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Artistic and creative talent from our Marist campus students was on display when Students in the Spotlight opened on Tuesday 10 September.
The annual exhibition showcases work across all age groups including visual art, media, manual arts, digital technologies and plenty more across the Arts and Technologies learning areas.
Former College student Keely Sheehan, who graduated in 2014, returned as guest speaker for the opening night and spoke about her life and achievements since deciding to pursue a career in the arts.
She is now studying a Masters in Arts Management at RMIT in Melbourne.
Families enjoyed dance and musical performances, food and drinks including coffee prepared by our barista students.
The upper and lower school art and media awards from the exhibition will be judged by Keely and the winners announced at a future College assembly.
Bunbury Catholic College’s Mercy campus hosted its annual Mercy On Show exhibition on Tuesday 3 September 2019.
Coinciding with the campus’ second ever Open Day, a big crowd of families visited after school to see student work in display, watch demonstrations, tour the campus and enjoy food and coffee prepared by Hospitality students.
The afternoon culminated with the ‘best on show’ awards honouring the work students have put in to a wide range of fields.
The full list of award winners is as follows:
Excellence: Sienna Pike – Ceramics: Canopic Jar – Thyacine
Commendation: Ruby Ieraci – Ceramics: Canopic Jar – Deer
YEAR 8 (Pencil Cases Lino Print and digital design on hand-painted canvas)
Excellence: Emma Wilson
Commendation: Alyssa Liddelow
YEAR 9 (Batik – Wax and fabric dye)
Excellence: Brooke Burgess – ‘Sea Turtle’
Commendation: Tayla Maskell – ‘Within the Depths’
Excellence: Georgia Shinnick (2018) – Ceramic Sculpture – ‘Blossoming’
Commendation: Francesca Mitchell (2018) – Ceramic Sculpture – ‘A Journey to Create a Home’
YEAR 11 GENERAL
Excellence: Kayla Aitken (2018) Ceramic Sculpture – ‘Mother Earth’
Commendation: Annalise Klem – Metal Plate Etching – ‘The Boat Shed’ & ‘Gone on Holidays’
YEAR 11 ATAR
Excellence: Cassidy James (2018) – Sculpture – ‘Critical Reflections’
Commendation: Andrea Rojas –Metal Plate Etching – ‘My View’
YEAR 12 GENERAL
Excellence: Kayla Aitken – Metal Plate Etching – ‘Love Hurts’
YEAR 12 ATAR
Excellence: Cassidy James – Lino Print, embossing hand colour & tissue paper – ‘Plastic Kills’
Winner: Leanne Potgieter (Year 8)
Commendation: Emily Battista (Year 8)
Winner: Rhys McAtee (Year 7)
Commendation: Siena Simms (Year 7)
Winner: Fern Whitely (Year 8)
Commendation: Kobe Musitano (Year 7)
Commendation: Emma Wilson (Year 8)
Commendation: Conlan Bailey (Year 8)
Commendation: Jack Cross (Year 10)
Commendation: Lola Webley-Hurrell (Year 11)
Commendation: Jonathon Ietto (Year 12)
Winner: Cecilia Celisano (Year 12)
Commendation: Jenna Shields (Year 10)
Commendation: Jacinta Tartaglia (Year 11)
Commendation: Darcy Barnden (Year 12)
Winner: Kate Wilks (Year 12)
Commendation: Daniel Godwin (Year 10)
Commendation: Chloe Gunson (Year 11)
Commendation: Josie Phillips (Year 12)
DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGIES
Commendation: Ethan Nankivell (Year 9)
Commendation: Thomas Zappia (Year 10)
Winner: Francesca Mitchell (Year 10)
Commendation: Luke McAtee (Year 9)
Commendation: Jack Nankivell (Year 9)
Commendation: Danielle Rice (Year 10)
Winner: Sean Gravett (Year 10)
Commendation: Adi Griffith (Year 7)
Commendation: Billy Griffith (Year 8)
Commendation: Matthew Musitano (Year 9)
Commendation: Eilish Warnock (Year 10)
Winner: Ben McAtee (Year 11)
Commendation: Chloe Scott (Year 9)
Commendation: Lewis Italiano (Year 10)
Commendation: Dean Sanders (Year 11)
Commendation: Myles Lawler (Year 12)
BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION
Commendation: Alex Davidson (Year 11)
Commendation: James Strano (Year 12)
Certificate of Excellence
Year 7: Ethan de Swardt
Year 8: Annisa Pedrazzoli
Year 10: Tierna Mahoney
Year 12 Cert II Film and Photography: Liam Bailey, Maeve McNulty
Certificate of Commendation
Year 7: Ruby Ieraci, Grace Millichamp
Year 8: Alex Doyle, Archie Boyle, Jack Gallagher
Year 9: Hannah Jones, Rose Torrisi
Year 10: Poppy Walker, Xiaomeng Liu, Maddison Milne
Orientation Day for Year 7, 2020 Students
The Orientation Day for students accepted to attend Bunbury Catholic College and Our Lady of Mercy College will be held on Thursday 28 November 2019.
Further information regarding the Orientation Day, uniform appointments and booklists will be emailed to parents in Term 4, 2019.
