Ann Stratford, Principal

Mobile Phone Policy The Mooroolbark College Council is currently reviewing the Mobile Phone Policy prior to the beginning of 2020.  The College Council has asked the Student Representative Council to seek input from students on their behalf and will also be seeking input from parents and staff.   In essence, the… Read More

College Office Hours College Office Hours MONDAY- THURSDAY: 8.15AM- 4.00PM FRIDAY 8.15AM- 3.30PM   Calendar 2019 TERM TWO JUNE Monday 10th – QUEENS BIRTHDAY HOLIDAY Tuesday 11th – Thursday 13th – Year 10 & 11 Exams Wednesday 12 – GAT Thursday 13th – Year 12 Social Friday 14th – REPORT… Read More

2019 Direct Debit Payment Plan Instalment Date – Thursday 13th June 3, 2019 South Australia German Heritage and Food Tour deposit of $400 is due by Thursday 20th June Grease Tickets are available to purchase on TryBooking Read More

Jack Schofield

Captain Profile - Red House: Jack Schofiel What do you hope to achieve this year in your role? As Red House Captain, Kellie and I would like the continued improvement of better planned and ran activities in home group and create more interactions within and between home groups. I would also love… Read More

The Year 11 History class attended the Jewish Holocaust Museum on Monday. We toured the museum’s gallery and met David, a 94 year old Holocaust survivor who shared his incredible story.  Our students showed great interest, knowledge and understanding of the events of 1933 - 1945.  The day made a… Read More

Year 10 People and the Planet students were busy on our field trip to the Mornington Peninsula. We visited Rosebud, Gunnamatta, Cape Schanck and Hastings.  Students collected data on and investigated longshore drift, rips, beach safety, dune stabilisation, the effects of climate change and the importance of mangroves.  It was… Read More

Our 2019 TSP team were treated to a great day at the Victorian Institute of Sport in Albert Park on Thursday the 23rd of May. We were given a tour of the facility by Australian Hockey Player Carly James.  This included some basic fitness testing, a push up and teamwork… Read More

Chinese cuisine has always been an important part of the Chinese culture. During Mandarin classes this term, the Year 8 students had the opportunity to make ??  ch?o fàn (fried rice). The purpose was to help students gain a better understanding of how environment and culture can influence food preferences.… Read More