Three South Australian Catholic school graduates with big plans for the future are off to a good start with their university studies after receiving scholarships from the Playford Trust.
With the Easter season upon us, one Catholic school community is honouring this significant time on the Christian calendar by helping those in need overseas.
A unique education and community services ‘village’ in the northern suburbs is starting to take shape following the announcement that the first stage – a school for 17 to 24 year olds – will be called Compass Catholic Community.
St Augustine's Parish School at Salisbury celebrated the beginning of Holy Week with a visit from two special guests.
The official opening and blessing of Xavier College’s new Two Wells campus is just another step in expanding the offering of Catholic education in the northern region.
With a goal to simply “read books and cultivate my love of stories”, Felix Kimber said it came as a complete surprise when he was named the winner of the prestigious Tennyson Medal for the highest mark in English Literary Studies in SACE.
The evolution of co-education at St Michael’s College continued when the first group of boys and girls started in Reception at the primary campus.
The saying ‘one man’s trash is another man’s treasure’ couldn’t be truer, as children at Stella Maris Parish Primary School discovered recently.
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College (OLSH) began the 2021 school year celebrating ’70 years at the heart of girls education’, with a heart-shaped keepsake gifted to students and staff to remind them of the pioneering Sisters who founded the college.
Another 100 children and young people in foster care will be offered scholarships in Catholic schools across South Australia, following the success of an innovative partnership between the State Government and Catholic Education South Australia.
Blackfriars Priory School celebrated the completion of its new STEM and Year 12 Centre, named the Aquinas Centre, with an official opening and blessing ceremony on January 29.