A perfect combination for success

The supportive learning environment at Mater Christi, as well as the benefits of the VCAL program, combined to create a recipe for success for Jess.

A confident, positive and friendly person, Jessica chose Mater Christi mainly because it offered the learning support she needed.

The power of a Personal Project

College Co-Captain Jasmine has received considerable praise for her first published research paper, regarding fauna survey work she conducted in Sassafras Creek.

Jasmine initially conducted the research and wrote the article as part of her Year 10 Personal Project at Mater Christi.

Balance and discipline pays off


Balance, discipline and undeniable talent have combined to see 2021 College
Co-Captain Cassidy well on her way to a career in the Fashion industry.

Maintaining a healthy balance between her studies and social life, was the recipe for success for 2021 College Co-Captain Cassidy.

Varied opportunities enhance the secondary school experience

While Molly primarily focused on Maths and Science, she also chose to take up the many and varied opportunities offered during her time at Mater Christi. She believes doing so, enhanced her secondary school experience.

With an innate curiosity about the world and our universe, Molly studied primarily Maths and Science based subjects and hopes to make a positive contribution to the world of STEM in her career.

The support of a teacher can be pivotal

When one of her teachers supported Bailey to work through some challenges and discover her strengths, it set her on a path to study Education Support, and fulfil her desire to be a teacher.

With a passion for helping those around her feel equal and heard, Bailey has always wanted to be a teacher.

VCE Creative Showcase


Five talented students from the Class of 2021 have had their artwork recognised through the Yarra Ranges VCE Creative Showcase this month.

Just 31 students from across the Yarra Ranges were selected to be part of the exhibition, highlighting their perseverance through the challenges of 2021 and COVID-19 and their ability to create incredible artwork across a range of different mediums and subject matter.

Celebrating our High Achievers of 2021

We were delighted to celebrate student achievement at our High Achievers Assembly today, with parents, grandparents, guardians and family friends joining us via zoom .

Congratulations to all students who can feel proud of their achievements in learning and are looking forward with excitement and anticipation to the next stage of their education journey.

Celebrating Year 12 2021

We are delighted and proud to share some highlights of another year of outstanding VCE and VCAL achievements.

Highlights in summary:

13% of students attained an ATAR over 90
47% of students attained an ATAR over 80
Median Study Score of 32
47 students attained scores of 40 or higher
2 students attained Study Scores of 50
All VCAL students graduated and completed VET studies

These results are testament to the commitment of students and their families during these extraordinary two years of COVID-affected learning.

World Championship Cheerleading

Ever wondered what it takes to get to world championship level Cheerleading – and win? Charli and Sienna can tell you!

These resilient, hardworking MCC students recently competed, with their Cheer team – Outlaw Kelly Girls, in the Virtual Cheer World Championships, coming 1st place in the International All Girl Open Level 6.

A huge achievement, by any measure, but particularly given a number of setbacks due to the COVID pandemic.

2020 Premier’s VCE Award winners

Two Mater Christi College students from the Class of 2020 have received Premier’s VCE Awards for outstanding achievement.

Lillie (left) and Lucy (right) both achieved a perfect score (50) in subjects last year - Lillie for History Revolutions and Lucy for Outdoor Education and Environmental Science.