Year 12 Leavers' Breakfast

19 September 2022
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Today, Friday, 23 September we farewelled our Year 12 students at our annual Leavers’ Breakfast.

Approximately 290 students and staff attended the breakfast to say their farewells to each other. 

It was a fun filled morning with students treated to a yummy buffet breakfast with a ‘Guess the Staff Photo’ competition, a pin up board for students to leave a ‘Thank You’ message to their teachers, a slide show of their two years at the College while some tunes played in the background.  There was also a sneaky prize under three of the hundreds of chairs for students to find.

After breakfast, students and staff headed into the PA Space for some farewell awards presented by staff to students.  It was obvious some close bonds and friendships had been formed over the two years between students and staff.  The event was a wonderful finale to the students final two years of compulsory schooling.

The College would like to wish all students every success in the future, no matter if that is heading to University, TAFE, starting full time work or having a gap year. 

A big thank you to the Year 12 Leaders, Mrs Leah Allen and Mrs Ritz Lillywhite, for all their time and work with the students over the last two years and for organising the Leavers' Breakfast along with the Student Services team.

We look forward to seeing all the Year 12s together one final time at the Presentation Night on Tuesday, 25 October.  Click the link below for more information about the evening and how to purchase tickets: 

The College would like to wish all the Year 12 ATAR students all the best in their upcoming exams commencing on Monday, 3 October.  Exam conditions and timetable can be found here:

Acknowledgement of Country
Mindarie Senior College acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of the Wadjuk people of the Noongar Nation. We recognise and respect the connection to the land, sky and seas of this area. We recognise and respect the continuing cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.