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Collywood 2016

The bright lights were shining as the students and families of St Joseph’s School, Collingwood, brought Hollywood glamour to the Collingwood Town Hall.


Australia-first MBA program for school principals

CEM and Australian Catholic University (ACU) Executive Education have partnered to deliver an Australia-first program for principals.


Our Holy Redeemer at World Humanitarian Day

On Friday 19 August, staff accompanied the School Captains and the Social Justice Team from Our Holy Redeemer School, to World Humanitarian Day.


Genazzano students umpire women's footy final

A group of Year 10 students were given the chance to officiate in the inaugural Swisse VFL Women’s Grand Final on September 18 2016.


From Bentleigh to Barcelona

The Mediterranean International Cup aims to give an opportunity to young soccer players from all around the world to play with the best international teams and players.


National Karate Champion learns life skills

National Karate Champion Cassandra Banks, explains her journey to Gold in Karate, and the life skills she has learnt along the way.


Tegan’s award-winning film on homelessness

The Salvation Army created a short film competition called Hidden Others, in which young filmmakers explore the issue of Youth Homelessness.


World Youth Day – focusing on the face of mercy

Liam McCormack along with many other school students and teachers from across Victoria, travelled to Kraków, Poland, for World Youth Day (WYD) 2016.


NAIDOC medal winner

NAIDOC Week was held in the first week of July.


Romeo & Juliet production full of surprises

An adaptation of Romeo and Juliet will be staged by the students from MacKillop Specialist School, Whittington, at the Shenton Theatre, in a one off performance.


Sustainability resource launch

The Education for Sustainability in the Archdiocese in Melbourne resource was officially launched at James Goold House on 1 September 2016.


3 time state winners of reading challenge

For the third year in a row Antonine College, Pascoe Vale South, is the Victorian state winner of the Read More In May Challenge conducted by Scholastic.


Fast Cars in Schools

For the last three terms, St Aloysius School, Queenscliff, have been doing Fast Cars in Schools, which is a project about Formula One (F1) vehicles.


Multicultural AFL Footy Jumper Design Competition

A VCAL class at Killester College were given the chance to enter the Multicultural AFL Footy Jumper Design competition.


Prayer flags at St Joachim’s

St Joachim's School, Carrum Downs, celebrated their school feast days of St Anne and St Joachim.


Unfolding Stories

The Mornington Peninsula has inspired the young musicians at Padua College, who have just released an album of original songs titled Unfolding Stories.


WYD@St Bede’s College – the Local Experience

In this Year of Mercy, St Bede’s College Mentone offered World Youth Day – The Local Experience.


Joey’s boys win Herald Sun Shield by a point!

St Joseph’s College, Geelong, First XVIII Football Co-Captain, Jack Blood* reflects on his teams, Grand Final victory .


Former Catholic students compete in Rio

With the Rio Olympics fast approaching, former Catholic school students are preparing for what will be one of the highlights of their sporting careers.


Reach for the skies

Australian Airforce Fighter Planes on their way to the Grand Prix pierced the Yarra Valley skies as they made their way over Mount Lilydale Mercy College.


2015 VCAL Achievement Awards

On Monday 20 June at the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) Awards presentation was held at Federation Square.