Christian Brothers College’s soccer program has received a major boost with news that former Adelaide United player Marcelo Carrusca has taken over as its technical director.
Artwork ‘from the heart’ is helping keep St Dominic’s Priory College students and the wider community connected during the coronavirus pandemic.
A group of Early Years children from Galilee Catholic Primary School have won the hearts of many with their generosity and kindness to those in need.
St Anthony’s School at Millicent celebrated the 140th anniversary of the Sisters of Mercy last month, despite the Sisters having to cancel their pilgrimage to the South East because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Construction of Catholic Education SA’s newest school at Two Wells will begin next month and not even COVID-19 restrictions could dampen enthusiasm for the 'turning the sod' ceremony at the site.
As Anzac Day was remembered in different ways last month, Year 7 student leaders at St Joseph’s School, Clare, paid their respects to the fallen at their own Dawn Service.
The unmistakable call of The Last Post resonated throughout Adelaide’s suburbs at dawn on Anzac Day as Rostrevor College music students joined hundreds of ‘driveway’ musicians in a poignant tribute to the nation’s servicemen and women.
As Term 2 got under way last month, many Catholic school students were studying from home due to the coronavirus pandemic. Supporting them as they learn remotely is a new website developed by Catholic Education – a tool that will continue to be utilised long after this crisis ends.
In the lead up to Term 2 starting this week, Catholic Education South Australia (CESA) has ‘connected’ with families, teachers and staff to ensure they are coping during the coronavirus pandemic and to discuss learning in these ‘challenging’ times.
A petition urging all politicians to back climate policies that protect future generations, particularly the poor and vulnerable, has been presented to the Federal Government by Rostrevor College students.
Catholic Education will partner with the State Government to deliver an almost $5 million expansion of the Rosewater Trade Training Centre, creating a skills hub right on the doorstep of South Australia’s maritime and defence industries on the Le Fevre Peninsula.