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Manea students win environmental scholarships

Maitland Ely and Kara Lawlor will fly to the United States to undertake a scientific expedition at Shenandoah National Park, Virginia, after being awarded environmental scholarships through the Alcoa Foundation. Read the newspaper story here. 


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The 99 ATAR club has a new South West member

It was a morning of surprise for one Bunbury student after he discovered he had made it in to the exclusive 99 ATAR club.

For 17-year-old Manea Senior College student, Jon Kennedy the academic world is now his oyster after he achieved an impressive 99.10 ATAR.

“I was pretty shocked but pretty happy too – I’ve got a trainee-ship starting in January and I’ll be doing a Certificate III in Information Technology ,” he said.

The South-West graduate is still not sure what he wants to do at university but is looking forward to a break and is relieved the pressures of exams are now behind him. 

Manea Senior College principal Rod Rykers said Jon’s achievement was well deserved with a full 6 ATAR course load in Year 12 and daily travel from his home in Greenbushes. 

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24/01/2018

MSC College/Reception re-opens for 2018

MSC College/Reception re-opens for 2018, January 24
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Term 1 Commencement Dates for Students

New + Repeating (Year 11) students return Wednesday January 31 @ 8:40am
Returning Year 12 students: Thursday February 1 @ 8:40am
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Term 1 Commencement Dates for Students

New + Repeating (Year 11) students return Wednesday January 31 @ 8:40am
Returning Year 12 students: Thursday February 1 @ 8:40am
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