Catholic school students across the State are being encouraged to say grace before their meals this month to commemorate the fifth anniversary of Pope Francis’ inspirational encyclical Laudato Si’.
The Adelaide Archdiocese and Catholic Education South Australia (CESA) will establish a new education and community services village for disengaged young people in the northern suburbs of Adelaide.
After more than 60 years as a boys-only school, St Paul’s College has announced it will move to co-education from 2022.
Three Catholic school building projects and the restoration of the historic Smyth Chapel at West Terrace Cemetery were recognised in the 2020 South Australian Architecture Awards announced this month.
Catholic schools around the State are getting ready to tell their stories and open their doors to the wider community next month.
Catholic Education South Australia (CESA) has announced plans to expand St Joseph’s School in Peterborough and St Joseph’s School in Clare to become Reception to Year 9 schools.
It’s not every day your school receives a letter and blessing from the Pope – but that is exactly what happened at Gleeson College this month.
No-one knows better than Liz Schembri the advantage of having a pathway from early learning to Year 12 for children and families.
Catholic Education SA is conducting a Students with Disability Review to identify how Catholic schools across South Australia can strengthen the inclusion, learning and wellbeing of students with disability.
Mercedes College students and staff wore a silver ribbon on June 12 – World Refugee Day – to show their support for those who suffer injustice and discrimination.
Blackfriars Priory students and staff gained a deeper understanding of the experience of refugees during Refugee Week (June 14-20).