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Ride of your life

It was all fun and games for the student and parent community at St Patrick’s School, Mentone, for their 2019 fete.


Father James Wall Bursary

Five students from secondary schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne have become the latest recipients of the prestigious Fr James Wall Bursary.


Make a stand

Year 12 students Natalie, Hannah and Hannah hadtheir hair cut and donated to Sustainable Salons, an organisation that makes wigs for people suffering from alopecia or medically induced hair loss.


Galloper’s visit a school delight

Emmaus Catholic Primary School students received a visit from retired thoroughbred racehorse Archie, as part of a program aimed at giving city children a taste of the equine world.


A special blessing

Holy Trinity School, Sunbury, has been officially opened and blessed by Archbishop Peter A Comensoli at a ceremony yesterday afternoon.


Advocate for the environment

Vice-captain of the Academy of Mary Immaculate, Christa Hubik is using her leadership and passion for the environment to encourage fellow students to care for our planet’s future.


This Girl Can

Genazzano FCJ College’s Year 10 Health and PE class started off #ThisGirlCanVIC week by playing Gaelic football and dedicating their time to studying and learning about international sports.


A day for grandparents

The new Year 7 students at St Monica’s College, Epping, hosted their proud grandparents earlier this month.


Having a grape time

Mount Lilydale Mercy College is one of the few schools in Victoria that teach winemaking. Students tend vines, crush grapes and monitor the fermenting process to make their own wine.


Road to Zero

Two Melbourne Catholic secondary school teachers are helping to create safer roads for all Victorians.


For art’s sake

Catholic Education Week’s Visual Arts Exhibition was once again an outstanding display of the creativity and talent of the students in our schools.


A touch of Italy

Holy Name School, Reservoir, celebrated their love of Italy at their annual Carnevale Day.


OK to be different

Layla West from Mount St Joseph Girls’ College, Altona, is a Year 12 student on a mission to change the way people think about disability.


Live on air

Catholic Education Week went live on the airwaves last week with the first Catholic Education Week Live FM.


Celebrating Catholic schools’ service to the community

Three thousand students from over 300 Catholic schools across Greater Melbourne led by Celtic pipers and bearing their school banners have marched at St Patrick’s Cathedral to mark the feast of St Patrick.


A voyage towards ocean literacy

Students from St Joseph’s School, Springvale, recently participated in marine science program ‘Six Schools and a Pelican’.


Curating leadership and talent

St John’s Regional College’s, Dandenong, Lara Vulic, was one of three students to have been selected as co-curators for Emergent 2018.


A day for farmers

The community at St Margaret Mary’s School, Brunswick North, brought a little bit of the country to the city for their first Farmers’ Day.


Give Lent 100%

Archbishop Comensoli attended the 2019 Project Compassion launch at St Monica’s College, Epping, with representatives from Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne.


History on the menu at Aquinas

An important piece of French culinary history has been presented to Aquinas College, Ringwood.


CLC’s Deputy Principal awarded prestigious fellowship

Catholic Ladies’ College, Eltham, Deputy Principal Georgia Heffernan has been awarded the Menzies School Leader Fellowship.