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Public speaking champs return

Past Plain English Speaking Award (PESA) champions, Luke Macaronas and Ellie Jamonts, are returning to help adjudicate this year’s competition.


Refugee Week at Thomas Carr College

Members of the community at Thomas Carr College, Tarneit, gathered together to celebrate Refugee Week with a Symposium and Art Engagement Project Launch.


Marcellin student to represent Australia in Science

Marcellin College, Bulleen, Year 11 VCE student Stephen Catsamas has been selected to represent Australia at the UNESCO-sanctioned International Science Olympiads in July.


Mercy in our Community

Mercy College students have come to the aid of a seriously injured student of a neighbouring school who had suffered a significant fall from her bike.


Partnership with Passion

As a Catholic primary school in its first year of operation in 2018, Lisieux Catholic Primary School in Torquay was honoured to be approached by the VCAL team at Clonard College, Geelong, to participate in a partnership to enhance its outdoor spaces.


MLMC wins the netball cup at the Worowa Aboriginal College Sports Carnival

On Tuesday 22 May, Mount Lilydale Mercy College was invited by Worowa Aboriginal College to take part in their Sports Carnival.


Graduate teachers celebration

Yesterday’s celebration at the Catholic Leadership Centre officially welcomed 160 graduate teachers to Catholic education.


Joel's determination pays off

An enterprising young greenie is using the power of the pen to help support his school’s environmental programs.


Gold medallist returns to Mazenod

Put everything into whatever it is you love, was the message from a Commonwealth Games gold medallist to the students of his former Catholic college.


Junior Chefs cook-off

Last month Sacred Heart College, Kyneton, hosted its Junior Chef Competition at the College’s hospitality centre.


The Long Walk

Last week, Aquinas College, Ringwood, hosted its annual Long Walk.


Road to Reconciliation

Parade College, Bundoora, hosted their second Road to Reconciliation as part of National Reconciliation Week.


First Lego League

The dedication to STEM education at Christ the King School, Newcomb, has paid off at the First Lego League European Open Invitational in Hungary. 


Biggest Morning Tea

It was a sea of yellow flowers and delicious treats as Holy Eucharist School, St Albans South, celebrated the Biggest Morning Tea.


New secondary school named

On a chilly Wednesday morning when Archbishop Hart, joined by students and principals from the Geelong region, named of Catholic education’s newest secondary school, Iona College Geelong.


Going Up

‘It’s the first time I’ve ever blessed an elevator,’ said Archbishop Hart at St Patrick’s School, Mentone, this week at the official opening and blessing of the school’s latest addition. 


Year of Youth Forums

Hundreds of secondary students from Melbourne Catholic schools took part in the Year of Youth forums last week.


Be well

The students at St Aloysius College, North Melbourne, are keeping themselves fit and healthy with the College’s second Wellbeing Week this week.


Help where it's needed

Sapphire took a classroom conversation about social justice as her call to make a difference for homeless and vulnerable children.


… and all that jazz

The students from Aquinas College, Ringwood, travelled to Mount Gambier to represent the College in the annual Generations in Jazz festival.


Take the risk of faith

Melbourne’s Archbishop Denis Hart has released his yearly Pentecost message.