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Samantha Stosur on serve at Holy Name

It was game, set and match when tennis champions Sam Stosur and John ‘Fitzy’ Fitzgerald visited Holy Name School, Reservoir, on Tuesday. 


Not just another high school musical…

500 young performers from Catholic schools across the city come together with professionals for an incredible production of music, song and dance.


Exploring our Anzac history

Exploring our Anzac history earned two students from the Archdiocese of Melbourne overseas study tours to take a deeper look at our wartime history.


Lest we forget

Thirty-nine Catholic primary schools in Melbourne are planting Gallipoli Oaks this week as a symbolic link between the people of Turkey and the primary school children of Victoria.


School’s $2,000,000 upgrade

A Lara primary school is gearing up for a $1.95 million facelift with plans revealing a proposed redevelopment of its main building.


I am Victoria

Students from St Martin de Porres School, Avondale Heights, won the Grade 5&6 division at the Victorian Cultural Diversity Week Primary School Film Competition. 


St Michael’s treehouses of learning

A new learning centre has been under development at St Michael's, emphasizing a change on the traditional methodology of teaching.


Term 1 in Review

Schools are back from school holidays today. As learning commences for term 2, let’s take a quick look back at some of the highlights from term 1. 


End of Term 1

Term 1 is coming to a close today, and what a wonderful term it’s been.


Ave Maria student is Victorian winner of Simpson Prize 2018

Sara Hinton, student at Ave Maria College, Aberfeldie, is the Victorian winner of the Simpson Prize for 2018.


It's never too 'latte' to learn at this school

Norlane school St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Primary is serving coffee and life skills at its on-site shipping container cafe.


Top Arts 2018

Top Arts 2018 will be on exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) Australia, Federation Square from 23 March–15 July 2018.


Walk for Refugees takes to the city streets again in 2018

The Melbourne Archdiocese’s Office and Melbourne Catholic Migrant and Refugee Office, joined forces yesterday for the Palm Sunday Walk for Refugee Justice.


Harmony Rocks

The students and teachers from St John’s School, Footscray, dressed in orange to celebrate Harmony Day this week, but they also created a lasting symbol of unity to last throughout the year.


Year 12 student exhibits in Top Designs

Genazzano FCJ College, Kew, Year 12 student, Megan Grimshaw, has been chosen for the 2018 VCE Season of Excellence – Top Designs. 


Two schools gain grants

Two Geelong schools have received grants of $50,000 to further encourage students to engage with maths and science.


Top students design a way into exhibit

Three students from Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, Braybrook, have had their budding engineering projects accepted into the 2018 Top Designs exhibition.


A day in the life of an international student

Alice Mei, an international student at Aquinas College, Ringwood, was named a runner up in the Victorian Government’s ‘A Day in the Life of an International Student’ video competition.


Thousands celebrate St Patrick

Students from over 300 Catholic schools from across Melbourne gathered at St Patrick’s Cathedral in East Melbourne to mark the eve of St Patrick’s Day.


Four young Catholic students receive awards from Archbishop

Four outstanding young Victorian student leaders were presented with the Fr James Wall Bursary award.


Year of Youth

There were over 30 schools at this year’s 'conversation with youth' event. Year 12 student Alexandra Salvatore reported back on what the day meant to her.