Students at Gleeson College were able to hear first-hand accounts about the vocation of priesthood during a visit by three seminarians last term.
Returning to Catholic Education South Australia after some time spent as a government CEO, it is very obvious to me that Catholic schools have much to offer young people, families, communities and society as a whole.
A range of activities were enjoyed by students who attended the annual Unity Day held at Cabra Dominican College’s St Mary’s Unit recently.
More than 2000 students from 83 Catholic schools are preparing for their moment on stage at the annual Catholic Schools Music Festival next month.
A cyber safety initiative designed to set a new benchmark on how students interact and embrace social media was launched at Mercedes College this month.
Students from two Catholic colleges braved the cold conditions and slept under cardboard shelters to raise awareness of homelessness this month.
After a 12 month construction project and an investment of $12.7m, the St Michael’s College Year 12 students have officially moved in to their new senior learning centre.
Students at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College were encouraged to have ‘belief’ in themselves as they look to their future at the bi-annual Career Mentors’ Breakfast held on May 24.
Her personal experience of being in a refugee family who fled from Iran provided the inspiration for Samira Ahmadi’s winning entry in a poster competition run as part of SA Refugee Week.
She describes herself as “just a little nun from the back blocks” but Sr Anne Gardiner FDNSC AM had some worldly advice for local students from the Our Lady of the Sacred Heart community this month.
One of Adelaide’s newest Catholic schools celebrates its fifth anniversary next month and while reaching the milestone will provide an opportunity to reflect on achievements, the clear focus continues to be providing its students with a ‘safe, supportive and joyous’ learning environment.