St Patrick’s Technical College’s first intake of students studying information technology have logged on for the first time.
Former music teacher Helen Riekie is determined to keep the Dominican spirit alive as she takes on her new role as principal of Cabra Dominican College.
Excitement is building at Sacred Heart College Middle School as demolition work continues on the Mitchell Park site to make way for a new co-educational campus.
Students from 14 Catholic schools in the western suburbs participated in the launch of Caritas Australia’s 2018 Project Compassion Lenten appeal this month.
Twins Ava and Lachlan Cannard were excited to be part of the history making Year 7 cohort which started at Gleeson College this week.
Tackling Year 12 can be daunting at the best of times, but spare a thought for those students who have to manage their final year of secondary study while living hundreds of kilometres from their family.
Managing the after effects of surgeries to overcome a rare form of cancer would be reason enough for most students to put their Year 12 studies on hold. However, despite the physical and emotional strain of dealing with her health issues, Tessa McHugh was determined to finish her secondary schooling with her friends at Xavier College.
There was no time to sit idle over the Christmas holidays for more than 50 students from St Patrick’s Technical College who have secured apprenticeships since graduating.
Glenelg parishioner and St Aloysius College graduate Clare Peterson had her work cut out for her in Year 12 but not just because of her studies.
Coffee is proving to be a popular and inspiring fund-raising conduit for innovative ecological action projects in South Australian schools.
If you take a walk around the Star of the Sea School at Henley Beach you will probably be surprised by two things – the lack of rubbish in the yard and the fact there are NO bins!