Principal's Memo

My all-time favorite coach is John Wooden. He was an iconic basketball coach, renowned for UCLA's unprecedented 10 NCAA championships in 12 years. His philosophy emphasized character, teamwork, and relentless pursuit of personal growth. As a teacher, coach, and administrator I found myself turning back to him for inspiration. He was famous for his simple and profound quotes, deemed Woodenisms. Two of my favorites are, "Be quick, but don't hurry” and “If you don’t have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?” These stood out to me because they remind me that time is a scarce resource to be invested carefully. They also remind me that sometimes working more patiently and deliberately saves time in the long run.

Kyle Schmitt


Gratitude Blooms at the Green & Gold Gala

Thanks to our incredible sponsors, donors, and guests for making this evening magical. Your support means the world to us!

Remember to Contribute Your Thoughts

Participate in our Continuous Improvement Survey, a crucial part of our upcoming Strategic Planning with the Excellence with Integrity Institute. Help us understand our school's strengths and areas to enhance. Your feedback, combined with that of our staff and students, is crucial and will only require 15-20 minutes. The survey is open until April 21, 2024, and all submissions are kept secure and confidential.

Survey ID: S#716

Take Survey Now

Don't Forget to Check Grades

The school year's end is near; now's a good time to review your grades.

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

Meeting Notes

If you missed the recent parent meetings, we've included the PowerPoint presentations below for you to review.

Rising Senior Parent Presentation
Rising Junior Parent Presentation
Rising Sophomore Parent Presentation

Time to Apply

Step Up for Students Scholarship applications are now open for the 2024-25 school year. Don't miss out - apply today!

Apply Here

Prom 2024

Don't miss out on the magic of Prom night!

Date: Thursday, April 25

Time: 7:30 - 11 PM

Location: Grand Manor, 1450 Sarno Road

Tickets: Now available for purchase during all lunches for $40/person

Guest Forms: See Mr. Armstrong

Fine Arts Extravaganza 2024

A showcase of brilliance at the Brevard County Catholic Schools Fine Arts Extravaganza! Our K-12 student artists and musicians impressed us all.

Congratulations to our MCC award winners!

Best of Show

Grades 9-10: Paisley Lasala  

Grades 11-12: Karisma Barnes  

2D Artwork

1st Place

Grades 9-10: Esther Steed 

Grades 11-12: Megan Griffith 

2nd Place

Grades 9-10: Jazmyn Chase  

Grades 11-12: Conrad Kempf  

3rd Place

Grades 9-10: Mady Prieto

Grades 11-12: Kyrah Yackel 

3D Artwork

1st Place: Sebastian Cordova

2nd Place: Grace Griffith 

3rd Place: Lucas Carney  

Honorable Mention: Anderson Aiman, Morgan Cowden, Ahjanae Momperousse, Camila Montoya, Jacqueline Ramos


1st Place: Eric Cabrera 

2nd Place: Hunter Hansen

3rd Place: Joshua Lazan 

Eagle Scout Project Achievement

The Ascension Catholic School graduate and current MCC junior, John Tomerlin, recently completed his Eagle Scout project which involved leading his troop to fundraise and build five rosary prayer boxes. These are now located throughout the Ascension campus, including the school office. The boxes were constructed from the generous donations of Ascension Church parishioners. They will be a great tribute for years to come for parishioners and school families to have access to rosary beads.

Diving Into Entrepreneurship

Seniors in Honors Economics are hard at work on their Shark Tank projects. From crafting business plans to shooting commercials, they're gearing up to present their financial requests to the Sharks.

Let's Talk Science

Project By: Juan Arreola Tolley

A bioblitz is a combined social event, celebration and search for every kind of species within a certain radius. So Ms. Reese's students conducted their very own bioblitz to celebrate biodiversity here on campus.  

From Page to Play

English 1 conquered The Odyssey and transformed its tales into epic board games. 

History Bracket Challenge

Mr. Slentz's classes debated the importance of various historical figures to determine who was the most significant figure in their respective classes.

Sparking S'more Love for Chemistry

Dr. Murmer's students learn about stoichiometry, understanding the consumption of both limiting and excess reactants.

Exploring the Industrial Revolution

Mr. Robinson's World History classes dove into the era with a candy bag packing challenge. Assembly line teams faced off against individual workers. The assembly line triumphed with a 3:1 production margin! This fun exercise highlighted how the assembly line transformed mass production and consumerism, reshaping our world.

Top Honors in Girls Soccer

Big cheers for freshman Rory Conlon, a standout in Girls Soccer! She's earned All-State honors and is nominated for All-Region — a distinction achieved by only seven girls soccer players in Florida.

Gridiron Giving

Last Saturday, our football team and coaches teamed up for a great cause, volunteering with Habitat for Humanity! Making plays on the field and making a difference off it.

JV Tennis

MCC JV Tennis competed all season on Saturdays at DeSoto Park against other Brevard County schools. They improved every week and displayed sportsmanship that made us proud. Congrats on a great JV season!

What a Smashing Season!

MCC Tennis gathered for a memorable banquet at the Kiwi Tennis Club to celebrate victories, friendships, and unforgettable moments on the court.

Cheer Tryouts Next Week

April 22, 23 & 24

Questions? Contact Coach Karin Harnden at

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Volunteer Opportunity

Ascension Catholic School is hosting the 3rd annual Tobin Open at Indian River Colony Club in Viera on Saturday, April 27th.

They seek student volunteers to assist with event day starting at 7:30 AM. A few of the tasks may include: helping as greeters, assisting golfers loading their golf carts, tending to the putting contest and setting out goodie bags.

Students are asked to wear their MCC uniforms.

If interested, sign up below or contact Ron Sturm at or 254-1595 x3003.

Volunteer Sign Up

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