Mercedes College students have donated their time to help expecting mothers in Third World countries.
After 19 years of dedicated service and leadership, Laurie Sammut has announced he will retire as principal of St Joseph’s School Payneham.
While Year 12 exams can be stressful at the best of times, Cardijn College’s John Saukuru reveals he managed to find “peace” in all the madness by drawing strength from his Catholic faith.
Gratitude was the overwhelming feeling at the farewell Mass for St Teresa’s School Brighton as the community reflected on 104 years of Catholic education established by the Sisters of Mercy from Broken Hill.
Like a lot of young children, Somayeh Ahmadi dreamed of learning how to fly when she was growing up in Iran.
Social justice and celebrating differences in the world were the themes showcased at a STEM and science event held at Whitefriars Catholic School in September.
Students at St Therese School hosted a special ‘market day’ last term to raise money for those in need in the Solomon Islands, while also honouring their patron saint and the Dominican Sisters.
St Michael’s College has announced it will offer primary co-education beginning with Reception in 2021.
Ecological awareness and helping to save the planet through personal actions and more elaborate plans were the topic of conversation when the Archdiocesan team dropped into the Year 6/7 class at St Joseph’s School, Payneham.
Acts of service go beyond the classroom at St Patrick’s Technical College with the senior secondary school committed to helping those in need.
Xavier College has come under the national spotlight for its positive influence on the education of young learners.