Humanities  Our first weeks of Term 3 have been busy with assignments and learning.  Year 10 and 11 Geography students completed preparatory work ahead of field trips to the Mornington Peninsula and Kinglake respectively.  On Open Night, our E-block rooms were filled with displays of active learning.  Thanks to all… Read More

Mooroolbark College is participating in the MOBILEMUSTER Schools Challenge. We are asking for you to recycle your old unwanted mobile phones and their accessories. We want to support the challenge because;  By taking part in this challenge, we are  Helping raise funds to protect critically endangered primates  Win prizes for… Read More

The first few weeks in Term 2 have been busy and eventful for the EAL team. On May 5th, Adam Lorkin, John Nichol, Yi Jiang and Alisa Hammersley joined Foundation House and Centre for Multicultural Youth in the Hope Centre at Heathmont College to celebrate the conclusion of the Refugee… Read More

It has been a busy start to the year with sport, and health is our top priority as we head into the winter months.   Athletics Carnival  Nothing beats a chilly winters day and an Athletics Carnival to get hearts racing. From novelty events like ‘who can kick the longest’?… Read More

The main focus since our the last newsletter was open night and I want to thank all of the Technology staff for the outstanding effort that was made on the night.  Food technology cooked biscuits and the laser cutter made ‘Mooroolbark College Rules’ all of which were given away to… Read More


Term 2 has been a very busy place in Science, with classes settling in and completing a range of hands on experiments all themed around Chemistry. Our year 7 students have been learning all about mixtures and completing an array of experiments exploring separation techniques. This has led them to… Read More

Rolling Hills Primary Partnership  Term 2 will see most of our students exploring Algebra within a Mathematics and Numeracy Setting.   Continuing from last term, we have developed an exciting partnership with Rolling Hills Primary School sharing and advancing our Numeracy Programs. We have partnered with Rolling Hills as both schools… Read More

The Premier’s Reading Challenge has proven to be a very popular competition over the last few days with a massive 574 students registering to compete and 205 books already finished at the close of April. Notable mentions to Georgie Collyer, Hayden Dempster, Summer Tuppenney and Giselle Leonard who have read… Read More

Welcome back to Languages in Term 2. If you are in Year 8 you can look forward to investigating topics such Food and School and celebrating your studies with an excursion to the city at the end of the term. We will be visiting one of our capital’s museums before… Read More