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16/09/2019

Living in the landscape

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

13/09/2019

Girl power recognition

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

12/09/2019

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.

11/09/2019

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.

10/09/2019

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. 

09/09/2019

Helene Province

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

06/09/2019

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.

05/09/2019

Spirit in action

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

04/09/2019

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.

04/09/2019

Dressed to See

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

03/09/2019

I have your back

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

02/09/2019

Stomp!

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.

30/08/2019

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.

29/08/2019

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.

28/08/2019

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.

28/08/2019

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.

26/08/2019

Authors at the double

Book Week was twice as good for St Paul’s School, Coburg, who had two authors visit the school to celebrate the week with them.

26/08/2019

Democracy in action

Student leaders from Catholic Regional College, St Albans, are taking their ideas straight to the government.

23/08/2019

Down Memory Lane

To celebrate its 40th anniversary, St Augustine’s Primary School, Keilor, presented an art show ‘Down Memory Lane’.

22/08/2019

Mixed netball finalists

The mixed netball team from St Thomas the Apostle School, Blackburn, has reached the state finals for the third year in a row.

21/08/2019

Feast of the Assumption

The community at Aquinas College, Ringwood, gathered last Thursday for the Feast of the Assumption.