College Leadership

Administration Team

2017 Administration Team - Kindergarten to Year 12

Principal: - Mr Michael Pepper
Head of Secondary: - Mrs Lea Wilson
Head of Primary School: - Ms Coby Rhatigan
Business Manager: - Ms Amy Hyett
Assistant Head Primary: - Mrs Janelle Kennedy
Assistant Head Primary: - Mrs Keryn Moase
11/12 Co-ordinator: - Mrs Rebecca Famlonga
9/10 Co-ordinator: - Mr Braden Famlonga
7/8 Co-ordinator: - Mr Cley Anderson
Pathways Co-Ordinator: - Ms Diana Jans
Careers and VET Co-ordinator: - Mr Paul Woodbridge
Follow the Dream Co-ordinator: - Mr Dave Wilkinson
REC: - Mr Joseph Eastgate
PA to Principal/Community Relations: – Mrs Marie Little

Student Leadership

Student leadership is an important part of the school on both the Primary and Secondary Campuses.

Students and staff work together to achieve the best possible outcomes for every student, creating independent responsible learners. Students are encouraged to accept responsibility for themselves, their actions and their own learning environment.

St Mary’s College Student Representative Council 2017

Head Girl: - Abier Hamaguchi
Head Boy: - Alexander Bueke
Ministry Captain: - Sarah Hill
Cultural Captain: - Minmae Pineda
Sports Captain - JoFrarn Hunter
Year 8 Representatives: - Jasmyn Baird and Nicholas Ignacio
Year 9 Representatives: - Aaliyah Richardson and Daniel Ralph
Year 10 Representatives: - Oseyahn Monck-Omeara and Fynn Stokes
Year 11 Representatives: - Leanne Dolby and Ainsley Richardson

House Captains

Barbier House Captain: - Keely May
O’Brien House Captain: - Dexter Lance
Rice House Captain: - TJ McLeod
Ward House Captain: - Alex Beuke

Primary Campus

Head Boy – Scartisha Ningella
Head Girl – James Abriol
Deputy Head Boy – Francis McNally
Deputy Head Girl – Helena Hungerford-Morgan

Primary House Captains

Barbier House Captains – Marcell Wynne and Taezha-Rose Councillor
O’Brien House Captains – Dominic Bartlett and Olivia Ward
Rice House Captains – Imogen Famlonga and Rio Cahill
Ward House Captains – Elly Sara and Leon Francis

Term 2  


The solemnities of the feast of Easter have passed but the ongoing message of Christ’s love and self-sacrifice stands. It is remembered too in the scriptural epithet or saying often inscribed on war memorials: ‘greater love hath no man than this; that he should lay his life down for his friend’. Sometimes this biblical expression is abbreviated to: Greater love hath no man … ANZAC Day recalls that supreme sacrifice made by so many. It is appropriate that the College reflects on the symbolism of the day and that as a community we do our best to live out the College prayer which in part refers to the Lord God whose spirit of wisdom dwelling in the Yawuru country may teach us... and asks that each of us respect and support others ...with a listening heart.

Principal and Staff of St Mary’s College.