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Penola Catholic College band wins Christian music People’s Choice Award

M22, a Christian music band from Penola Catholic College, Broadmeadows, has taken out the Christian Media & Arts Australia (CMAA) Australian Artist of the Year – People’s Choice Award.


Learn, grow and thrive

New spaces at St Patrick’s School, Murrumbeena, have been officially opened and blessed to provide the best learning opportunities for the students.


John Paul College opens new learning spaces

John Paul College, Frankston, has celebrated the official opening of two new state-of-the-art buildings.


Andi’s in the running for success

Determination and hard work have paid off for a cross-country runner from St Francis de Sales Catholic Primary School, Lynbrook.


Call for kindness

The community at St Brigid’s School, Gisborne, turned the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence into a week-long call for kindness.


Catholic primary schools crowned state champions in soccer and football

Congratulations to St Patrick’s School, Geelong West, and Holy Family School, Mount Waverley, which won the primary school state championships in girls and boys soccer respectively.


Meet the teacher: teaching found me

Rita McEwen recently celebrated 10,000 days since she started teaching at Sacred Heart School, Newport


Building milestones in Craigieburn West

Students and teachers at Oscar Romero Catholic Primary School, Craigieburn West, have celebrated the completion of stages 2 and 3 of the school’s building program.


Principals take inspiration from Mary MacKillop

Catholic school leaders from the western region participated in a faith and religious leadership formation program from 21 to 25 August focused on the missionary spirit of Australia’s first saint, St Mary of the Cross MacKillop. 


Journey of holiness and openness

As part of the 50th anniversary of the Maronite Eparchy of Australia, Antonine College, Pascoe Vale South, hosted an important visit of relics from five saints. 


Meet the teacher: people, progress and participation

Liam Benton, Science teacher and Year 12 Level Leader at Kolbe Catholic College, Greenvale Lakes, speaks about his passion for teaching.


Watta Watnanda Day

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from Catholic schools across the Archdiocese of Melbourne have come together for Watta Watnanda Day.


St John’s Regional College students’ empowering new podcast series

Year 11 students from St John’s Regional College, Dandenong, have shared their views on subjects in a new series of podcasts.


MacKillop Education Caulfield campus officially opened

MacKillop Education’s new campus at Caulfield was officially opened last week after being in operation since 2020 and already at capacity with 44 students.


Read, grow, inspire in Queenscliff

Students and teachers at St Aloysius’ School, Queenscliff, have celebrated Book Week with a parade through their seaside town.


MACS education support teams recognised

Congratulations to education support staff from MacKillop Catholic Regional College, Werribee, and Nazareth College, Noble Park North, who have been recognised in the 2023 Australian Teacher Aide of the Year Awards.


Meet the teacher: marking the milestones

Kim William, a Foundation teacher at St Mary’s School, Alexandra, reflects on her journey as a teacher, as well as the journey of her students as they mark 100 days of learning.


Faith, courage and compassion at statue blessing

Kolbe Catholic College, Greenvale Lakes, marked the feast day of St Maximilian Kolbe with the blessing of a new statue.


Together, we live in harmony

A new mural at St Martin de Porres School, Avondale Heights, has connected the current school community with a much longer story.


Meet the teacher: the power of ‘yet’

Kate White, a teacher at St Mary’s School, Mansfield, knows that not all students learn in the same way and at the same time.


MACS principals experience Indigenous culture in the Tiwi Islands

A group of Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools (MACS) east-central region principals recently visited Darwin and the Tiwi Islands to better understand Indigenous culture and the work of the Church in a remote context.