Two Melbourne Central Catholic High School students interact with smartboard in the classroom.

In a supportive and encouraging environment, our curricular and co-curricular programs both prepare students for higher education and help them continue their intellectual, moral, and spiritual development. Our rigorous program includes honors and advanced-placement courses in each academic discipline.

MCC Admissions Director Krystle Sandy smiles while wearing a staff lanyard.

It is an honor and a privilege to introduce myself as the new principal of Melbourne Central Catholic
High School. Stepping into this role, I am inspired by the rich traditions and strong foundation that
MCC has established over the years. Being back with this wonderful community fills me with great
enthusiasm and humility, and I look forward to collaborating with each of you to continue the legacy of

For the past three years, I had the privilege of serving as the principal at Saint Joseph Catholic
School, just down the road. Previously, my time at MCC was spent as the athletic director, social
studies teacher, and coach. These experiences reinforced the belief in the importance of developing
the whole student—spiritually, academically, and athletically. At MCC, the goal is to foster an
environment where every student can thrive in all these areas, becoming well-rounded individuals
ready to make a positive impact in the world.

The key to our students' success lies in the strong partnership between the school and our families.
Parents are vital stakeholders in this journey, and your involvement and support are crucial in creating
the best possible experience for your children. Together, we can ensure that our students receive not
only an exceptional education, but also the guidance and encouragement they need to grow in faith,
knowledge, and character.

Ed Henry