A colourful badge on their blazers is a daily reminder for students at Blackfriars Priory School that their mental health is important – and there is plenty of support available if they need help.
While they might not be winning every game on the field, Christian Brothers College 1st XVIII football team is leading the game in educating young men about forming respectful relationships and breaking the cycle of domestic violence.
“Refugee Week is a reminder there is no ‘us’ and ‘them’. There is only us, one family, connected in ways we sometimes forget.”
South Australia’s newest Catholic School will open in Two Wells in 2021. The school will be a campus of Xavier College, and will cater for students from Reception to Year 12. The school will open in 2021 with students from Reception to Year 6 and will progressively cater for all year levels.
Attending some of the World Cup women’s soccer games in France provided plenty of inspiration and motivation for 14-year-old Hayley Needs when she represented South Australia at the national youth championships in July.
St Patrick’s Technical College is celebrating the announcement that it has three finalists in this year’s prestigious SA Training Awards.
They rolled the dice but Mercedes College students have learned that homelessness is no game.
Student leaders at Stella Maris Primary School decided to plan a pyjama day to raise funds for the Vinnies Winter Appeal.
Three Catholic school students are preparing for a study tour to Vietnam in September following their success in the annual Anzac Spirit School Prize.
Two students from SA Catholic schools have talked their way into the national final of the Rostrum Voice of Youth competition being held later this month.
Students at Bordertown High School learnt about ethical fashion and workers’ rights at a seminar conducted by the Catholic Office for Youth and Young Adults (COYYA) this month.