Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College graduate Svetlana Dias was one of the ‘star’ performers of Catholic education in 2018.
The largest ever gathering of Catholic educators in South Australia took over the Adelaide Entertainment Centre last month.
The start of the 2019 school year heralded significant change for Catholic education with record numbers of Year 7 students going into secondary schools and the offering of a mid-year intake by primary schools.
Selina Foat couldn’t be happier about the opening of the new Alive Early Care and Learning Centre at Parafield Gardens, co-located with Holy Family Catholic School where her son Johnny, 6, attends school.
The largest ever gathering of Catholic educators in South Australia will take over the Adelaide Entertainment Centre today.
The presentation of the Tony Quinn Gift to two outstanding students at Star of the Sea School held special significance last year.
A friendship with an autistic child and a life experience in Fiji have provided the clarity, focus and inspiration for a Kildare College 2018 graduate to pursue a career as a teacher working with special needs children.
Juliette Knighton from St Martin's Catholic Primary School at Greenacres might be considering a career in the field of science following her success in last year’s International Competition Assessment for Schools (ICAS) competition.
Promoting empathy and respect for older Australians has earned Rostrevor College student Nathan McCarthy a Student Citizenship Award from the Order of Australia Association.
A drone that detects people who are being ‘helpful and good’, a microchip implanted at birth to record kind deeds and a device that purifies dirty water – these were just some of the creative ideas for ‘peace machines’ currently on display in Adelaide.
The outstanding academic and community achievements of six students from Catholic schools have been recognised after they were named 2018 Governor of South Australia Commendation Excellence Award recipients.