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High School Campus
Conley Drive,
Melba ACT 2615
(+61)(2) 02 6205 6711
College Campus
Copland Drive
Phone : (+61)(2) 02 6205 7622
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Please contact the school on 6205 6711

About MCSS

Melba Copland Secondary School (MCSS) is a vibrant, exciting co-educational school that is committed to helping students achieve their potential in academic, artistic, vocational and sporting endeavours. MCSS is a twin campus school that consists of a high school campus (7-10) and a college campus(11-12) with a combined population of approximately 600 students. Melba Copland provides a rich and balanced learning program that allows students to achieve and build upon their unique talents, skills and interests.

The school consists of two campuses: 

Latest Happenings

    Seussical the Musical

    "Seussical the Musical'

    Showing 27 - 29th August 2014 7pm Start

    $10.00 Adult  $7.00 Consession  and $25.00 Family 

    Tickets can be brought form the High School Front Office.

    20 Aug 2014

    Pierre De Coubertin Olympic Award

    The Pierre De Coubertin Olympic Award is an accolade that is given to nominated High School and College students each year. Students are nominated by their respective schools based on their outstanding contributions to school sport and active participation and involvement in a current Olympic sport.

    The proud winner and recipient of the Pierre de Coubertin Award for 2014 was college student Cody Smith. Cody’s attitude, commitment and dedication towards Physical Education and college sporting events is reflected in the diverse range of sports that he willingly and enthusiastically participates in.  These attributes are a snapshot of why Cody deserved to receive the PCD award and everyone at MCSS is very proud of his achievements. Well done Cody!

    06 Aug 2014

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