Conducted by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate

‘Learn what you are in the eyes of God’

Today, we had the please of welcoming back four 2017 graduates, who have all been accepted into the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.  Ben Shelly, Finn Owen and Jordan Boase were ATAR students, who will all be embarking on a Bachelor of Music (Jazz) at WAAPA.  

Mazenod’s Music and Faith Ministry have made participation in the Liturgical (Mass) Choir a focus for 2018. The choir leads the hymns and musical prayers at the College’s Whole School Masses and meets regularly before each Mass for rehearsals.

At our opening College assembly, we celebrated the achievements of our 2017 cohort. Our highest achieving General students as well as the students who achieved ATARs over 90 returned to be acknowledged by the College.

“To play Oblate cricket is the highest sporting honor that a Mazenod student can achieve and to put on the baggy blue is a moment that every student will cherish.” Daniel Curtis (Oblate Cup 2012 Winning Captain)

The P&F and Mazenod community would like to invite all NEW and EXISTING families to join us for an afternoon of relaxation and fun as you meet and socialise with other Mazenod families.