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A Christmas message

At the end of a busy year, Catholic school communities around Melbourne are finishing up the school year while preparing for Christmas.


Strong communication, regular connection

Kylie Power is deputy principal of Iona College Geelong, Charlemont, which opened in 2020 and now has Year 7 and 8 students, growing towards Year 12 each year.


Working together

As a child’s ‘first and most important educators’ (John Paul II), parents are essential partners in ensuring our students receive a high-quality Catholic education.


Creating the future

A team of creative STEM students from Christ the King School, Newcomb, are taking their invention to the world stage.


Be the light

Students from two secondary colleges, Avila College, Mount Waverley, and Mazenod College, Mulgrave, explain why they choose to serve.


We walk hand in hand

The Prep students at St Thomas More’s School, Hadfield, have developed their own Acknowledgment of Country.


Success for the Daw triplets

 Three brothers at Catholic Regional College, Sydenham, are celebrating a special graduation together.


Spirit of Anzac

Students from Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne have honoured the spirit of the Anzacs in the 2021 Premier’s Sprit of Anzac Prize.


The show must go on

After delays and postponements, the wait was worth it for the young performers taking to the stage at Catholic Regional College, Caroline Springs, for their school production.


Kingsbury leader in the Hot List

Kevin Burke, principal of Our Lady of the Way School, Kingsbury, has been included in The Educator Hot List 2021.


ARIA Award for Fitzroy teacher

Zoë Barry, a music teacher at Sacred Heart School, Fitzroy, has been announced the winner of the 2021 Telstra ARIA (Australian Recording Industry Association) Music Teacher Award.


Lisieux Catholic Primary School blessed by Archbishop Peter

The community of Lisieux Catholic Primary School, Torquay North, gathered on Friday for the official opening and blessing of the school by Archbishop Peter A Comensoli.


St Catherine of Siena blessed by Archbishop Peter

It was a joyous occasion for the community of St Catherine of Siena Catholic Primary School, Armstrong Creek, on Friday as they gathered for the official opening and blessing of the school by Archbishop Peter A Comensoli.


Searching for scientific talent

Aquinas College, Ringwood, has uncovered some rising scientific stars with two Year 9 students receiving major bursaries in the Victorian Science Talent Search (STS) competition.


STEM MAD National builds a better future

Following its success in Melbourne over recent years, STEM MAD will become a national event today with the theme ‘Learning from the past to build a better future’.


A new centre for Padua College

A new learning centre for Year 7 and 8 students at Padua College, Mornington, will start construction in 2022.


Remembrance Day

Catholic schools around Melbourne paused today to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice.


New campus for CRC Melton

Catholic Regional College Melton, Melton, entered an exciting new phase with work commencing on its Cobblebank Campus.


Celebrating arts and technology

Ave Maria College, Aberfeldie, has celebrated the achievements of its VCE Unit 3/4 students as part of the Arts and Technology Festival.


Keeping Victoria beautiful

St James’ School, Brighton, is a finalist in the Education category of Keep Victoria Beautiful’s Sustainable Cities 2021 Awards.


Three cheers for teachers

Schools around Australia are celebrating the great work done by our amazing teachers on World Teachers Day.