Groovy, psychedelic, with a touch of cartoon element and plenty of colour and detail…that’s how internationally-commissioned street artist Aaron (Azzy) Batic describes his latest works that are transforming the walls of Christian Brothers College.
It was the first Catholic school/church in the Glenelg district and with a history rich in the traditions of the Josephites and Dominicans, St Mary’s Memorial is now preparing to celebrate its 150th anniversary.
Students at St Patrick’s Technical College are living out their faith through action by providing a free barbecue lunch for people in need.
As their muscles ached and their balance wavered while skiing the length of the River Murray in South Australia, brothers Andrew and Oscar Klose remained determined to achieve their goal in support of long-held friendships and an important cause.
Besides welcoming the start of the new school year, staff and students at Gleeson College had extra cause for celebration as they recognised a significant milestone in January.
A north western suburbs school has come under the international spotlight for the work it is doing to improve assessment processes to enhance personalised learning plans for each of its students.
Long-standing principal of Mercedes College, Peter Daw, has announced he will retire at the end of the second school term.
Twelve years after it was established Nazareth Catholic Community is entering an exciting new era, according to its new director, Ann Bliss.
A new $2.3 million music centre at Cabra Dominican College has been named after Sr Thérèse Sweeney who attended Cabra and then taught at the school.
A striking and creative glass painting of Blessed Edmund Rice by Rostrevor College student Daniel Dosen will feature in a showcase of some of the State’s brightest young artists which opens in March.