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Ainger Peck Public Speaking Award 2021

Star of the Sea College, Brighton, Year 11 student Genevie won the Ainger Peck Public Speaking Award for 2021.


Employer of choice

Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, Braybrook, has been selected as a winner in The Educator’s Employer of Choice 2021.


Welcoming new families in 2022

Work on Melbourne’s newest Catholic schools continues in the growth areas of Mickleham and Weir Views.


Queen’s Birthday honour for principal

Brian Hanley, principal of St Monica’s College, Epping, has been recognised for his service to Catholic secondary education in this year’s Queen’s Birthday honours.


Say yes to respect (updated)

Three students from the same school are finalists in a national poster competition.


60 years of St Luke’s School

St Luke’s School, Lalor, is celebrating its own important milestone in the bicentenary year of Catholic education in Australia.


MACS executives join Vinnies Sleepout

Thirteen members of the MACS southern region school support team, and one member of the MACS Board of Directors, will sleep without shelter as part of the Vinnies Sleepout on 17 June.


Concert in the Park: primary winners

The reimagined Concert in the Park has provided opportunities for young musicians to share their talent, and the primary school winners have now been announced.


More than a word

Schools recognised the significance of taking action towards reconciliation as part of National Reconciliation Week 2021.


Artwork for Tokyo

Students at St Macartan’s School, Mornington, have used the recent period of remote learning to create artwork for some very special athletes.


Learning and wellbeing HUB reaps benefits for St Jude’s, Langwarrin

A vibrant learning and wellbeing space with seven different zones known as the ‘HUB’ was established at St Jude’s School, Langwarrin, 18 months ago and has reaped benefits for students.


Students raise their voices to celebrate the bicentenary of Catholic education in Australia

Catholic school students from across the country have joined together in a video performance of the national song ‘Faith in the future’ to celebrate 200 years of Catholic education in Australia.


Marymede news channel

The students at Marymede Catholic College, South Morang, are producing news broadcasts for their peers.


Faith in the future

Catholic education celebrated 200 years in Australia with a Mass on the Feast of Our Lady Help of Christians on Monday 24 May 2021.


Family Week at St Brigid's

St Brigid’s School, Gisborne, celebrated Family Week in style. The school’s Mini Vinnies organised a week filled with fun events and fundraising initiatives.


Bunurong stories shared in book by St Augustine’s students

Students at St Augustine’s have worked with the Bunurong people of the Mornington Peninsula to help preserve some of their oral language stories in the form of a children’s book called Kurboroo.


Australian Education Awards 2021

Catherine Spurritt, Director of Improvement at Avila College, Mount Waverley, is an excellence awardee in The Educator’s Australian Education Awards 2021.


Melton South’s newest school

Work has officially commenced on St Lawrence of Brindisi Catholic Primary School, Weir Views, in Melbourne’s outer west.


National honour for teacher librarian

Anne Girolami, Learning Leader – Information Services at Mercy College, Coburg, has been announced as ASLA Australian Teacher Librarian of the Year 2021.


College’s performing arts education ramping up in 2021

Students at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College will showcase their performances after the school secured VET Live Production Services as a subject in collaboration with the Victorian Arts Centre.


Illuminare et Ardere

Year 12 students at Aquinas College, Ringwood, have contributed to an impressive art installation as a vehicle for their intentions during their final year of secondary school.