What has been happening at St Mary’s College recently? Find out here and keep up to date on the College’s latest news, events, announcements, community activities, photos and more.

You will also find the College calendar, term dates, The Fountain newsletter and photo galleries of recent events and activities below.

Senior School News

Meet your Prefects

Monday 08 May 2023

Meet Brooke Sice, St Mary’s College Deputy Head Prefect and Prefect for Wellbeing. 

What are you most looking forward to this year at St Mary’s College? 

This is an e

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Meet your Prefects

Tuesday 04 April 2023

Meet Jasmine Wallace, St Mary’s College Deputy Head Prefect and Prefect for Events and Communication. 

What are you most looking forward to this year at St Mary’s College

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Meet your Prefects

Tuesday 07 March 2023

We recently chatted with Vara about her intentions for the year ahead and how she and the Prefects aspire to create a supportive and positive environment for our students, which sh

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2023 Prefects announced

Monday 21 November 2022

Meet your new Prefects!

We’re extremely proud to introduce the outstanding group of Year 11 students who have been elected by their peers to lead the College in 2023.


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Year 10 Pillars camp

Monday 26 September 2022

The picturesque Spring Beach in Triabunna was the perfect setting for our recent Year 10 Pillars camp.

Students had an unforgettable time bonding with one another and dabbling i

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Program sparks curiosity about world of AI

Wednesday 27 July 2022

On Wednesday 27 July, the College’s Year 7-12 students participated in a day of creative, fun and hands-on activities as part of the ‘Day of AI’ artificial intelligence (AI) progra

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The Overland Track adventure

Friday 17 June 2022

Six days and 65km later, our Outdoor Education students reached the finish line of the Overland Track.

What an exhilarating and life-changing experience for our Outdoor Ed

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SMC Toolbox

Groving our love of learning

St Mary's College is located on the traditional lands of the muwinina people of the South East Nation. We acknowledge and deeply respect the palawa people, the Tasmanian Aboriginal Community, and all Elders past and present. We are committed to learning alongside our students and community in this place, nipaluna, and support the continued sharing of knowledge and culture.