MSM hosted the Interschool Theatresports Schools Competition on Monday Night with two Middle School MSM Theatresports Teams competing: ‘The Jokers’ (Georgina O’Keeffe, Annabel Coleman, Mia Miller, Eden Jones, Sarah Tanwan, Olivia Magee) were awarded a place in the Quarter Finals at MSM on 31st July. The ‘Bananas in P’dramas’ team (Olivia Drake, Tahlia Neylan, Penelope (Poppy) Coleman, Sophie Hancock, Norah Ryan, Zoe Bellett) wowed the crowd, but narrowly missed out on a finals Guernsey.
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MSM was well represented at the 2019 Australian Gymnastics Championships with students representing Queensland and achieving impressive results in Aerobics. Well done Esther Tamone Year 9 and Jessica Moten Year 11 who placed second in their pair and Madelyne Arthur Year 12 who came second in her individual. MSM Coach and Alumni Abby Lavin, also competed to win her individual routine. Congratulations!
Competitive Year 7 and 8 Japanese language students joined forces with equally competitive Year 7 and 8 Marist College students to test their knowledge of Japanese landmarks, food, popular culture and sport. After a snack of sushi for afternoon tea, the girls and boys played 4 rounds of trivia interspersed with Japanese games.
Year 12 debaters, Gen Ryan, Bernie Ryan, Gabrielle Brown, Sarah Grimson and Molly Read, had a successful Round 4 debate evening on Wednesday. The team’s two wins in the preliminary rounds of the QDU competition were short preparation debates. We are awaiting news as to whether this will secure them a place in the finals rounds.
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Our Year 11 Senior Future Problem Solving team landed safely in the USA this morning, Massachusetts bound! Wishing the team all the very best of luck as they prepare for their international competition; the final round of the competitive season #mtstmichaelscollege #msm #infaithandlove #futureproblemsolving #msmfutureprobblemsolvers
On Saturday, Year 9 students Sophie Hancock, Sara Garbellini and Elise Barron took on the Kokoda Challenge, covering an impressive 31.7km and climbing over 1,250 metres in exactly 6 hours to claim positions 89-92 out of 710 participants. Congratulations girls on this outstanding result.
Exploring New York! Our Year 11 Future Problem Solving team enjoyed incredible weather as they walked the Brooklyn Bridge, visited Ellis Island, 9/11 reflection pools and the Statue of Liberty before heading off to Broadway for the evening.
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