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Year 12 Formal

Nov 17th, 2022

A great celebration last night at the Yr 12 Formal. Well done to the class of 2022 on completing 13 years of schooling and 6 years at Mullauna College. We now all anxiously await VCAA results. Stay safe over the summer and we look forward to catching up at the first alumni event in February 2023.

Exams

Nov 16th, 2022

We wish all students luck as Mullauna exams commence for students in years 7 to 11. Well done to our Yr 7s who sat the first exam today! Best wishes!

Prize winners at the Box Hill Rotary Whitehorse Art Show

Nov 1st, 2022

On Sunday, two of our Year 12 students were invited to collect their prize-winning artwork from The Box Hill Rotary Whitehorse Art Show along with their family members. Caitlyn received a Second prize ($300 ) and Putheary 3rd Prize ($200) The girls were presented with a certificate by Mr Simon Wheelton (Art Show Director and Mr Ray McLeod -Dryden (Director of International and Club Projects 2022). Congratulations to both students on their fabulous artwork!

Yr 7 Henry completes at the Rocky Trails Academy race

Oct 31st, 2022

Year 7 student Henry represented Mullauna College on Friday at the Rocky Trails Academy race at Haunted Hills MTB park in Gippsland. Racing in the years 7 and 8 division against 44 other students, Henry came 3rd overall. Congratulations, Henry!

Year 9 Table tennis

Oct 29th, 2022

Some tenacious table tennis teammates headed to Kilsyth midweek to take part in the Eastern Metropolitan Region’s tournament. Whilst a glorious victory eluded the team, each player had their fair share of ‘hero shots’ and put up a great fight.

Skillz SYN Radio at RMIT

Oct 28th, 2022

Yr 9 Skillz today. SYN community radio at RMIT. Presenting radio shows on a diverse range of community issues this week such as anxiety, prostrate cancer and illegal sweatshops.

$5.23 Million Building Upgrade!

May 20th, 2021

Some amazing news as shared by Principal Barbara Laidlaw today. Dear students, parents and carers This afternoon I received a phone call from Mr Dustin Halse, the local State Member for Ringwood. He had stepped out of the Parliament Budget Speech by Treasurer Tim Pallas, to let me know that Mullauna College has been included in this year’s budget as part of the government's priority for school upgrading. Mullauna has been allocated $5.23 million! This news came as a wonderful surprise! Around 2 years ago I gave Dustin a draft estimate of the costs for a two-stage redevelopment program that I’d asked Brand architects to outline for our school. This draft has formed the basis for Dustin Halse's advocacy for a building upgrade on behalf of Mullauna College. I expressed my thanks to Dustin Halse on behalf of our current and future school community - very enthusiastically! This upgrade is a wonderful opportunity for us to add to the refurbishment works, new buildings and landscaping of 2015-2017, and to create additional, new learning spaces for our students and staff to work in every day. Barbara Laidlaw Principal