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Welcome to the new school year!

This week more than 153,000 students enrolled in 330 Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne, will be returning to or beginning school for 2017.


Catholic schools welcome refugees

Catholic schools welcome refugee students and their families to be part of their school and parish communities.


Postcodes of Hope

St Dominic’s School in Broadmeadows were delighted to host their local MP and former student, Frank McGuire, to launch their program Postcodes of Hope


Walk Through Bethlehem

Walk Through Bethlehem, is an epic and interactive experience, providing visitors with the unique opportunity to engage with life as it was 2000 years ago. 


Building community at Christmas time

St Aloysius’ School, Caulfield, brought their Christmas spirit and cheer in the form of handmade cards for the residents at nearby Sheridan Hall Aged Care Home.


Corey Lyons’ VCE and AFL draft success

Former De La Salle College student, Corey Lyons, reflects on his journey to AFL draft success with Brisbane Lions.


A little help at Christmas

The community at St Michael’s School in North Melbourne has opened its heart and its doors to some special families this year.


Dhruvi’s dual dux success

Dhruvi Desai is becoming joint dux of Aquinas College, Ringwood, and St Mary’s College for the Deaf, with an ATAR of 99.1.


Dux of CRC Sydenham’s ‘new life’

Saad Al-Kassab topped the table at Catholic Regional College, with an ATAR of 96.65 despite only arriving as a refugee from Syria in June 2014.


Infinitude races to glory

Joel Bright from St Bede’s College, reflects on team Infinitude's achievements, at the F1 in Schools World Finals In Austin, USA.


Cupcakes for charity

St Thomas the Apostle Primary School in Greensborough North have tackled the issue of animal welfare in the best way they know – with cupcakes.


Lead to Succeed

While many students are thinking about the end of the school year, some have their minds firmly focused on 2017.


ResourceSmart Awards

Each year, the ResourceSmart Awards are presented, celebrating the achievements of sustainability programs in schools across the state.


What does Christmas mean?

A special message for Christmas 2016


Ice Cream for Asylum

The Languages Club of Caroline Chisholm Catholic College’s Christ the King campus, held a fundraiser for people seeking asylum.


Shared Stories 2016 book launch

Shared Stories was launched by Dr Matthew Ryan, Deputy Head of the Victorian School of Arts in the Australian Catholic University.


Annual Celebration of Principalship 2016

2016 Archdiocesan Celebration of Principalship, Trish Taylor, Principal of St Joseph's School in Collingwood, gives a Leaving Principal’s Address.


Stride the Divide

Chris Bailey explains his journey from Mexico to Canada over the pacific crest, a challenging walk spanning 4,300km in order to raise $100,000 for charity.


Siena College principal receives award

Gaynor Robson-Garth, Principal at Siena College, Camberwell, has recently been recognised for her efforts by being awarded a John Laing Award.


Past student wins award for school’s new building

The new Mary Wing at Ave Maria College, has been awarded at the Association for Learning Environments Australasia Limited Awards.


First Lego League champs

Aisha Kristiansen, from Christ the King School in Newcomb, writes about the success of grade 5 & 6 students in a recent STEM competition.