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Resilience is child’s PLAY

Year 4 and 5 students at St Paul’s School, Coburg, are leading the way in making young people more resilient.


Don’t be afraid to sing

Our Lady of Sion College, Box Hill, Year 12 students and ACYF 2017 participants Grace and Sally spoke with Year 10 students and ACYF 2019 participants Alessia and Jordin about the festival.


StellaCon showcases original graphic novels

Year 5 students from Stella Maris School, Beaumaris, held ‘StellaCon’ this week to celebrate their love of graphic novels and share their learning with the school community.


Footy Colours Day

St Michael’s School, North Melbourne, celebrated Footy Colours Day to fight cancer and support their neighbours at the Royal Children’s Hospital.


Mixed netball state champions

The mixed netball team from St Thomas The Apostle School, Blackburn, are Victoria’s school champions for the second year running.


Living in the landscape

St Patrick’s School, Mentone, has created an art show inspired by the diversity of the world’s landscapes.


Girl power recognition

Five female students from Salesian College, Sunbury, are eyeing off Silicon Valley after winning the Tech Girl Superhero challenge.


Olympic change-maker

Augustine Morris, a Year 10 student from Catholic Regional College, St Albans, has been nominated for the Australian Olympic Change-Maker program.


Tournament of Minds

After weeks of preparation, a team of students from Holy Saviour Parish School, Vermont South, arrived at Deakin University to showcase their talents at the Tournament of Minds competition.


Premier’s Sustainability Award finalist

St Aloysius’ School, Queenscliff, has been named as one of three finalists in the education category for the Premier’s Sustainability Awards 2019. 


Helene Province

Guests, students and staff gathered to christen Ave Maria College’s newest addition to its campus.


Growing a tidy town

A garden designed and created by students led to St Joseph’s School, Sorrento, being named one of the finalists in the 2019 Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities Awards.


Spirit in action

The students at St Mark’s School, Fawkner, have brought a solution-focus to some of our community’s biggest challenges.


Mercy Learning Centre

The Mercy Learning Centre has been opened by Deputy Premier and Minister for Education the Hon. James Merlino MP at Mount Lilydale Mercy College, Lilydale.


Dressed to See

Prue Spencer from Genazzano FCJ College, Kew, has won the Year 10 category of the national Wool4School design competition.


I have your back

Students from two of Melbourne’s Catholic schools have been named winners in the #ihaveyourback poster competition.



A group of boys at St Mary’s School, Mount Evelyn, have been stamping their feet for the last six months, and they couldn’t be happier.


Melbourne page by page

Year 5 and 6 students from Holy Family School, Mount Waverley, have created Melbourne 3000, a coffee-table book celebrating Melbourne.


Always extend the olive branch

Students at St Peter’s School, Clayton, have been working with their community to harvest a bumper crop of home-grown olives.


Australian Catholics Young Journalist Award 2019

Two students from Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne were crowned winner and runner-up in the Intermediate Section (Years 7 to 9) of the Young Journalist Award earlier this month.


Living our gospel values

The Mini Vinnies team at St Luke’s School, Wantirna, has received a Leader Local Grant to help them continue to support families.