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 Welcome to St Benedict's College Mango Hill



http://www.stbenedictscollege.qld.edu.au/about-us<p>​<img class="ms-rtePosition-2" src="/about-us/PublishingImages/St-Benedict.jpg" alt="" style="margin:5px;" />​St Benedict's is a regional co-educational Catholic secondary college, opened in February 2013, and provides high quality contemporary education in a Christian context. The College bases its ethos and mission on the Rule of St Benedict placing a strong emphasis on balance of work and life. </p> <p>The College's comprehensive curriculum provides opportunities for each student to achieve success in an environment that is dedicated to the development of the whole person. Our community embraces and is committed to ​the goals of the Melbourne Declaration and supports and encourages all students to become successful learners, confident and creative individuals and active and informed citizens, fully enabled to contribute to the life of their community. </p> <p>We have strong links with St Benedict's Catholic Primary School, Our Lady of the Way Catholic Primary School, Petrie and Holy Spirit Catholic Primary School, Bray Park as well as primary schools in the Northern Bayside and  Bracken Ridge areas.</p> <h3 class="ms-rteElement-H3">College Motto</h3> <p>In Omnibus Deus and God in All Things </p> <div>God in All Things expresses the essence of St Benedict's Spirituality and is relevant to the context of the secondary college. It is expressed in both Latin and English.<br></div>

 Why come to St Benedict's College?

St Benedict's College is committed to providing high quality, contemporary educa​tion in a Catholic Christian context. We support and encourage all students to become successful life long learners, confident and creative individuals and active and informed​ citizens able to contribute fully to their community and the world in which they live.​​

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The Little Mermaid - A Spectacular Productionhttp://www.stbenedictscollege.qld.edu.au/news-and-events/Pages/The-Little-Mermaid---A-Spectacular-Production.aspxThe Little Mermaid - A Spectacular Production<p>​​​What an amazing and spectacular production incorporating sparkles, colour and a boat load of talent. <em>The Little Mermaid </em>proved to be a musical capturing the hearts of all who witnessed the magical performances of College and primary school students. The success of such an event is the result of a lot of hard work from a lot of hard working people – staff, parents, students and community members. Thanks to all of the parents of the cast for supporting your sons and daughters in many ways. I would also like to acknowledge the contribution of those involved in any way for costume, set and prop creations, musical and vocal tuition, lighting, sound, back stage, marketing, photography, ticketing, refreshments and ushers.</p>
Readers Cup - We Won!http://www.stbenedictscollege.qld.edu.au/news-and-events/Pages/Readers-Cup---We-Won!.aspxReaders Cup - We Won!<p>​​​​Congratulations our wonderful St Benedict's College Readers Cup team who emerged victorious after three hours of fierce competition against more than twenty other schools in the Brisbane North regional competition last night. Mykaela Wright, Imogene Ellsworth, Emily Garratt and Oscar Mou will now compete in the Queensland Finals of Readers Cup for years 7 and 8 on the 5 September 2018. Readers Cup is open to any student in Years seven or eight who loves to read.</p>
Champions on the Netball Courthttp://www.stbenedictscollege.qld.edu.au/news-and-events/Pages/Champions-on-the-Netball-Court.aspxChampions on the Netball Court<p>​​​After a spectacular series of games, St Benedict's College U15 Girls Netball team came home as the champions of the Inters B4 division at the Catholic Cup Netball Competition. After many early Tuesday mornings since the start of the year it was clear that the girls were here to play, as they were led onto the court by Co-Captains Jasmine Brown and Mackenzie Reynolds. </p><p>They faced a tough test first up against St Ursula's from Toowoomba.  After a very slow start the girls found themselves behind 7-4 at half time. But they came out firing in the second half to quickly gather up the lead and then take an important first win 10-8. The girls carried the momentum from that first win to confidently dispatch their next opponent St Mary's Maryborough by 23-0, then St Peter Claver by 16-5 and St Patrick's by the same score in back to back games. St James were then defeated 17-8 before the girls faced their second real test of the day against St Mary's Kingaroy. In a back and forth battle the girls again produced another outstanding second half performance to run away with a 16-9 victory, before then storming to a 20-2 victory over Southern Cross. </p><p>Our final game was against Emmaus College, Jimboomba, both of us undefeated.  Both teams were very well matched from the first whistle and it went goal for goal for much of the game. But the defensive pressure and hard work from the St Benedict's College girls won them several crucial turnovers that were duly converted by our outstanding attack – and the girls showed great courage under pressure as they triumphed 13-10 to bring home our first ever Netball Trophy. </p><p>A sincere thanks must go to all of the parents and family members who have supported the girls throughout the year in their commitment to training early in the morning. Secondly, I would like to thank Mr Dominic Clarke for coming along to support the girls, and to score and manage during the carnival. I would also like to thank our umpire for the day, Year 11 student Liliana Robb. Finally, I can only conclude by saying congratulations and thank you to all of the members the 2018 team. These girls can now say they were the very first Netball Champions in the short history of St Benedict's College.  </p><p>Michael Gilbert<br>Coach</p>

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