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Students take stand on bullying

Students from St Paul’s School, Coburg, celebrate the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence.


Students lead the way in making a difference

Students at John Paul College, Frankston, have been helping wildlife through the Altitude program – a student-driven initiative using practical problem-solving skills in real-life situations.


40 years of Loyola College

Loyola College, Watsonia, celebrated its 40th Anniversary Opening Mass at St Patrick’s Cathedral by his Grace Archbishop Peter A Comensoli in February.


Tomorrow’s Leaders

A special feature in this week’s editions of the Leader has revealed the hopes and dreams of young people across Melbourne.


Life lessons

Students at Our Lady of Mercy College, Heidelberg, are ditching their textbooks and taking up ‘life lessons’ instead.


Creative Arts Exhibition

A highlight of Catholic Education Week, this year’s Creative Arts Exhibition has gone online.


Top Arts

The VCE Season of Excellence continued last week with the opening of Top Arts 2020


Top Screen

Hugo Di Mattina from Xavier College, Kew, has been named runner-up at the 2020 Top Screen presentations.


The spirit of wisdom

A refurbishment at St Mark’s School, Fawkner, has transformed the school’s junior learning area and staff facilities into a flexible and dynamic space to support the needs of 21st century learners.


Celestial wonders

Students from St Margaret Mary’s School, Spotswood, have been learning about space, filming TV commercials and meeting one of the world’s most famous astrophysicists all at the same time.


Father James Wall Bursary

Now in its 18th year, the Father James Wall Bursary recognises the achievements of Year 10 Catholic secondary school students.


The journey of reconciliation

Ash Wednesday marked an important point in the journey to reconciliation at St Ignatius College Geelong, Drysdale.


Project Compassion: Go Further Together

Tuesday 25 February marked this year’s launch of Caritas Australia’s Project Compassion at Catholic Regional College, Caroline Springs.


Ash Wednesday

Today is Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent for Catholics around the world.


Bushfire artwork

In the wake of the devastating bushfires that ravaged Australia, students have responded to the tragedy through art.


Volleyball comp to hit Melton

Catholic Regional College, Melton, will soon be home to a new volleyball competition, after deciding to open its doors to the sport.


Faith, hope and unity

A new statue of Mary has been installed on the grounds of Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School, Sunbury.


Safer internet day

At St Paul’s School, Coburg, Tuesday’s Safer Internet Day was the perfect opportunity to introduce internet safety to the school’s newest students.


Informed consumers can end slavery

The Make Your School Slavery-free resource kit has been officially launched by Archbishop Peter A Comensoli at Academy of Mary Immaculate, Fitzroy.


Walk to School winners

St Peter’s School, Bentleigh East, has been announced the winner of the Walk to School program for the south-eastern region.


The future is listening

The future is listening is the theme of this year’s Catholic Education Week, 15–22 March.