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College Family Inspires after Walking Famous Pilgrimage

The Schuch family, who are long-time members of the St Thomas More College (STMC) community, recently walked the 12-day, 264-kilometre Portugal leg of the Camino De Santiago pilgrimage. Mrs Sue Schuch, an STMC Teacher Aide, undertook the walk with her husband, Mr Laurie Schuch and their daughter, Ms Stephanie Schuch, a Class of 2007 STMC graduate. Ms Schuch, who has ...

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Harry will ‘Do More, Be More’ on International Playing Field

Harry is a young, rising futsal star who is about to represent Australia in the Under 14 Boys’ Representative Futsal team. He will travel in April 2018 to the United Kingdom to be on the world sporting stage. Students at St Thomas More College (STMC), Sunnybank live and learn by the college’s ‘Do More, Be More’ ethos, both in and ...

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Becoming M.O.R.E. Program

Becoming M.O.R.E. Program

St Thomas More College, Sunnybank is determined to have their students Do More Be More! In line with this, the college recently held a Becoming More showcase evening. A-number-of senior students who pursue tertiary education at the end of year-11 and year-12 come from backgrounds where they are the first in their family’s history to study at a university and ...

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How to Focus, NAPLAN Results and Upcoming Events

Read More, Do More, Be More

In this video presentation, the college Principal, Les Conroy talks about how you can encourage your child to focus, not multitask and learn more. Also in this newsletter video edition, Principal Conroy talks about the great college NAPLAN results and how they were achieved. Full Video Transcript Hello, my name is Les Conroy, Principal of St Thomas More College. As ...

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INVITATION: Visitors’ Day – Tuesday, 22 August – 9.15am and 4.15pm (two sessions)

INVITATION TO VISITORS’ DAY When:  Tuesday, 22 August 2017 – 9.15am and 4.15pm Where:  Entry and Parking via Troughton Rd, Sunnybank All families are welcome into the college to view the facilities, meet the Principal and the leadership team and get all your questions about high school answered. Watch Mr Les Conroy, Principal [VIDEO] as he talks about the St ...

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Student Named ‘Most Outstanding Performance of any Australian Athlete’

St Thomas More College, Sunnybank Year-12 Student, Chelsea Hobday has earned a bronze medal at the 2017 Chuncheon Korea Open, International Taekwondo Championships. Narrowly beaten by just one point, Chelsea’s Chinese competitor was the Taekwondo Rio Olympics’ gold medallist. Following her strong performance in the 2017 World Taekwondo Championships, Chelsea was the only member of the Australian team to bring ...

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96five Interview Principal About Chapel Project

96five Interview Principal About Chapel Project

96five’s Justin Rouillon interviewed St Thomas More College, Sunnybank Principal, Les Conroy at the college about the old chapel project. Originally a Catholic Church, the chapel made the journey recently from North Cooranga, a little town north of Dalby and south of Kingaroy, in the pocket of mountains on the left hand side of the Bunya Mountains to its new ...

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Catholic Leader Visits Chapel Project

The Catholic Leader Report on Chapel Coming to Sunnybank

The Catholic Leader news publishers visited the former Cooranga North church, which has been relocated onto the grounds of St Thomas More College, Sunnybank. Reporter Emilie Ng interviewed the St Thomas More College, Sunnybank Principal, Les Conroy and Brisbane Catholic Education director of school services (Springwood), Derek Maclean about the future vision for the church building. Our Lady of the ...

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A Piece of History Coming to Sunnybank

A Piece of History Coming to Sunnybank

Dear Neighbours of St Thomas More College, We’re excited to share with you that we have a community chapel being moved onto the St Thomas More College, Sunnybank grounds on or around Wednesday, 28 June. This chapel will be a fantastic community asset that will provide a facility to be utilised by our students and community groups. There is a ...

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