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Two schools gain grants

Two Geelong schools have received grants of $50,000 to further encourage students to engage with maths and science.


Top students design a way into exhibit

Three students from Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, Braybrook, have had their budding engineering projects accepted into the 2018 Top Designs exhibition.


A day in the life of an international student

Alice Mei, an international student at Aquinas College, Ringwood, was named a runner up in the Victorian Government’s ‘A Day in the Life of an International Student’ video competition.


Thousands celebrate St Patrick

Students from over 300 Catholic schools from across Melbourne gathered at St Patrick’s Cathedral in East Melbourne to mark the eve of St Patrick’s Day.


Four young Catholic students receive awards from Archbishop

Four outstanding young Victorian student leaders were presented with the Fr James Wall Bursary award.


Year of Youth

There were over 30 schools at this year’s 'conversation with youth' event. Year 12 student Alexandra Salvatore reported back on what the day meant to her.


The numbers add up at Catholic Primary

It's second time lucky for Christ the King Catholic Primary School, with its students recording impressive improvement two years running.


International Women’s Day

Today is International Women’s Day, a day to recognise the achievements of woman throughout the world.


Revitalised pool brings joy

Specialist school, St Paul’s College, Kew, has finished building their pool, giving hundreds of children and adults with disabilities a fantastic start to the new year


Sacred Heart student’s Spirit of Anzac

Sacred Heart College, Geelong, student, Larissa Zanardo, is one of 22 students who will head to Darwin and Singapore in April, for the Premier’s Spirit of Anzac Prize tour.


Learning options opening up

The children at St Anne’s School in Park Orchards are making the most of the STEM equipment bought this term – both in the class and at recess.


Setting sights on Hanoi

Marcellin College, Bulleen, Year 11 student Stephen Catsamas has been selected to represent Australia at the 2018 Asian Physics Olympiad.


A little boy with a big heart

After a few months of hard work, 10-year-old Luigi, has managed to raise hundreds for Foodbank Victoria.


School band hits right note

Caroline Chisholm college students performed for the Queens baton relay as part of the Commonwealth games.


Our Lady of Sion College celebrates 90 years

The College marked its 90th anniversary, with a service at St Patrick's Cathedral.


St Joseph’s hosts Queen’s Baton Relay

St Joseph’s School, Sorrento, was the host school for the Sorrento leg of the Queen’s Baton Relay (QBR) as travels to the Gold Coast for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.


For a Just Future

Project Compassion, Caritas Australia’s annual Lenten fundraising and awareness-raising appeal, was officially launched yesterday.


Sam’s grand week at Aus Open

10-year old Sam, was one of eight finalists in the ANZ Tennis Hot Shot competition. His prize was a VIP experience at the Australian Open.


One giant leap for womankind

Three students from St Aloysius’ College, North Melbourne, blasted off on a trip to the US to take their STEM learning to outer space.


Welcome to 2018

Welcome back to school to all our families. There are already many celebrations to look forward to, as well as new schools opening their doors.


Footsteps of Frederic

This month, Nilushi Siriwardhana, who just finished Year 12 at Mercy College, Coburg, participated in the inaugural Footsteps of Frederic Leadership Camp.

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