Melba Copland Secondary School
Melba Copland Secondary School (MCSS) is a dual campus secondary school situated in the West Belconnen region of Canberra, the capital of Australia. It is the only government school in the Canberra region providing secondary education for all students from years 7 to 12, and offering both the International Baccalaureate Middle Years program (MYP) and Diploma Program (DP). MCSS provides a rich education for 21st century learners in a context of Excellence, Integrity and Harmony.
Latest Happenings at Melba Copland Secondary School
ACT College Badminton Winners
Posted on 31 Aug 2017
ACT College Badminton Winners!
On Tuesday the 29th August, MCSS took out the ACT College Girls Badminton competition for 2017. Will have to check the record books, but it could be the first MCSS girls Badminton title, certainly for some years at least.
Year 11/12 students Amy Jian, Tram Nguyen, Cindy Nguyen and Luca Wang were the 4 players that competed in the singles and doubles matches, playing a combined 36 matches across the day and only losing on 4 occasions. Pretty comprehensive.
They all played extremely well and MCSS congratulates them.
MCSS Annerly Poulos
Posted on 07 Aug 2017
Congratulations Annerly on your results in the Asian qualifying rounds and representing Australia in Europe. (Annerly is a year 9 student at MCSS)
"Canberra's tennis prodigy Annerly Poulos is only 14 but she knows what she wants - to become the next Serena Williams.
The teenager is in Europe for the first time and getting a taste of the professional circuit as she prepares to represent Australia at the world junior tennis titles in the Czech Republic on Monday.
Poulos blitzed the Asian qualifying rounds earlier this year with an unbeaten record as the Australian number one seed and now gets her chance against the world's best.
"This is my second time representing Australia and it's a great feeling. You're just really proud of yourself and what you've achieved and knowing that this is something to get you used to for what's ahead," Poulos said."