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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.



Catholic Education Melbourne, ACRATH and the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne have developed an online anti-slavery kit to help schools create a slavery-free staffroom.


New building at Antonine College

Some students at Antonine College, Pascoe Vale South, are starting the new school year in a new school building.


Shining a spotlight on art

Filling the school with art is all in a day’s work at Our Lady Help of Christians School, Brunswick East.


Australia Day honour for Catholic principal

Former Catholic school principal Julie Ryan has been appointed Member of the Order of Australia for service to secondary education in the 2020 Australia Day Honours.


Welcome to the new school year

The 2020 school year has begun with over 150,000 students returning to or beginning their education in Catholic schools across Melbourne this week.


Not merely a symbol of hope

Archbishop Peter A Comensoli has delivered his 2019 Christmas message for schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne.


Where is the Reservoir train?

Level crossing removals are a familiar part of the changing face of Melbourne, but for St Gabriel’s School, Reservoir, they also presented an opportunity to share student art and stories with the community.


You’ve got a friend in me

It’s not easy to design a mascot to promote inclusion, but it was a breeze for Evan from Annunciation School, Brooklyn.


Music and wellbeing go together

Students at St Matthew’s School are engaging in a range of musical activities, including a rock band, to enhance their wellbeing.


Year in Review

It’s been another wonderful year for Catholic schools across the Archdiocese of Melbourne.


Delivering Christmas cheer for kids in care

Santa ditched his reindeers in favour of completing a very special delivery in Victoria’s first locally built, fully electric bus with the Minister for Public Transport, Melissa Horne.


Premier announces capital funding investment in Catholic schools

Premier Daniel Andrews visited St Paul’s School, Coburg, to announce a $47 million capital investment in increasing school capacity and upgrading school facilities.


Shoot to win

The talented and dedicated sportspeople at St Thomas the Apostle School, Blackburn, have had two successes recently.


Year 6 IB PYP Exhibition at Aberfeldie

Our Lady of the Nativity School, Aberfeldie, is a Franciscan school offering the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme (PYP).