An Automotive apprentice and an Information Technology student have been named the 2020 top students at St Patrick’s Technical College.
Finding a school that is a “great fit” for your child is reassuring for any parent. So, for Elise and David Leonard, the discovery that Rostrevor College could meet the diverse learning, creative and sporting needs of all seven of their sons, was a great comfort.
St Aloysius College Year 9 student Angelica Alfaro has been named the inaugural winner of the Zoe Hosking Memorial Award.
After what has been a difficult year, Catholic colleges around the State are celebrating the outstanding achievements – and resilience – of the Class of 2020.
The development of the Western Technical College (WTC) at Rosewater will provide a boost in skilled apprentices able to fill the shortfall in a number of key industries in South Australia.
‘Gratitude, Empathy and Mindfulness’ will be the focus for students at St Joseph’s School, Murray Bridge, next year as they introduce a program aimed at building student wellbeing and resilience.
The horrors of Halloween have come to life in a book produced by Year 5 Blackfriars student Oscar Bourner.
An inaugural ‘head of village’ has been appointed for the new Catholic Northern Adelaide Education and Community Services Village, which is set to open at Davoren Park in 2022.
Students and staff from 13 Catholic schools in the Port Pirie Diocese gathered at St Mark’s College to farewell Bishop Greg O'Kelly SJ prior to his official retirement last month.
A St Mary’s College old scholar has used her artistic talents – and hours of spare time during lockdown – to illustrate a new book that explains the COVID-19 pandemic to young children.
As more than 3300 Year 12 Catholic school students undertake their SACE exams and prepare to end what has been arguably the most challenging final year of school ever, they have been commended for their “determination and adaptability”.