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Year 12 You’ve Got This

The Year 12s of 2020 have overcome extraordinary disruptions to their final year of school.



For students and staff at Our Lady of Sion College, Box Hill, there has never been a more important time to shine a light on mental health and wellbeing than on R U OK?Day 2020.


Emmaus Day success

Emmaus College, Vermont South, held a very successful 2020 Emmaus Day celebration last Friday through the school’s Facebook page.


CRC Melton – 40 years in the making

The welcoming and thriving community of Catholic Regional College, Melton, celebrated their milestone 40th anniversary.


Screen time for green time

Students at Our Lady of the Nativity School, Aberfeldie, spent a day replacing their screen time with ‘green time’.


Father’s Day

Students have been celebrating the fathers and special people in their lives for Father’s Day.


LEGO Masters bring books to life

The LEGO Masters at Emmanuel College, Altona North, have been working on weekly challenges to test their creativity, imagination and LEGO skills.


Bug hotels, possum boxes and honey bees

Learning about the care of creation is hands-on at St John the Baptist School, Ferntree Gully.


Brigidine Celebration Day

Marian College, Sunshine West, celebrated its vibrant past and future as part of the school’s Brigidine Celebration Day.


Presenting the Junior Mayor of Greater Dandenong

St Anthony’s School, Noble Park, is celebrating one of its school captains as the new Junior Mayor of the City of Greater Dandenong for 2020.


Dressed for success

Congratulations to students Vivian Ly and Miriam Trezise from St Monica’s College, Epping, and Bridgette Veneris from Kilbreda College, Mentone, for being recognised in the national Wool4School competition for 2020.


Hidden blessings at Mount St Joseph Girls’ College

The student leaders and staff at Mount St Joseph Girls’ College, Altona, are embodying the vital spirit of Mary MacKillop and finding new ways to celebrate their charism and story.


Celebrating National Skills Week

At Aquinas College, Ringwood, the VET program is strong, supporting a series of certificate programs for Aquinas students as well as many students from schools in surrounding suburbs.


A secret mission marks 100 days

There’s a mystery to solve at St Anne’s School, Sunbury, and the school’s Prep students have all the clues.


St Brendan’s faith in action

The Catholic community continues to rally around St Brendan’s School, Flemington, to support the families of its students in the Flemington housing towers.


Kolbe Catholic College leads community mask-making effort

Kolbe Catholic College, Greenvale Lakes, has taken the initiative to coordinate a project to produce and deliver masks to individuals and organisations in its local community.


Feast of the Assumption prayer video

The staff and students of St Bede’s College, Mentone, have put together a beautiful video prayer service for the Feast of the Assumption.


Weekly challenges at St Thomas More

Since the beginning of remote learning this term, the families at St Thomas More’s School, Hadfield, have been invited to participate in a variety of weekly challenges.


Science Week

The annual celebration is a way for schools and the community to recognise the impact of science on our lives and the way we learn. 


A special message from our Archbishop

Archbishop Peter A Comensoli has recorded a special message of encouragement and support for students and families in Catholic schools.


ACYF Reunion – Lockdown Special

Last night’s ACYF Reunion – Lockdown Special brought levity, humour and heart to Melbourne’s young pilgrims as they reminisced about last years Australian Catholic Youth Festival.