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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.


Interview on Sky News Australia

Executive Director Stephen Elder appeared on the Richo program on Sky News Australia on Tuesday to discuss school funding policies.


Culture comes from close to home

STUDENTS from all walks of life joined together in a variety of educational activities as part of St Thomas Aquinas’ NAIDOC Week celebrations.


Faces of the future for NAIDOC Week

Forty faces of the future will feature on buildings around Geelong as part of local NAIDOC Week celebrations.


CECV vindicated as truth on school funding ‘special deals’ is finally exposed

Today’s release of the National School Resourcing Board review of SES scores vindicates the Catholic Education Commission of Victoria’s opposition to the Turnbull Government’s school funding policies, and its defence of low fee schools.


Early learning at Marymede

A Marymede Early Learning Centre has been officially opened at Marymede College, South Morang.


Time to Shine… and pose

After months of rehearsals across Melbourne, the full cast of Time to Shine came together for the first time at Star of the Sea College, Brighton, for the photo shoot.


Bags of support for refugees

Students from Marian College, West Sunshine, came together during lunch times to design calico bags that will be sent to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre.


Care is in the bag

St Catherine’s School, Moorabbin, has brightened the day of some of Melbourne’s most vulnerable children.


A milestone in Altona

St Mary’s School, Altona, had a wonderful day celebrating Old Lady Help of Christians Feast Day as well as the school’s 90th Birthday.


Schools garden grants

The Victorian Schools Garden Awards (VSGA) Grants program recognises the importance and value of gardens and outdoor spaces in progressive modern education.


Mater Christi's Constitutional Convention

Students from Mater Christi College, Belgrave, hosted their annual Constitutional Convention last week with students attending from Kingswood College, St Francis Xavier College, Sacred Heart Girls' College and Leongatha Secondary College.


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.