More than 4000 students from Years 10 and 11 attended the annual Research Project Student Expo held at the Adelaide Showground on August 8 and 9.
A multi-purpose community sports centre, a new primary school and an early learning centre will be built at St Francis de Sales College, Mount Barker.
Catholic secondary principals gathered in Victor Harbor last term for a retreat on Aboriginal spirituality.
A St Aloysius College program led by student volunteers has provided more than 100 blankets for some of the most marginalised members of Adelaide’s community.
This year’s Catholic Schools Music Festival is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever. The annual festival will move from its traditional venue at the Adelaide Festival Centre, which is under redevelopment, to the Adelaide Entertainment Centre.
On Saturday afternoons when most school campuses across Adelaide are virtually empty, Mount Carmel College at Rosewater comes alive and is a hub of activity as 500 noisy and enthusiastic students fill the classrooms.
Future study, training and job options were the topics of discussion for about 140 students who attended the SACE Aboriginal Student Pathways Conference this month.
Xavier College students have been surrounded on all sides by cans collected for the St Vincent de Paul Winter Can Appeal.
St Columba College’s Year 11 and 12 students will this month travel to the Isle of Iona, off the western coast of Scotland, on a faith trip of a lifetime.
Archbishop Wilson will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Cardinal Joseph Cardijn’s death and the influence of the Cardijn movement in the Adelaide Archdiocese on July 24 at 5.45pm in St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral. To mark this significant occasion, two young Adelaide Catholics spoke of how the Cardijn movement has influenced them.
St Joseph’s Memorial School at Norwood has provided many fond memories and dinner table conversations for the Catalano family for almost 60 years.