Associate Professor Mark Tannock
BA (Hons), MAT, MEd, MRE
Adjunct Associate Professor
Mark Tannock was appointed as the first lay Principal of St Aloysius' College in 2014. Mark was educated at John XXIII College in Western Australia. After completing his undergraduate study in Western Australia, Mark was accepted into the Alliance of Catholic Education, a teacher service program offered by the University of Notre Dame, Indiana.
He spent two years teaching at St Joseph Catholic School in Jackson, Mississippi. Returning to Western Australia, Mark taught at Christian Brothers schools including CBC, Fremantle where he served as Head of Department, Director of Staff and Deputy-Headmaster during five years at the College.
In 2008, Mark was appointed Executive Director of the Sydney Campus of the University of Notre Dame Australia and, later that year, Dean of Education. He was an Associate Professor of Education. He returned to Perth in 2011 and was appointed Pro Vice Chancellor of the Fremantle Campus of the University, a position he held until his appointment to St Aloysius’ College.
Mark holds an Honours degree in History from the University of Western Australia, a Master of Arts in Teaching from the University of Portland, a Masters in Educational Leadership from Boston College and a Masters in Religious Education from the University of Notre Dame Australia.