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Galilee Centre Blessed and Opened at Emmaus College

Emmaus College (Vermont South and Burwood) opened a state-of-the-art, new building, the Galilee Centre.


Celebrating Our Story

The community at St Timothy’s School, Vermont South, have marked their 50th anniversary by unveiling two large mosaics.


STEM Showcase Day at Scienceworks

Primary school students from 18 schools in the Western Region attended the STEM Showcase Day at Scienceworks.


Archbishop Hart’s Golden Jubilee

Melbourne’s Catholic community gathered at St Patrick’s Cathedral to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Archbishop Hart’s priestly ordination.


Welcome back to term 3

Catholic schools have a series of large events ahead to celebrate communities of learning.


Helping those who help the homeless

Orange Sky Laundry is the world’s first free mobile laundry service for the homeless.


Launch of Chess Club at Ss Peter and Paul’s School, East Doncaster

Students at Ss Peter and Paul’s School, East Doncaster, were involved in a chess incursion, conducted by International Chess Master, Leonid Sandler.


Where there’s a Will, there’s a day made better

Will Kent, a graduate teacher at St Francis of Assisi School, Mill Park, has been nominated for the 'A Day Made Better' teaching award.


Shining the Light of Mercy on a New Principal

Lila McInerney, has been commissioned as the new principal at Mercy College in Coburg.


Giving a helping hand this winter

The community at St Kevin’s School, Templestowe Lower, have decided to do something practical to help those experiencing homelessness.


Defenders of the Patka (Sikh head covering)

Principal Gerard Broadfoot and his Learning & Teaching Leader Michelle Buckley were awarded the title Defender of the Sikh Dastar by Sikhs United.


VCAL Student Achievement Award

Students at Mount Lilydale Mercy College have received the award for Senior Team Achievement at the 2016 VCAL Student Achievement Awards.


Lighting a FIRE

Five colleges visited Kilbreda College Mentone to discuss the issues that indigenous communities have faced in the past and still do today.


Engineering for success

Catholic Education Melbourne's 2016 annual report contains some personal stories from around the Archdiocese.


Term 2, 2017 Wrap-Up

As we look forward to some well-earned school holidays, we look back on a sample of news from second term for Catholic schools.


We will remember them

Holy Name School in Reservoir have planted a Gallipoli Oak as a symbol of the community’s commitment to remembering those who sacrificed so much.


Welcome the stranger

Students from Antonine College’s Cedar Campus in Coburg East stood in prayerful silence as part of the College’s recognition of World Refugee Day on Tuesday.


Ministerial visit to Sacred Heart, Croydon

Sacred Heart School, Croydon, received a visit from the Victorian Minister for Education


CBC and St Mary's shared storytime

Students from Christian Brothers College (CBC), St Kilda East, volunteered to participate in National Simultaneous Storytime at St Mary's Primary School.


Refugee Week 2017

Students from numerous schools across Melbourne have welcomed the 'Inflatable Refugee' to begin this years Refugee Week.


Principal prepares for sixth Vinnies CEO Sleep Out

School’s come together to support the important work of St Vincent de Paul in the annual Sleep Out.