Changes to Commonwealth funding for non-government schools have been welcomed by the Catholic education sector.
The opening of a new Catholic Reception to Year 6 school at Hove has moved a step closer following the appointment of Amanda Parslow as the principal.
The story of two brothers from Pinnaroo who fought and died in a battle in Boullecourt, France, provided the inspiration for a Kildare College student’s winning entry in the 2018 Premier’s ANZAC Spirit School Prize.
Innate curiosity and an interest in science from a young age has led St Ignatius’ College student Silas Hansch-Maher on the path to the national finals of the Australian Brain Bee Challenge (ABBC).
A keen footballer, CBC Year 10 student Adon Cousins is working hard to set himself up in a career in the sports industry and he is gaining plenty of inspiration from his older brother Simon who is kicking goals in the medical world.
Christian Brothers College, a Birth–Year 12 school for boys, belongs to a family of Christian Brothers’ Schools in Australia, and throughout the world, who for the past 200 years have followed the vision of Blessed Edmund Ignatius Rice, the founder of the Christian Brothers.
A sea of purple and white flooded St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral and Wakefield Street on August 15 as approximately 1100 students, staff, old scholars and special guests celebrated the college’s 140th anniversary.
Students are in fine voice and ready to sing up a storm at the annual Catholic Schools Music Festival next month.
Students from Rostrevor College put in the hard yards this month, all in the name of raising awareness about the value of human life and respect for women, while also raising money for charities.
St Patrick’s Technical College is ‘rocking out’ to the achievement of one of its students.
Senior students are getting hands-on experience in the trade of their choice and setting themselves up for an apprenticeship, traineeship or employed work, thanks to programs on offer at the Rosewater Trade Training Centre.