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The next stage at Iona

The new Stage 2 facilities at Iona College Geelong, Charlemont, were opened by the Deputy Premier, the Hon. James Merlino.


For all future generations

Caritas Australia launched its annual campaign Project Compassion at Mercy College, Coburg.


Meet the teacher: 40 years and counting

Leanne Wenckowski, Prep teacher at St Fidelis’ School, Moreland, recently celebrated 40 years since she began her teaching career.


Smaller footprint for a brighter future

John Paul College, Frankston, has a longstanding commitment to sustainability and the environment. The college’s mission statement calls the community to honour the integrity of creation through careful stewardship.


Technology keeps veteran stories alive

Students from St Patrick’s Primary School, Kilmore, have won the Award for Creative Use of Technology at the annual Anzac Day Schools’ Awards.


Together we can do great things

There are exciting times ahead for families in Greenvale with a new Catholic primary school opening at the beginning of next year.


Rerum Novarum Awards 2022

In the midst of a global pandemic, as we adapt to the ‘new normal’, Pope Francis calls on us to respond to the Cry of the Earth, Cry of the Poor. How will you answer the call?


Diving into the deep end of school swimming programs

When Adele Vesty became principal of Christ the Priest Catholic Primary School, Caroline Springs, and began talking to parents in the community, she quickly realised how her previous positive experiences with school swimming programs could benefit her new students.


In the spirit of Anzac

Killester College, Springvale, has been named the state winner of the Anzac Day Schools’ Awards 2021.


Welcoming our newest principals

The newest Catholic schools principals from across the Archdiocese of Melbourne have come together for the first time for the start of their induction program.


Play it safe online

Schools across the country took part in this year’s Safer Internet Day.


Feast day shines spotlight on slavery

Today is the Feast Day of St Josephine Bakhita, a day for Catholics to remember the victims of modern slavery and human trafficking.


The future is listening

The 2022 National Catholic Education Conference is taking place this September, and a limited number of Super Early Bird registrations are now available.


A very special Australia Day in Melton

Catholic Regional College Melton, Melton, held a very special event for Dinka language speakers in the community.


The welcome is on the wall

A new mural at Catholic Regional College, St Albans, is helping to break down language barriers as well as providing an enduring message of welcome for the community.


Welcome back

The 2022 school year has now begun, with thousands of students and staff ready to launch into another big year of learning.


A Christmas message

At the end of a busy year, Catholic school communities around Melbourne are finishing up the school year while preparing for Christmas.


Strong communication, regular connection

Kylie Power is deputy principal of Iona College Geelong, Charlemont, which opened in 2020 and now has Year 7 and 8 students, growing towards Year 12 each year.


Working together

As a child’s ‘first and most important educators’ (John Paul II), parents are essential partners in ensuring our students receive a high-quality Catholic education.


Creating the future

A team of creative STEM students from Christ the King School, Newcomb, are taking their invention to the world stage.


Be the light

Students from two secondary colleges, Avila College, Mount Waverley, and Mazenod College, Mulgrave, explain why they choose to serve.