Families in the South East and other rural areas in South Australia are still waiting for the Minister for Education, John Gardiner, to deliver on his promise to ensure all children in rural areas have access to a school bus.
Talented scholar and musician Archer Newton ended his secondary schooling on a high note after being named one of the 26 recipients of the 2019 Governor of SA Commendation Excellence Awards.
Year 12 can be a tough year at the best of times but Kristy Dang had to overcome more challenges than most to complete her SACE and obtain an ATAR.
With more than 45,000 students and 6100 staff at the State’s 103 Catholic schools now well into the swing of Term 1, Catholic Education SA director DR NEIL McGORAN outlines some major developments happening in 2020.
An automotive apprentice and hair and beauty student have been named the 2019 top students at St Patrick’s Technical College in Edinburgh North.
Catholic Education South Australia has congratulated the ‘Class of 2019’ on their outstanding SACE results that were released today.
Meeting the needs of student learning in the 21st century is contributing to a significant increase in building projects in Catholic schools around metropolitan Adelaide and regional centres.
A unique approach to educating young South Australians who have become disengaged with mainstream schooling is being expanded by Catholic entity Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA).
Hundreds of Playford City families have welcomed an early Christmas present thanks to three Catholic primary schools announcing fee reductions for 2020.
Emilio Mammone’s love of drawing and making things was evident from an early age but his parents say it is the “amazing support” he received at Blackfriars Priory School that has enabled him to make the most of his exceptional artistic talents.
Gardening, cooking and dancing are just some of the fun ways students from St Paul’s College have been living the values of their school by connecting with people at SCOSA this year.