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Annual Celebration of Principalship 2016

2016 Archdiocesan Celebration of Principalship, Trish Taylor, Principal of St Joseph's School in Collingwood, gives a Leaving Principal’s Address.


Stride the Divide

Chris Bailey explains his journey from Mexico to Canada over the pacific crest, a challenging walk spanning 4,300km in order to raise $100,000 for charity.


Siena College principal receives award

Gaynor Robson-Garth, Principal at Siena College, Camberwell, has recently been recognised for her efforts by being awarded a John Laing Award.


Past student wins award for school’s new building

The new Mary Wing at Ave Maria College, has been awarded at the Association for Learning Environments Australasia Limited Awards.


First Lego League champs

Aisha Kristiansen, from Christ the King School in Newcomb, writes about the success of grade 5 & 6 students in a recent STEM competition.


Canonisation of St Teresa of Calcutta

Over 100,000 people travelled to St Peter’s Square, Vatican City, to take part in The Canonisation of St Teresa of Calcutta.


St Anthony’s wins Screen It competition

Students from St Anthony's Primary School, Noble Park, won the Junior Live Action category for Screen It 2016.


Master of Ceremonies at Deakin Edge

Over 200 students from across Melbourne took part in the Song Room’s Children’s Week performance, at Deakin Edge in Federation Square.


Emmaus’ WWI Centenary Project

History students at Emmaus College, Burwood campus are collaborating with students from, France, on a WWI centenary project.


Bridgette’s invention wins her trip to NASA

While undergoing treatment for Leukaemia, Bridgette Veneris, Grade 3, St Joseph’s School, Chelsea, had a brilliant idea...


Science Talent Search

115 Catholic students from 13 secondary schools and two primary schools, received major or minor bursaries in the recent Victorian Science Talent Search.


VCAL class grows food to feed the hungry

The VCAL class at Our Lady of Mercy College, Heidelberg, has been involved in a project called The Garden Collective.


Anzac Day Schools' Awards

St Joseph's College Geelong, Newtown, and Clonard College, Herne Hill, have been awarded the national prize for the  Anzac Day Schools' Awards.


World Teachers Day 2016

Teachers at Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne have received a special message from some of our students.


It’s OK to be different

What do a couple of comedian/writers, an educational psychologist, a social worker, a musician and a refugee advocate have in common?


Luke’s award-winning speech on ‘locker-room culture’

Luke Macaronas, a year 12 student at St Kevin’s College has won the national 2016 Plain English Speaking Award (PESA).


Taking technology to the world

Students at St Lawrence School,have taken their revolutionary design to the World Intelligent Transport Systems Congress.


Famous hens at St Pius X Primary School

For a number of years chickens have been a part of life at St Pius X Primary School, but 2016 will be remembered for being the year our hens became famous!


Adam Ladell on The Voice, Tourette's and St Joseph's

Adam Ladell reflects on his life changing experience on 'The Voice', living with his tourettes and what attending St Joseph's College is like.


St Anthony’s RoboCup team in national competition

Specialist Enrichment Teacher, Ellis Warrener, has St Anthony’s School, Noble Park, through to the final stages of the Robocup National Competition.


Social Justice Teacher Network Day

Mr Fadi Elbarbar, Social Justice Coordinator at St Monica’s College, Epping, reflects on the event.