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Catholic School Expo in Noble Park

St Anthony’s School, Noble Park, has made choosing a secondary school a little easier by hosting its first Catholic Secondary School Expo.


Young scientists at Holy Rosary

The young scientists from Holy Rosary School, Kensington, have been working on ways of understanding our world at the school’s annual Science Fair.


Taking music to the world

Marianna El-Assaad from Antonine College, Pascoe Vale South, is taking her love of singing to the other side of the world.


Learning about Parliament

Year 6 students from Emmaus Catholic Primary School, Sydenham, had the opportunity to participate in a Parliament incursion at their school.


A boost for Catholic schools

The opening of the Helene Province at Ave Maria College, Aberfeldie, provided the setting for the launch of the Victorian Government’s Non-Government Schools Capital Fund.


Learning to change the world

When it opens next year, Iona College will become the Geelong region’s fifth and newest Catholic secondary school.


Savvy students share success

A selection of students from Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, Braybrook, took part in the ASX’s school sharemarket game, where students learn about investing in the sharemarket and the economy.


Premier’s VCE Awards

Deputy Premier and Education Minister James Merlino presented the Premier’s VCE Awards this morning at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.


Walking together

Melbourne’s Catholic schools have walked in solidarity with their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to support National Reconciliation Week.


Sustainable school of the year

St Columba’s School, Elwood, is in the running for one of Victoria’s most prestigious sustainability awards.


Full STEAM ahead

The STEAM room and garden at St Dominic’s School, Broadmeadows, will support teachers and students to be lifelong learners, and to embrace all learning opportunities available.


Read all about it

St Joseph’s School, Sorrento, has celebrated the opening and blessing of its new library.


Raise a cup for the Biggest Morning Tea

The community at Holy Eucharist School, St Albans South, united for a cuppa and a chat to make a difference in the fight against cancer.


Sacred Music Choral Festival

Earlier this month, schools from the western region came together to participate in the Sacred Music Choral Festival, held at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, Braybrook.


De La Salle College opens Year 9 campus

The new Holy Eucharist Campus of De La Salle College, Malvern, has been officially opened by His Worship the Mayor of the City of Stonnington.


Education in exchange

Marcellin College, Bulleen, has developed a partnership with the Sardinian Cultural Association (SCA) to enable an exchange of students between Melbourne and Sardegna, an Italian island in the Mediterranean Sea.


Robotics championship

Emmaus College, Vermont South, qualified for the VEX Robotics World Championship after an excellent result at the Australian Championship.


Save our species

Students from St Peter’s School, Sunshine South West, were selected by Zoos Victoria for a special event with legendary environmental advocate Dr Jane Goodall.


Glowrey Opening

Glowrey Catholic School, Wollert, was officially opened and blessed by Bishop Terence Curtin at a ceremony on Wednesday.


Stepping out for safety

Students at St Paul’s School, Coburg, are ready to walk to school for National Walk Safely to School Day this Friday.


Contributing to a better place

Melbourne’s Catholic schools are well-represented among the finalists of the 2019 ResourceSmart School Awards.