Principal's Memo

When was the last time you took a moment to read our MCC mission statement?

Rooted in the tradition of St. Francis of Assisi, Melbourne Central Catholic High School is a transformative, college preparatory high school that develops young men and women in an inclusive community to become servant leaders of our global society.

Did you know that our mission statement is posted in every classroom and meeting room? Did you know that our mission statement appears on the agendas and minutes of all our administrative meetings? Did you know this mission statement guides the conversations and decisions at the school?

For us, the mission statement is THE statement of who we are and why we are here. We hope you take the opportunity to read and reflect on how we live it out each day.

Kyle Schmitt


Ash Wednesday Mass

February 14 at 9:35 AM

Hurley Hall

All are welcome! Arrive early to park and check in at the Donovan Commons. Our Green & Gold Ambassadors will guide guests to the gym.

Attn. Senior Families

MCC is conducting a survey on estimated family/guest attendance for the Baccalaureate Mass and Graduation Ceremony on May 21st, 2024, at St. John the Evangelist Church.

The survey, open from 2/6-2/16, is available on Mr. J. Kelly's Google Classroom. Results will play a crucial role in determining the seating policy for the event.

Hustler Helping Hustlers

Join us in celebrating 63 years of Hustler pride!

Whether you're an alumnus, parent, staff member, student, or friend of MCC, this community is yours. Join us on our Day of Giving to support The MCC Fund, impacting financial aid, scholarships, faith formation, academics, arts, and athletics.

Together, let's shape the future and preserve our traditions!

Invest Now

Gala Tickets & Sponsorships Now Available

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3rd Quarter in Full Swing

It's a good time to check grades and review goals.

Steps to access FACTS Family Portal

1) Click here for Facts Family Portal Login

2) Enter the district code MC-FL

3) Enter your Username and Password or click FORGOT USERNAME/PASSWORD

Navigating Academic Futures

MCC school counselors assisted our sophomores and juniors this week, guiding them through the online course selection process during their English classes.

The course catalog for the next academic year is accessible below (also available in the Resource Documents section of the FACTS Family Portal).

Course selection requests should be completed by March 15.

Printed copies of all course selections will be sent home for parents to review after spring break. Changes may still be made at that time. 

2024-25 Course Catalog

Support for Seniors

We appreciate the Eastern Florida State College team for their visit to our campus today, offering invaluable assistance to our seniors as they prepare for the next phase of their academic journey

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FAFSA Helpful Tools & Updates

Alumni Spotlight-Tiki Fiol '94

We wrapped up Catholic Schools Week by welcoming our distinguished alum, Tiki Fiol '94, on Friday! She spoke to students, sharing invaluable insights into her inspiring career journey and her impactful work with Teaching Interventions Keeping Individuality, Inc. (T.I.K.I. Inc.).

Learn More About Her Mission

LifeTeen Retreats

📷 Antonio Garcia Martinez '25

MCC juniors and sophomores participated in days of reflection at St. John the Evangelist in Viera. LifeTeen missionaries gave talks, played games, and enjoyed conversation and lunch with our students. The retreats focused on the freedom our students may experience when they commune with God. Humility leads to a healthy relationship with God and others through authentic inclusivity and generosity. 

Ignited by Curiosity

In Dr. Murmer's Honors Chemistry class, students burn magnesium to explore the empirical formula of magnesium oxide. 

Hooked on Success

Thrilled to announce the MCC Anglers Club is back in action! Here's a glimpse from yesterday's meeting, where members tackled knot-tying and honed their casting techniques.

In the Science Lab

Students whip up some kitchen chemistry fun with s'more stoichiometry!

Boys Basketball

Hustlers secured a nail-biting win over Edgewood! Hayden D. led with 17 points, while Tristan H. added 14. With seconds left, Tristan's free throw secured the victory! Next up: District Semifinals at Holy Trinity tonight at 7:00 PM. Let's pack the stands and support our team!

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