If your contact details have changed, please contact the College Registrar, Geraldine Bowman, on 9721 0019 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2020 YEAR 7 ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS, P & F BURSARIES AND INDIGENOUS BURSARIES
The Principal and Bunbury Catholic College Community congratulate these students on their achievements and welcome them to Bunbury Catholic College and Our Lady of Mercy College in Australind.
YEAR 7 2020
Christian Spinelli St Mary’s School BUNBURY
Leela Baird Leschenault Catholic School AUSTRALIND
Olivia Bambrick St Mary’s School BUNBURY
Elena Frontino Our Lady of Lourdes School DARDANUP
Marlee Gard Bunbury Primary School
Ben Pennefather Leschenault Catholic School AUSTRALIND
Devon Pope Our Lady of Lourdes School DARDANUP
Yumi Visleno Leschenault Catholic School AUSTRALIND
P & F BURSARIES
Grace Marzano St Joseph’s School BUNBURY
Adrianna Minnella St Mary’s School BUNBURY
Tara Gidgup Donnybrook High School
Amahli Lowe St Mary’s School BUNBURY
On Friday 28 June, all students from the Marist campus battled it out on the 3.5km cross country track.
Fortunately for the students, it turned out to be a fine day with Valentine taking the win on 145 points.
This was followed by Marcellin on 128, McAuley on 126 and Xavier on 122.
The Panda award for participation also went to Valentine and McAuley on the day.
A big thank you goes out to all the teachers and students who helped put the day together and congratulations to all the students who participated in the event.
The top students from each campus and year group will compete next term for positions on the interschool cross country team.
YEAR 7 RESULTS
1) Melinda Bobby
2) Charlotte Barbetti
3) Ruby Milton
1) Liam Fazey
2) Tanner Reid
3) Max Dilallo
YEAR 8 RESULTS
1) Alannah Griffin
2) Lily Ratcliffe
3) Mikaylah Dawson
1) Vincent Smith
2) Ben Kind
3) Ned Pemberton
YEAR 9 RESULTS
1) Ella Moorhouse
2) Holly Bilcich
3) Pierina Fazey
1) Will Pedley
2) Kallum Beauclarke
3) Riley Pascoe
YEAR 10 RESULTS
1) Kate Lockley
2) Charlee Jones
3) Eliane Higgins
1) Jude Harrop
2) Camden Smith
3) Brady Walsh
YEAR 11 RESULTS
1) Olivia Sharp
2) Bronwyn Evans
3) Denver Innes
1) Alex O’Brien
2) Will Wright
3) Noah Eichner
YEAR 12 RESULTS
1) Candace Clarke
2) Georgia Mahony
3) Rufaro Dzowa
1) Lachlan Brown
2) Matt Harris
3) Anthony Carbone
Marcellin was victorious in the 2019 Mercy campus cross-country event, held on Wednesday 25 June.
Students again raced across the 2.6km course through the Leschenault Recreation Park, and there was plenty of effort shown despite challenging conditions that alternated between sun and rain.
Marcellin finished on 123 points, defeating Xavier (108), McAuley (103) and last year’s champion house Valentine (101).
Year 11 student Noah McAneny equalled the course record of 10 minutes and 52 seconds which he had set last year.
YEAR 7 RESULTS
1) Harrison Duffy
2) Toby Hanns
3) Christian Tirli
1) Isabelle Coutts
2) Isabella Dallywater
3) Sannae Rewell-Davis
YEAR 8 RESULTS
1) Thomas Cross
2) Noah Mills
3) Billy Griffiths
1) Ava O’Brien
2) Saraya O’Donnell-Fry
3) Carol Tomas
YEAR 9 RESULTS
1) James Kiely
2) Jye Smith
3) Nicholas Wilson
1) Chloe Scott
2) Leah York
3) Sallyanne Power
YEAR 10 RESULTS
1) Connor Carbone
2) Daniel Godwin
3) Domenico Celisano
1) Eilish Warnock
2) Emily Coutts
3) Charlotte Haskayne
YEAR 11 RESULTS
1) Noah McAneny
2) Dean Sanders
3) Matthew Botica
1) Summer O’Keefe
2) Zoe Paterson
3) Hannah Quirk
YEAR 12 RESULTS
1) Kaidyn Watt
2) Anthony Vitalone
3) Luke Kennedy
1) Shannon Power
2) Abbey Birch
3) Kayla Aitken
Bunbury Catholic College students, along with students from schools as far away as Manjimup and Bridgetown, Collie, Busselton and Margaret River plus the wider community, were at the Marist campus sports centre on Wednesday 12 June for the annual South West Careers Expo.
About 1600 visitors came through the doors and had the chance to speak to more than 40 exhibitors.
These included universities, residential colleges and other higher educational providers, some of the South West’s major employers from sectors including mining and local government and diverse exhibitors such as the Defence Force, drone pilot careers and Education USA.
Our student baristas also made coffees for the exhibitors throughout the morning.
Once again, the feedback about the Expo from all visitors and exhibitors was positive.
This is the 11th time we have hosted the Expo since its inception in 2009.
The Expo is growing every year and we thank everybody who was involved.