Mount St Bernard College


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12th - 13th November
Year 12 Exam Block

14th November

Year 12 Day at Lake Eacham

15th November
Farewell Mass for Sisters of Mercy
2pm Mercy Chapel
Presentation Evening 6pm
Main Hall MSB

16th November
Year 12’s Final Day of School
Year 12 Graduation Mass
11am Mercy Chapel

17th November

Year 12 Formal

27th to 28th November

Year 11 Exam Block

29th November

Whole School Community Day
at Sugarworld Cairns
End of Term at 3pm


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Mount St Bernard College offers a quality, Catholic secondary education for young people, male and female, in Years 7 through 12.  At MSB we are proud of our Mercy traditions, while remaining responsive to the contemporary needs of students who seek a faith-based education that will stand them in good stead for the future. 

Our College is a culturally diverse community which provides a holistic education that nurtures the academic, spiritual, emotional, physical, cultural and social development of individual students in a caring, safe and supportive environment. At MSB we recognise the individuality of every one of our students. We seek to help each student become the best person they can be, by providing quality learning and teaching and making available a rich tapestry of sporting,artistic and other co-curricular activities, to help them discover and develop their personal giftedness.

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Our Year 11 and 12 Hospitality students were recently invited to assist at a formal Testimonial Dinner in Georgetown for the Gulf Cattle Industry. This dinner gave the Georgetown community an opportunity to come together and celebrate the innovations and changes that have taken place over the past 20 years, giving thanks to oe Rolfe and Bernie English who have played key roles in helping the cattle industry.

The eleven girls, (including Emily from Atherton State High School) were tasked with the role of helping set up the hall, preparing food, serving meals and clearing tables. Dressed in their formal uniforms, the girls looked very professional and well groomed as they took on the challenge. All the girls performed well and the Georgetown community was grateful to them and the staff assisting in ensuring the smooth running of this important event. This experience provided the girls with real experience in handling the pressures of food service. Well done girls.


A number of scholarships are available to students attending Mount St Bernard College.

If you are interested in applying for a scholarship please refer to the links above or contact the college directly on 4096 1444.

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