Latest News&Events

16 Dec

Christmas is Coming

Christmas is coming; it’s always so exciting! Of course, as a Christian school we LOVE Christmas. Ok, maybe it is a bit overcommercialised in the shops, but we don’t live in the shops; we create our own Christmas in our homes and in our hearts. Christmas food is wonderful, the traditions are beautiful, and the convention of gift-giving reminds us of Jesus who came as a baby and gave Himself as a gift for us. Christmas symbols are significant too. They have wonderful meanings and often those meanings are interwoven. For example, there are several symbols in our Christmas trees. We choose an evergreen conifer. Many people still go to the trouble of getting a real pine tree; ah, the whole house smells beautiful with that pine-aroma wafting through. Even in Aussie heat, the evergreenness of a conifer reminds us of everlasting life because of Christ. On top of our tree we balance a star or an angel. All Christmas stars represent that special star of the first Christmas at Bethlehem. That first Christmas star showed the wise ones how to find their way to Jesus. Our Christmas stars also symbolize that the baby Jesus came because He is the light of the world and is a shining hope to all people. Angels on our Christmas trees represent God’s messengers. Angels appeared to people when the Saviour was born, telling them to hurry and meet the miracle baby. From our team of staff at

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22 Oct

Secondary Art Show & Charity Art Auction Event!

The Secondary Art Show & Charity Art Auction event opens Wednesday the 30th October at the MCC auditorium. It will run from 3.30pm - 6:00pm. This free event runs alongside the Secondary Arts Soirée. This year students are donating some of their original art pieces for our very first silent art auction. All proceeds will go to Doctors Without Borders (, who provide medical assistance to people affected by conflict, epidemics, disasters, or exclusion from healthcare. MSF was founded in 1971 in Paris by a group of journalists and doctors. Today, they are 42,000 people all over the world. Please support this worthy cause.  Get excited as we enjoy the Art show and help others in need around the world! ...

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19 Sep

Bringing Learning to Life in Year 9

Mr Robert Keenan, a Melton Christian College parent, addressed the students on his experiences as a former Police officer (RUC) in Belfast during ‘The Troubles’ of the 1970’s. This was a time where there was great division and conflict in Northern Ireland as a result of political and religious beliefs. Mr. Keenan shared with the cohort obstacles that he and his family faced in a time of terror and conflict.  The talk consolidated our current unit of study in Year 9 English which is Conformity vs Individuality. It was a real privilege hearing his journey and making character and plot connections with the play Across the Barricades by Joan Lingard. It is a rare opportunity for students to meet members of their own community who would have lived and served during a historical time period depicted in one of their literary texts.  Mr. Dionysiou, Secondary English Teacher It was a great opportunity for us to meet someone who lived during the very difficult Troubles and then relate it back to our text study. Elizabeth Conde, Year 9 Student It was so courageous of Mr Keenan to share his experiences with us. Jason Toor, Year 9 Student War and conflict impacts those involved in so many ways. The talk enabled us to think about conflicts around the world and make connections to our own families and their journeys. Melody Ho¸ Year 9 Student I was intrigued listening to his story and making real life connections to the text. Shelby

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09 Sep

Seussical the Musical is Coming to Town!

Whimsical and Magical Musical of Seussical™ Proportions Opens this September! A lead cast of 17 students and the whole primary school taking part, this year's musical is set to be the biggest yet! From the Jungle of Nool to Kalamazoo, MCC Primary students will unlock the imaginations of the citizens of Melton & surrounds when they bring the Cats in the Hat, Horton the Elephant, Gertrude McFuzz, Mayzie LaBird, the Whos in Whoville and other Seuss favorites to life with their production of Seussical™ KIDS. Seussical Kids is based on the works of Dr Seuss. The only thing more fun than reading a Dr. Seuss book is seeing a magical musical extravaganza—live, onstage with all the favorite Dr. Seuss characters!. Cat in the Hat is the host and Horton the Elephant is the guide on a journey from the Jungle of Nool to the Circus McGurkus to the World of the Whos, as a little boy with a big imagination proves that a person is a person no matter how small. Dates: 18th September at 6:30pm & 19th September, 2019 at 2:00pm and 6:30pm Tickets on sale here!     ...

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12 Aug

Celebrating Multicultural Day

The whole College was abuzz with activity and vibrant costumes last week as we celebrated the many nationalities of our students and families.  Run over two days for Primary and Secondary students, Multicultural Day has grown year by year as the students and staff share their heritage through classroom study and special incursions. The event is a wonderful expression of how unique God has made each of us, and how we all come together to be part of one community. The primary classes each chose a country of interest to study, with some classes integrating the country into all their classes from the start of term 3. Each class set up a display that included facts about their country such as traditional food, language, population, capital city and interesting facts. The students could dress up from any country on Multicultural Day and bring in a dish of any cuisine. Each student was given a passport which included a page from each country in primary and classes travelled through each classroom during each session answering questions in the passport that were studied. If students could answer the series of questions related to that country, they received a stamp. Classes spent a session sharing information about either their costume or food so that others could understand what it was or where the costume was from. Primary students also spent one session in a traditional Chinese dance and arts incursion. They learnt a few words in Chinese and watched a few basic dance

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30 Jul

A Magical Night with Aladdin JR

We entered the auditorium with feelings of excitement and anticipation, looking forward to see how this year's cast and crew were going to entertain and charm us with for the evening. Welcomed by the unmistakable aroma of freshly popped corn seeping through the air and hypnotised by the mystical lamp encased in glass we strolled down memory lane admiring by the chronologically placed, life size posters of the musicals gone by.  Reminiscing about every performance we had attended together, and how each presentation had improved on the next. We were certain that this was going to be an extra special event! Feeling like we were in Broadway, we walked the red carpet to our excellent seats, impatiently waiting for the performance to begin. From the moment the lights were dimmed and the overture began we were transported to the mystical city of Agrabah.The Arabian palace and the glorious costumes were magnificent. The ever rotating props and sets, seamlessly moving on and off the stage stealthily by the silent behind the scenes heroes were amazing. Then there were the impressive lights and even a magical Genie lamp that mysteriously exuded smoked on cue! There was excellent sound clarity and spectacular digitally projected backdrops that enhanced the whole production, allowing the students talents to shine to their full potential.  That brings us to the real stars of the show, the students! The pride on their faces when they executed their humorous lines perfectly, portrayed their dramatic roles seriously

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05 Jul

Magic Comes to MCC

Aladdin, Jasmine and Genie made a guest appearance on campus last week, and made front page in the newspaper! Check out the article here:   The cast is getting ready, the props are all done, and it is just a matter of time before the auditorium is transformed. If you haven't purchased your tickets, go to   *Final night is nearly sold out. Don't leave it too late to book tickets!  ...

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