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Construction to start on new Torquay school

With construction about to begin, Bishop Mark Edwards has blessed the building site for the new Lisieux Catholic primary school in Torquay that will open in 2018.


New performing arts centre at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College

Construction has commenced on Caroline Chisholm Catholic College’s new performing arts centre at its Christ the King campus in Braybrook.


A reflective Holy Week

Students at St Mary of the Cross MacKillop Catholic Parish Primary School, Epping North, have been exploring and thinking deeply about Holy Week.


Principal Profile – On the Couch with Chris Gleeson

Chris Gleeson graduated HSC in 1976 and tossed between two career directions – teaching and the police force.


Lord of the Flies – Young Ensemble Cast

23 boys from across Victoria were chosen to join the Ensemble Cast of Sir Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures & Re:Bourne adaptation of Lord of the Flies.


An Easter Message

Easter Message from Archbishop Denis Hart 2017


A great start to the year

As we look forward to some well-earned school holidays and prepare for Holy Week, we look back on a busy and jubilant first term for Catholic schools.


Music + engineering = success

St Kevin’s College, Toorak, student Justin Mitchell has taken our first place in the Engineering category of the BHP Billiton Science and Engineering Awards.


A celebration of Visual Arts

After being viewed by over 1,000 people, this year’s Visual Arts Exhibition came to a close on Sunday 19 March with a joyful awards ceremony. 


Father Wall Bursary recipient ‘role model for younger students’

Archbishop Denis Hart heaped generous praise upon the achievements of five Victorian young people, as he presented them with the Father James Wall Bursary.


Engineering career the way forward for Genazzano Alumna

Genazzano Alumna, Marielle Salom, is engineering a career in a traditionally male-dominated industry.


Xavier community social justice work

Xavier Social Justice Network (XSJN) is a group of like-minded parents and staff who through combining skills and resources within a community, make a difference.


Mater Christi College Dux’s passion for Art and Music

The VCE Seasons of Excellence Top Designs 2017 exhibition will be officially launched on Friday 17 March 2017 at the Melbourne Museum, Carlton.


St Patrick’s Day celebrations for Catholic schools

Watch the Catholic Education Week 2017 video at the end of this article.


A seat at the top

The Top Designs 2017 exhibition opens on Saturday 18 March until Sunday 16 July 2017. One exhibitor is Tinotenda Mubayiwa and this is his story.


‘Be Courageous’: the Archbishop’s Conversation with Student Leaders

Student leaders from 18 Catholic secondary schools gathered at St Kevin’s College, Toorak, to meet with Archbishop Dennis Hart.


Sudanese Australian teens deserve better

Marco DiCesare is principal of Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, Braybrook.


Rotary donation helps kids beyond the classroom at Ss Peter and Paul's

New technology is taking Ss Peter and Paul's School kids out of the science classroom and helping them explore the world beyond.


Mount Lilydale the Koolest Skool

Mount Lilydale have been named ‘the Koolest Skool’ and have been awarded for producing the best and most wide-ranging album of the year, titled takeaway.


St Francis Xavier's Worry Tree

By Naomi Corfield, Wellbeing Leader, St Francis Xavier School, Frankston.


New Performing Arts Centre opens at Loyola College

The Magis Performing Arts Centre at Loyola College, Watsonia, was opened by Executive Director of Catholic Education Melbourne, Stephen Elder.