilled to report that 100% of our students have graduated with a Queensland Certificate of Education and either an OP or VET qualifications.
Achieving the best educational outcome for each individual student is always the main objective for MBC. Our educational pathways, therefore, acknowledge those students who participate in alternative study programs to ensure their individual success and access to tertiary education.
Congratulations to all of the Senior students of 2017. You have our full support as you embark on the next stage of your journey.
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