From a sleepover to raise money for the homeless, to running on the field with the Crows... Catholic school students have been busy in recent months.
Kildare College was named ‘overall winner’ at a recent heat of the Science and Engineering Challenge event, a nationwide STEM outreach program, presented by the University of Newcastle and held at Flinders University.
St Patrick’s Technical College Year 11 lifestyle and hospitality students have been sewing quilts for the Northern Domestic Violence Service.
Members of the school community, past principals, students, teachers, Bridgewater parishioners and Dominican Sisters gathered to celebrate 70 years of St Catherine’s School on August 18.
St Joseph’s School, Port Lincoln, celebrated the feast of St Mary of the Cross MacKillop on August 8 with Mass and an afternoon of fundraising.
Tenison Woods College students recently spent a day with Suncorp Super Netball athletes Erin Bell and Maddy Proud as part of the college’s High Performance Sports Program.
Despite the depressing youth unemployment figures and the impending closure of the Holden factory in Elizabeth, St Patrick’s Technical College continues to be a shining light for employment and training outcomes for youth living in northern Adelaide.
The future of education at Christian Brothers College will be cutting edge and include a purpose-built astronomy observatory and ecological roof deck classroom.
St Margaret Mary’s School in Croydon Park has been making vegetable soup for those less fortunate and in need of some warmth this winter.
More than 4000 students from Years 10 and 11 attended the annual Research Project Student Expo held at the Adelaide Showground on August 8 and 9.