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Celebrating our rich Catholic identity

Anne Severi, Director of Catholic Identity at Mount St Joseph Girls’ College, Altona, reflects on the activities at the college during Catholic Education Week.


More than breakfast

'Nourish and Flourish’, a series of programs to support health and wellbeing at St Anthony’s School, Melton South, has been officially launched.


The winner is creativity

Young artists from Melbourne’s Catholic schools were recognised during the presentation for the 2023 Creative Arts Exhibition.


Top Arts 2023

The 29th annual Top Arts exhibition has opened at the National Gallery of Victoria’s Ian Potter Centre and students from four Catholic schools have been invited to exhibit.


Mum’s mission to shine a light on diversity

The mother of a neurodiverse child has penned a funny and heartwarming book based on her son to help create awareness about diversity and inclusion.


Schools shine on St Patrick’s Day

Friday’s Catholic Education Week celebrations featured a series of special events to coincide with St Patrick’s Day.


Game, set, match for science

Tennis courts and a new science centre have been officially opened and blessed at Nazareth College, Noble Park North, following the ‘Opening of the School Year’ Mass.


Melbourne Catholic schools helping NASA discover new foods to grow in space

Catholic Regional College Caroline Springs, Caroline Springs, and Mount Lilydale Mercy College, Lilydale, will partner with Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria (RBGV) in the Australian pilot of the ‘Growing Beyond Earth’ (GBE) program.


More growth out west

Two new buildings were officially opened at St James the Apostle School, Hoppers Crossing North, as the school continues to cater for the learning needs of its community.


In the light of Christ

The theme of this year’s Catholic Education Week, ‘forming lives of faith, hope and love in the light of Christ’, is a focal point for celebrations throughout the week.


New school honours St Teresa of Kolkata

Construction has begun on Melbourne’s newest Catholic school, St Teresa of Kolkata Catholic Primary School, Tarneit North.


Nourish and flourish

As part of a strategic commitment to building a thriving community and disrupting disadvantage, CatholicCare Victoria works closely with teachers and families of St Anthony’s School, Melton South.


Meet the teacher: work towards a greater good

Jayden Tracey is a Prep teacher and Mathematics Leader at St James the Apostle School, Hoppers Crossing North.


Celebrating Lent

At the beginning of Lent, the community at Mount St Joseph Girls’ College, Altona, reflects on the rituals and ceremonies at this important time of the year for all Catholics.


Leading teachers recognised with national certification

Five outstanding teachers from Catholic schools across the Archdiocese of Melbourne have been awarded national certification as part of the AITSL program for certification of Highly Accomplished and Lead teachers.


World Youth Day changes lives

The excitement for World Youth Day in Lisbon is building and a conversation at St Monica’s College, Epping, has helped inspire a new generation of pilgrims.


Partners in love, faith, hope and learning

The community at Our Lady’s School, Craigieburn, is working hard to involve parents and families in the many dimensions of life in the school.


Student’s illustration may catch Pope’s eye

When a student from Galilee Regional Catholic Primary School, South Melbourne, submitted an entry to an international drawing competition, he may never have thought it would reach the Vatican.


Meet the teacher: never done learning

Lize Viljoen, a Year 3 teacher at St James the Apostle School, Hoppers Crossing North, reflects on her time in the classroom and the opportunities available to her students, particularly those opportunities in the garden.


From warzone to class captain

Over the last year, seven-year-old Leza Solovei has made a successful transition from being a student in Ukraine to being elected class captain at Sacred Heart School, Kew.


Best in class

The great work of Sarah Reed, teacher at St Aloysius’ School, Queenscliff, was acknowledged in the Herald Sun on 21 February as part of News Corp’s ‘Best in Class’ campaign.