Aquinas Catholic College Menai

2017 College News / Events


A significant number of our Year 9s have just completed the final stages of Peer Support training and
were most inspiring in their application and maturity in preparing to guide the Year 7s of 2018 in their
orientation to the College. The positive impact of Peer Support cannot be understated in its significance
in supporting over 200 recent primary school students from various size schools and contexts in settling
into high school. Ensuring that the Year 7 Class of 2018 is settled and understands why “This is
Aquinas” and the “way [and why] we do things @ Aquinas” is crucial in nurturing our community. Even
more impressively for the Year 9s is the simple mathematical imperative that will see only around half of
them are able to actually take on the leadership of a Year 7 Peer Support Group. The ability to
comprehend and recognise that every endeavour embarked on won’t always end in the unqualified
success that we hope for is a key ingredient in developing a critical sense of self and developing
resilience that will hold our students in good stead long after Peer Support, final exams and their time @
Aquinas. I would also like to thank Ms Wilson, Mrs Wells, and Mrs Dickinson for their roles in the Peer
Support program.
We also received more exciting news from the Convenor of the NSWCCC sporting organisation who has
informed us that James Roumanos [Year 12, Rugby League] and Ethan Stacey [Year 10, Baseball] have
received the prestigious Blue Award for outstanding sporting excellence in 2017. These awards are
limited in number and to receive a nomination is merit worthy benchmark and to actually receive the
award is testament to commitment in training, preparation, risking failure and all round involvement in
school life. Congratulations James and Ethan.


James Corcoran



From The Assistant Principal  



Damien Kerr

Assistant Principal 








2017 Student Leaders 


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Friends,families,ex-students and staff of Aquinas Catholic College are warmly invited to attend our Silver Jubilee, celebrating 25 years of being 'Enlivened by the Spirit'.



Congratulations to the HSC Class of 2016


Congratulations to the HSC Class of 2016 … 76% of subjects above state average


Congratulations to the HSC Class of 2016 … 50 Band 6s / E4s


Congratulations to the HSC Class of 2016 … 248 Band 5s / E3s


Congratulations to the HSC Class of 2015298 Band 5s / 6s or E3s / E4s




Aquinas Catholic College Menai is a co-educational, Years 7-12, Catholic High school, established in 1993. The present accommodation includes the Administration Building, College library, general classrooms and the full range of specialist rooms.



Celebrating 25 Years of being ‘Enlivened by the  Spirit’






College Dux Jushua Swan


HSC Courses above state average


50 Band 6's / E4's


Band 5's / E3's

Gifted Challenge Day at Aquinas

Gifted Challenge Day at Aquinas

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