1809, 2019

No more QCS!

By |September 18th, 2019|Editorial|

Term Three is drawing to a close with students completing assessment and course requirements. It has been a time for students and staff alike where the ‘heads have been down’ as the tasks piled up.


Paint Needed for Arts Department

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The art department would love to have any unwanted bright colour paint from home that is no longer needed. Please bring any donations to Student Services. 

Arts Festival Performance Opportunities

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The Arts Festival is coming up next Term on Tuesday 22nd October from 3:30 - 6:30pm. There will be multiple stages and performances running throughout the afternoon.

Recent News

Congratulations Music Students

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Congratulations to several of our students who have successfully been accepted into SHEP (State Honours Ensemble Program) with Griffith University.

ROAR Active Soccer Program

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The ROAR Active Soccer Program will be hosted at Mueller for a 3 weeks on a Wednesday morning - the 30th Oct, & 6/13th of November.

Student Headstart Interview

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One of our Year 12 students, Noah Vickery, was recently interviewed for his involved in the USC Headstart uni program.

Create a Gingerbread House

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Mueller Church's annual 'Create a Gingerbread House' night is coming up next term - register before they sell out!

Year 10 Drama Photo Gallery

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Year 10 Drama had their annual 'Grimm Tales' performance last week. This year they focused on refugee stories. Here are a few images from the show!

Mueller Connect Editions


Year 11 Shakespeare Performance

October 17 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Arts Festival

October 22 @ 3:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Important Dates

15-20th ~ Year 6 Melbourne/Canberra Trip
17-18th ~ Wilderness Trek
20th ~ Last Day of Term 3

7th ~ Queens Birthday Public Holiday
~ Year 9/10 Camp
17th ~ Year 11 Shakespeare
18th ~ Year 2 Sleepover
24th ~ Sports Awards
24-25th ~ Year 3 Sleepover
30th ~ Presentation Night
31st ~ Year 11 Transition Day

5th ~ New Student Orientation Day
13th ~ Year 12 Graduation
15th ~ Year 12 Formal
22nd ~ Year 9 Semi-Formal
25th ~ Year 6 Graduation
27th ~ Year 6 into 7 Orientation Day & Parent Info Evening
28th ~ Prep Graduation
29th ~ Mega Chapel 1:45pm

Sports Results and Calendar

Mueller Community Church

Emerging Differences

Any married couple can attest that eventually differences erupt.  Things that might have been ignored or glossed over during the honeymoon stage can become very annoying.


All relationships go through a “honeymoon” stage. If they didn’t, the human race in western society would probably have died out by now. Falling in love doesn’t require a lot of effort and we see it as a good thing (if we’re single and hoping to meet the right person with whom to spend our lives.)

Stages of Relationship Development

When a couple marry, expectations are high - their marriage is going to be different! “We aren’t going to fight or disagree… Our love is going to last forever and forever and we’re going to live happily ever after… My partner may have a couple of teeny weeny flaws, but that’ll change soon after we marry… I’m never going to feel sad or lonely again…Marriage is 50/50…”