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All Year 11 and 12 students

MSC now has an App

MSC now has an App

Download it for free today

Download the free Manea Skoolbag App and receive all the latest news, events and notifications. Plus you can send through changes to contact details and absentee notes with a quick flick of button. Works with both Smartphone and Android devices. Here’s how to download the app.
Bunbury Information Night: Tuesday June 10

Bunbury Information Night: Tuesday June 10

SEDA Sports Development Program

SEDA is a hands-on education provider for year 11 and 12 students across Australia. SEDA recognises that to engage students in their education the learning environment needs to address their learning style. SEDA engages students in their education through their interest and passion for sport. Students in the WA program gain their WACE certification and nationally recognised Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualifications in Sport and Recreation. Students achieve outcomes for their future through a broad range of subjects and industry experiences, while also developing key life and employability skills.

Partnering with Cricket Australia, the WACA, Fremantle Dockers, Netball WA, Football West and Perth Glory, SEDA is committed to providing their students with the best hands-on, industry based education that links their studies to the real world.


Students study at sporting precincts in and around Perth and Bunbury, ensuring strong connection to the sport and recreation industry.


For more information about the SEDA Program visit www.sedagroup.com.au/sports, call 1300 11 7332 or email info@sedagroup.com.au

Look whose talking!

Look whose talking!

Here's what they're saying about Manea Senior College

Bunbury Mail
A. Elstermann, Feb 12, 2014

Bunbury teenager Jaiden Lanigan is the latest local speedskater to taste success. 

The Bunbury Speed Roller Skating Club member has just returned from the national championships in Brisbane where he took out a number of medals and was selected to compete in New Zealand in April at the 2014 Oceania competition.  

Lanigan, along with Bunbury teammate Reece Gundall will also be given the opportunity to compete at a World Championships in Argentina this November as a member of the Australian team. 

“Getting to compete overseas is great because it is a different level of competition,” Lanigan said. 

“In other countries there are athletes who live to compete competitively – it’s their whole life.”

Lanigan, who is currently in Year 12 at Manea Senior College, travels to Perth twice a week to train. 

“I train four to five days a week and also ride with the South West Cycle Club as cross training,” he said. 

“This sport can be quite addictive as you can reach speeds over 50km/h and it gives you a real adrenaline rush.

“It’s the type of sport where you have to stay fit and change your program regularly to stay on top of the game.”

Lanigan also coaches speed skating development sessions at The Rink in Halifax for those who are new to the sport. 

The sport has been selected as a demonstration sport at the next Junior Olympics with the goal for it to become an Olympic sport in the future. 

Lanigan is currently seeking sponsorship to help him pay for his internation pursuits. 

If you would like to assist him contact The Rink on 9725 6999.
Photo: MSC student, Jaiden Lanigan

February 2014

To Paul Mathews and Teaching Staff,

We were very proud to hear that Rachelle was presented with the ECU Citizenship Award for Year 11 today. Rachelle had a challenging year combining study with her high level of sporting commitment to the BMX Australian Team, so it was a real achievement to receive this award.

Thank you to all the teachers at Manea that supported Rachelle in many subtle ways to balance both facets of her life. She loved her Year 11 at Manea, and she responded positively to the change in teaching styles from her Year 10 traditional High School. We appreciate the wonderful and dedicated  teachers that are at Manea and we look forward to a great partnership in 2014. 

Carol and Brian Smith

Youth Express.
N. Asher, Feb 21, 2014
* Correction: MSC uses the Skoolbag App (not My BackPack)

Schools across the State have rolled out the My BackPack app to easily communicate with students and their parents. Manea College jumped on the bandwagon, activating their personalised version of the app complete with school calendars, information and a link to their Facebook page. Although the school only rolled the app out at the start of this term, associate principal Rod Rykers said the response so far had been positive, with more than 170 staff, students and parents downloading it. Manea r

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