Moreton Bay College Captains 2017
Leading with Commitment and Heart
Congratulations to the following girls selected to lead Moreton Bay College for 2017.
The 2017 College Captains were inducted in a formal ceremony at Moreton Bay College in January. The college community came together to congratulate the captains and house captains as they were presented their badges by Executive Principal Mr James Sloman in a formal ceremony.
The College Chaplains and school body blessed the new leaders and they pledged the college pledge. MBC welcomed College Captain, Ingrid Taylor, together with Academic Captain, Emerald Gaydon, Cultural Captain Georgia Adelt, Sports Captain Sarah How and College Worship Captain Emily McGuren.
These young women have been selected by their teachers and peers to lead the college with their depth of mind and breadth of heart. We wish the girls many blessings for a successful year!
(L-R) Captains: Emily McGuren, Emerald Gaydon, Executive Principal Mr James Sloman, Ingrid Taylor, Sarah How, Georgia Adelt.
MBC's athletics trophy cabinet is full
In 2016 it was a year to remember for Moreton Bay College's Athletics Team.
Exceeding all expectations, they won every trophy on offer, including the UQ Relay Meet, Greater Brisbane Conference Track and Field Championships, the Queensland Schools Knockout, UQ Super Six Series Asics Cup and the QGSSSA Track and Field Championships.
Girls win Carter Shield
The girls have been victorious in this year's Carter Shield, defeating the boys in the tri-school public speaking competition.
Source: Wynnum Herald.
NAPLAN results pleasing for 2016
NAPLAN results across both Moreton Bay College (MBC) and Moreton Bay Boys’ College (MBBC) have been tremendously pleasing for 2016.
MBC reported results above both State and National averages across all year levels in all areas. MBBC also outperformed the State average across all year levels in each area, as well as outperforming the National average in 19 out of the 20 areas.
A Moreton Bay College Fairy Tale
The story of Moreton Bay College has been immortalised in a children’s fairy tale book to capture the characters who have left a lasting legacy.
Co-written by College Archivist Heather Harcourt and international award winning children’s author Michelle Worthington, ‘A Moreton Bay College Fairy Tale’ is a story of perseverance triumphing over hardship, and the power of love.
College Archivist Heather Harcourt wanted to preserve Moreton Bay College's history and make it a magical experience for past and present students.
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