St Barbara’s School principal Bernadette Lacey was named 2024 Roxby Downs Citizen of the Year on Australia Day.
The new principal of St Columba College, Darren Pitt, is no stranger to the northern suburbs school, having been deputy principal for the past three years.
The annual Lenten giving program, Project Compassion, was launched in Adelaide on Shrove Tuesday, 60 years after the first campaign was started in Adelaide by a group of parishioners wanting to raise money for a boat for the Bathurst Island community.
Overcoming leukaemia and losing her mum to cancer when she was in Year 12 has only served to strengthen Mia Eliseo’s goal to study medicine.
Eleven Catholic schools will have new people at the helm in 2023, including seven first-time principals.
Bright young minds and healthy bodies need sustenance to make the most of a busy school year. According to professionals, a well-packed lunch box can play a major role in that.
Almost 500 scholarships have been offered to primary and secondary school-aged children and young people in care as part of an ongoing collaboration between Catholic Education South Australia and the Department for Child Protection.
Students from St Joseph’s School, Clare, made strong connections with Indigenous culture when they embarked on a 10-day journey through the Flinders Ranges to Central Australia late last year.
Graduating from primary school is a milestone in the life of any child but it was especially significant for St Mary’s Memorial School Year 6 student Enzo Cornejo.
Female students at St Michael’s College have been racking up a series of outstanding achievements in the classroom and on the sports field during 2023.
The outstanding talents of the Kuir sisters from Our Lady of the Visitation School was one of the success stories arising from the annual athletics carnival program held for Catholic school primary students last month.