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Pathways for all at St Joseph’s College

St Joseph’s College, Ferntree Gully, has been selected as a finalist for the Small Training Provider category in the 2024 Victorian Training Awards.


Meet the teacher: surrounded by a positive culture

Jamie Bartolome began studies to become a nurse before she discovered her love of teaching.


Meet the teacher: everyone is always learning

Shannon Payne has taught in a number of schools, but St Francis of Assisi Catholic Primary School, Tarneit, is her first Catholic school. 


Young minds can flourish and grow

The new era of learning has begun at Sacred Heart Girls’ College, Hughesdale, with the opening of the school’s Wominjeka Centre.


New learning centre inspires courage and determination

A new learning centre at Penola Catholic College, Broadmeadows, draws on a powerful story of determination and courage to inspire current and future students.


World Refugee Day

Sacred Heart School, Kew, student Liza fled war in Ukraine. She and her family found safety and a home in Melbourne.


Rerum Novarum Awards presentation

Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools (MACS) and the Rerum Novarum Foundation have celebrated the winners of last year’s Rerum Novarum Awards.


Grow, lead and serve

A new Catholic secondary campus has opened in Melbourne’s rapidly growing outer northern suburbs.


Australia’s Best Teachers: Sacred Heart teachers and principal help students

Sacred Heart School, Fitzroy, principal Matthew Shawcross has moved heaven and earth with his teachers to give kids a second chance at school.


Love Letters to the Land

Australia’s beloved gardener and Junior Landcare ambassador, Costa Georgiadis, paid a special visit to St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, Werribee, earlier this year.


Futures will be forged

The newly opened learning centre at Holy Eucharist School, St Albans, has been named to honour the Sisters who originally opened the school almost 50 years ago.


Everyone is welcome

Aquinas College, Ringwood, hosted its annual Long Walk: a special event for schools as part of National Reconciliation Week.


A living classroom nods to a rich past

Stella Maris School, Beaumaris, has created a new garden and outdoor learning space which pay tribute to the first people of the area.


Performing at the top of their class

The outstanding talents of three former MACS students have been showcased in this year’s VCE Season of Excellence Top Class performances.


A sports uniform thousands of years in the making

The community at St Mary’s School, Williamstown, has launched a sports uniform which weaves together the story of the school and the local area.


Rich in faith and knowledge

Melbourne’s newest Catholic school, St Teresa of Kolkata Catholic Primary School, Tarneit North, has been officially opened and blessed.


The Catholic Imagination – faith formation

MACS has launched a series of formation sessions called ‘The Catholic Imagination’ which provide an opportunity for principals and leaders to engage in programmatic professional formation.


Seeds of hope

As part of the Circular Economy Program at St Monica’s College, Epping, students collect food scraps and freshly picked weeds to feed the school chickens, and sell eggs to staff.


Australia’s Best Teachers

Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools is once again a major supporter of the Australia’s Best Teachers campaign.


Opportunity for community and connection

Each Tuesday morning during the school term, the Friar’s Room of St Francis Xavier parish is the location for a playgroup run in partnership with St Francis Xavier’s School, Box Hill.


Families share in learning and play

International Maths Day was a spectacular celebration at St Charles Borromeo School, Templestowe.