St Patrick’s Technical College has been chosen as one of 39 destinations around the world to be part of the Lexus Melbourne Cup Tour in 2019.
St Joseph’s School at Murray Bridge has launched an environmental charter as part of its celebrations for Catholic Education Week.
South Australian Catholic schools celebrated Reconciliation Week from May 27 to June 3, including students from St Monica’s Parish School at Walkerville who continued their involvement in the Aboriginal Cultural Residency Program.
Four years on from the launch of Laudato Si’ – Pope Francis’ passionate call to all people of the world to take “swift and unified global action” to protect the environment, Catholic students in South Australia are continuing to embrace his message.
The National Catholic Education Commission (NCEC) and Catholic Education South Australia (CESA) have called on political parties to support Catholic schools.
Students at Our Lady of the Visitation School at Taperoo let their imaginations run wild when they created an Easter egg retrieving robot for their entry in the annual Bricks and Bots competition held last month.
From the State’s Far West Coast to the bright lights of the Big Apple, budding young guitarist Jaquan Scott has played to audiences thousands of kilometres from his hometown of Ceduna.
Students at St Aloysius College are helping to change the lives of the ‘brightest and poorest’ children in Tanzania, a school assembly heard last month.
Groovy, psychedelic, with a touch of cartoon element and plenty of colour and detail…that’s how internationally-commissioned street artist Aaron (Azzy) Batic describes his latest works that are transforming the walls of Christian Brothers College.
It was the first Catholic school/church in the Glenelg district and with a history rich in the traditions of the Josephites and Dominicans, St Mary’s Memorial is now preparing to celebrate its 150th anniversary.