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Bishop visits Antonine College

Foundation to Year 6 students formed a guard of honour when His Excellency Bishop Antoine-Charbel Tarabay accompanied the relics of Saint Maroun on a visit to Antonine College last week.


St Monica’s student sets sights on W-League

Alana, a Year 10 student at St Monica’s College, Epping, is currently playing for Junior NTC in Victoria and has big goals to play for Australia and make the W-League.


Game changers and change makers

National Science Week 2018 has begun with the theme ‘Game changers and change makers’.


Music to smoothe transition

Music plays an active role in the lives of students at Our Lady of Sion College,  with some 400 students participating in lessons and ensembles on a weekly basis.


Apple Distinguished School

St Lawrence School has been recognised as an Apple Distinguished School for 2018–2020 for its use of Apple technology to enhance its learner-centred approach to pedagogy.


St Mary of the Cross Mackillop Feast Day

Today is the feast day of Australia’s first saint, St Mary of the Cross MacKillop, of which students explain why St Mary of the Cross MacKillop is such an important person in the life of all Australians.


Letter to the Editor of The Age, 7 August 2018

Much of the worth of the original Gonski Report was clouded by partisan myth-making. That same fate will befall Gonski 2.0 if we fail to get the facts straight


7th Transnational VCE Conference in China

For the seventh year running, Thomas Carr College, teamed up with three other Victorian schools to run the transnational VCE conference, this year in the historic city of Xi’an, China.


St Mary's Castlemaine Honoured for 5 Star Achievement

St Mary’s School, Castlemaine, held an assembly to congratulate its students community for achieving the highest rating of 5 Stars from the ResourceSmart Schools program at Sustainability Victoria.


Catholic education welcomes Christian schools’ support on funding

Catholic education welcomes the intervention of the Australian Association of Christian Schools in the school funding debate and fully supports their views


Catholic education: we’re for no special deals, too

The independent schools lobby has either forgotten its own rhetoric with talk of ‘special deals’ in school funding or is contradicting itself


PESA state winner heading to national finals

Samuel Roach of St Kevin's College, Toorak, has been chosen as the Victorian winner of the 2018 Plain English Speaking Award (PESA).


St John’s students ‘on track’

Over the school holidays, St John’s Regional College, Dandenong, hosted the Mushroom Group’s ‘On Track Music Program’.


It’s almost time…

After months of rehearsals, hundreds of singers, dancers and musicians from Catholic secondary schools across Melbourne, Time to Shine will dazzle audiences in shows at 2:00pm and 7:30pm.


Talent comes up Tops

The 2018 VCE Season of Excellence VCAA Board Appreciation Award winners were announced on Wednesday 27 June, with St Kevin's College graduate Thomas Emerson winning for his entry in Top Arts.


Refugee and EAL Parents in the School Community

Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Ringwood has over 70 refugee and EAL families. Our refugee families are mainly Chin from Burma/Myanmar, or transit countries of India or Malaysia. 


MacKillop’s primary school celebrates second year

MacKillop Family Services Primary School was opened in Gilda Street, Maidstone in 2017, in recognition of the importance of early intervention to enhance educational outcomes.


Funding ‘absolute certainty’ becomes absolute farce

Education Minister Simon Birmingham faces further embarrassment as non-government schools around the country prepare for Term 3 with no idea about how much funding they will receive from the Turnbull Government in 2019


CRC St Albans’ tree change

Year 9 students at Catholic Regional College (CRC) St Albans planted 1,000 native grasses, shrubs and trees into the bank along the creek, which has been officially adopted by the school.


Term 2 in Review

As students and teachers begin another term of learning following the mid-year break, let’s take a look at some of the highlights from term 2.


Welcome to Term 3, 2018

As we move into the second half of the year, here’s a few of the diverse events and activities that our schools are participating in for Term 3.