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St Joseph’s prepared Sam for AFL

Sam Walsh may just be the best player available in what is being touted as one of the strongest drafts in years.


St Philip’s students turn life stories into biographies

Grade 6 students from St Philip’s School in Blackburn North took a trip back in time to produce biographies of elderly volunteers.



Holy Name School, Reservoir, is one of eight schools who are participating in a colourful, imaginative and creative way to commemorate Remembrance Day.


Blake thrives at his autism-inclusive school

Schools, such as St Joachim’s School, Carrum Downs, are embracing inclusive education practices and supporting autistic students.


Year 12 student wins at Premier’s Design Awards

Year 12 Genazzano College student Megan Grimshaw has been awarded the inaugural VCE Product Design Student Award at the Victorian Premier's Design Awards for her garment Reinventing Plastic Waste.


Reading pays it forward

Holy Eucharist School, St Albans South, was swamped with books to support indigenous literacy.


MS Read-a-thon

Lumen Christi School, Point Cook, has been named Australia’s top fundraising school at this year’s MS Read-a-thon.


Liberal–National support shows significance of Catholic schools

The CECV has hailed the Liberal–National Party’s pledge to provide $400 million across the next four years for non-government schools if elected on 24 November as a win for parental choice.


An Artistic Presentation

The talented students from Presentation College Windsor celebrated all things creative at the College’s annual art show.


Term 3 in Review

As students and teachers begin another term of learning following the break, let’s take a look at some of the highlights from term 3.


Catholic education welcomes Andrews Government support

The Catholic Education Commission of Victoria Ltd (CECV) welcomes today’s announcement of $400 million across the next four years for non-government schools.


Welcome to Term 4

Welcome back to the final school term for 2018. Year 12 VCE, VET and VCAL students are preparing for their exams and final assessments in their last weeks at school.


Clearing up the facts on enrolments

Both Fairfax and the Australian Education Union need to check their facts when conflating and sensationalising enrolment projections against funding


New library for Clonard College

Clonard College’s new library was officially opened by Corangamite MP Sarah Henderson last week. The Federal Government provided $1.5 million in funding to the project.


Rob Stokes cries poor while keeping cash from students

The Claims by New South Wales Education Minister Rob Stokes that state schools are being short-changed by the Morrison Government are a smokescreen for his own government’s failure to properly fund its school system


Zoe’s future at St Paul’s College looks bright

Zoe is a vibrant, sociable and loving 17-year-old who makes her parents Edmond and Natasha extremely proud.


The usual suspects miss the point on school funding reform

The Morrison Government’s school funding changes have prompted a predictable chorus of complaints from opponents of support for non-government schools.


VCE Leadership Awards finalist

Joseph Yugumbari was appointed Co-Deputy College Captain in his final year at St Kevin's College, Toorak, in recognition of abilities to collaborate across the school community.


A welcome shift towards fair funding

The Catholic Education Commission of Victoria Ltd (CECV) welcomes the changes to school funding announced today by the Coalition Government.


Drama to the double

Students and teachers at St Patrick’s School, Mentone, managed two productions at the same time. In front of over 1000 people at Monash University’s Robert Blackwood Hall.


Indigenous Literacy Student Ambassador

Sapphire Kodhr student from St Catherine’s School, Moorabbin, has now been named an Indigenous Literacy Student Ambassador; one of only ten in Australia.