We celebrate the Class of 2020!
Class of 2020, we take this opportunity to congratulate you as MCC's 56th graduating class. Given the pandemic of COVID-19, you will forever be in a "class" by yourselves. Your hard work, dedication, and perseverance will serve you well as you begin the next journey in your lives. Together you have prayed, learned, and played together over these past four years. Like St. Francis, remember to take time every day to enjoy life, pray, love, work, create, walk, and sing. We the faculty and staff will be praying that you experience many successes and blessings. It has truly been a privilege to have been your Principal for these four years. God Bless you all as you continue to grow into adulthood!
-Mr. Ernest Herrington, MCC Principal
Fox 35 News Spotlight
On May 21st, junior Maddie Henry was interviewed by Fox 35 News for winning the National Scholastic PSA contest for seat belt safety. Outstanding job, Maddie!

Hustlers earn FACA honors
We celebrate Cam Maruzzella '20 for being selected as the 3A Florida Athletic Coaches Association (FACA) Player of the Year for our area. We are also proud to announce Coach Dooley was named as the 3A FACA Coach of the Year. Way to go, Hustlers!
Letters bring comfort to those feeling lonely
The last several weeks have been difficult for so many people. The Coronavirus has caused thousands of deaths, hundreds of thousands have become ill and tens of thousands have lost their jobs. People's lives have changed forever. We have always been a community that reaches out to help people in need and now, more than ever this needs to continue. When the ‘stay at home’ order was announced, we knew we could not forget people still needed our help. Residents at nursing homes have been some of the silent victims of this pandemic…they are confined to their nursing homes, unable to have visitors from the outside, feeling lonely and isolated from not seeing their loved ones. The International Student Program here at MCC along with all other students and faculty were given the opportunity to ‘bee the difference’ behind the scenes. Read more
We care for God's creation
The last Citizen Science project for MCC Foundations of Science classes focused on science and social justice. This video journal project required students to get involved from home in a social justice issue that involved science, engineering, creativity, or other problem-solving skills they worked on throughout this year. Sophomore Sarah focused on caring for God's creation by keeping our environment clean and our animals safe.
Creative fun with coding
During E-Learning, Mrs. Tupper's Coding students were challenged with two different projects. The first task was to create a mini-golf game with obstacles, sound effects, and music with their own Javascript code. The second required them to create a final masterpiece with a theme, sounds, scenes, and graphics with their own code. Here we proudly share two excellent projects!
E-Learning and me
Here we share two projects from Mrs. Herschbach's English III class. Her students were tasked with creating posters focusing on their experience during quarantine and E-Learning.
Transportation News
MCC is pleased to offer daily transportation service to our students. If you are interested, click here to complete this form by June 19th to allow for the planning of the bus routes for the coming year. This is an informational form only. Registration will take place at a later date at which time payment will be due. Cost is $300 per semester or $600 for the year. If you have any questions, please contact Lorraine Scotland, MCC Transportation Manager, at transportation@melbournecc.org.
Explore Step Up for Students Scholarships
Are you aware that there are scholarships available to assist families with K-12 Catholic school tuition? Check out this informational message from Bishop Gerald Barbarito of the Diocese of Palm Beach, then visit here to learn more.
Athletics end of year reminders
If you plan on participating in any MCC athletic sport during the upcoming school year, the following general eligibility forms are required to be kept on file with the MCC Athletic office. These forms are valid for 365 calendar days. Click here for all required forms. This includes:

  • Preparticipation Physical (EL2)
  • Consent and Release from Liability (EL3)
  • Student-Athlete Contract

An additional annual requirement is the completion of three FHSAA online courses. Students must print certificates once they have watched these videos. Click here for more details

Please bring all forms to the Donovan Commons prior to your first practice.
If you have any questions contact Ed Henry at henrye@melbournecc.org.
Summer workouts and conditioning
Mr. Henry, MCC Athletic Director, wanted to pass on some information from the National Federation of High Schools (NFHS) and a news article as high school athletics are getting ready to resume summer workouts. Click here to read the article. We do not have a timeline as of yet, however, we are looking to get our athletes back on our campus this summer to prepare them for the upcoming seasons. We will be in touch shortly to communicate our plan to return our student-athletes to our campus in a safe and responsible manner.
Underclassmen
Chromebooks
Those students who have re-enrolled at MCC for the 2020-2021 school year will be allowed to keep their Chromebook and charger over the summer. If your student has not re-enrolled, has withdrawn, or plans to withdraw for the 2020-2021 school year, you must turn in your Chromebook and charger in the Dream Lab by June 2. If you withdraw during the summer, these same policies apply. Transcripts will NOT be released until the Chromebook and charger are returned. Questions please email Ms. Keany, keanyj@melbournecc.org.
Medication Pick Up
If your student has medicine that has been stored at school, please stop by to see Mrs. Fuller to pick it up in the Donovan Commons.

Lost & Found
If you are missing something from this school year, please stop by the Donovan Commons to see if your item was turned in.

Used Uniform Donations
Please consider donating any used uniforms you have outgrown or no longer need. We would appreciate you bringing them to the Donovan Commons for our future used uniform sale.
Summer 2020
Effective Monday, June 1
Monday - Thursday
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Closed Friday