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Achieving purpose and potential

The community at St Mary’s School, Malvern East, celebrated the completion of their building refurbishment with an opening ceremony and blessing.


Courage to fly

Senior students at St John’s School, Mitcham, studied Steve Worland’s book Paper Planes and celebrated with their own paper plane competition.


Spirit of Anzac Prize an extreme honour

By Devansh Attrey, Year 12, Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, Braybrook.


Creative Arts Exhibition

Young artists were recognised for their work at the conclusion of the 2024 Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools (MACS) Creative Arts Exhibition.


You can achieve anything in life

Nazareth College, Noble Park North, has invested in the creative ambitions of its students with the opening and blessing of new and refurbished facilities.


Designed to make a difference

Top Designs 2024 opened this week at Melbourne Museum, showcasing the exceptional work of students.


In the light of Christ

Thousands of students and teachers from hundreds of Catholic schools across Melbourne came together to celebrate everything that makes our schools special as part of the annual Catholic Education Week.


New ways of learning at Padua College

Honouring the Sisters of Mercy, the Coolock Learning Centre was blessed and opened at Padua College, Mornington.


Meet the teacher: giving thanks

Karla Conlon, from St Thomas More’s School, Mount Eliza, talks about the teacher who influenced her career path.


Advice to teachers from Dr Margaret O’Donnell

When Dr Margaret O’Donnell was recently awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM), the citation read: ‘for service to education and to the community’.


Art that shows great spirit

This week, the Top Arts 2024 exhibition opened at the National Gallery of Victoria.


Celebrating women in Catholic education

International Women’s Day is an important opportunity to recognise and reflect on the remarkable women and female leaders in our lives, including those in our MACS offices and schools.


Meet the teacher: never look back

Nadine Boundy, from St Thomas More’s School, Mount Eliza, detoured from her studies in criminology and social sciences to reconnect with her original love of teaching.


A sparkling diamond in Altona

The diamond jubilee Mass at Mount St Joseph Girls’ College, Altona, brought staff, students and guests together to celebrate 60 years of history.


Vision for Instruction launched

Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools (MACS) has launched its Flourishing Learners position statement, Vision for Instruction.


We are called to draw people in

The Principal Class of 2024, comprising principals newly appointed to Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne, has been commissioned at a Mass at St John the Evangelist Church, East Melbourne.


Welcoming our graduate teachers

On Tuesday, almost 200 first-year graduate teachers were officially welcomed to Catholic education at the commissioning Mass celebrated by Archbishop Peter at St Patrick’s Cathedral.


Meet the teacher: the family business

Coming from a family full of teachers, Emily Dodd values the unique perspective of teaching in a Catholic school.


For all future generations

Caritas Australia’s 2024 Project Compassion campaign has been launched by Archbishop Peter A Comensoli.


Growing schools for growing communities

Construction has officially commenced on Melbourne’s newest Catholic primary school.


Meet the teacher: bringing life experience to the classroom

Lisa Hughes raised a family, opened a dance school and worked as a learning support officer before becoming a teacher.