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Archbishop Peter blesses and dedicates Iona College Geelong

Following delays due to COVID-19, Archbishop Peter A Comensoli officially blessed and dedicated the newly established Iona College Geelong, Charlemont, with a celebratory Mass on Friday 16 September.


Term 3 in review

As we prepare for the school holidays, let’s reflect on all we have achieved during a busy term of learning.


Meet the teacher: what did you learn today?

Danielle Jongebloed from Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, Sunbury, was faced with the choice of continuing a career in social work or moving to a new vocation in teaching.


Mixed netball success

The mixed netball team from St Thomas the Apostle School, Blackburn, is one of Victoria’s top netball teams after making last week’s state final.


Dreaming with eyes open

For the first time since 2019, Book Week was back to normal and schools were keen to join in the celebrations.


Meet the teacher: those lightbulb moments

Alexis Seddon, a teacher at St Anne’s School, Sunbury, originally thought she would be working in psychology, but volunteering in a childcare centre changed her path.


Facilities for generations to come

From humble beginnings in 1904, St Patrick’s School, Mentone, has been completed with the opening of a new junior wing.


Hall dedicated to Australia’s first saint

St Richard’s Primary School, Kilsyth, celebrated the Feast of St Mary of the Cross MacKillop by dedicating a hall to Australia’s first saint.


Meet the teacher: work together in a team

Carmela Livoti, Italian language specialist teacher at Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School, Sunbury, loves to share her passion for languages by using an approach that is functional and fun.


Watta Watnanda Day

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


Students fly the flag for diversity

Students at Thomas Carr College, Tarneit, have commemorated diversity and multiculturalism by creating and implementing an international flag titled ‘We’re one we’re many flags’.


STEM MAD award-winners

Congratulations to the STEM MAD (Making a Difference) teams who won awards at this year’s Showcase.


Meet the teacher: meeting the needs of all students

Lesley Fitzgerald from Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, Braybrook, brings a wealth of experience (along with five languages) to teaching.


Slam poets take Williamstown by storm

Slam poets from St Mary’s School, Williamstown, have taken their work from the classroom to two sold-out performances.


New music star unearthed

It was a dream come true when a Year 10 student at Star of the Sea College, Brighton, was named the winner of the triple j Unearthed High competition for 2022.


VCE Leadership Awards finalists

Two finalists for the 2022 VCE Leadership Awards are from Catholic schools in the Geelong region.


STEM makes a difference

The STEM MAD (Making a Difference) Showcase returned to the Catholic Leadership Centre for the first time since 2019.


The world in 2030

As part of the introduction to MACS 2030: Forming Lives to Enrich the World, we asked some of our students to share their hopes and dreams about the world in 2030.


Interest spikes in LEGO robots

Year 5 and 6 students from Mother Teresa School, Mount Ridley (Nth Craigieburn), have triumphed with a robot designed to display an emotion that best fits your mood.


Excellence in leadership at St Columba’s College

The principal of St Columba’s College, Essendon, is the recipient of the Excellence in Leadership Award from Catholic Secondary Principals Australia (CaSPA).


Meet the teacher: right isn’t always right

Natalie Baker, Numeracy Leader at Christ the King Primary School, Braybrook, has a passion for mathematics, and making it engaging and meaningful for students.