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Nazareth vision shines


The 10th anniversary celebrations at Nazareth Catholic Community came to a colourful close with an art exhibition and thankyou event held at the western suburbs school.

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In 2007, three Catholic primary schools amalgamated with Siena College leading to the establishment of the Nazareth Catholic Community, encompassing an R-12 college, early childhood centre, community services programs and Our Lady of the Manger Church.

Supporters, sponsors and partners who played an integral part in the development of the Nazareth Catholic Community attended the thankyou evening which featured live music by senior vocal jazz students.

The annual art exhibition showcased the talents of secondary visual art and design students.

Director Michael Dahl said one of the key achievements over the past decade was the development of Nazareth’s distinct identity and its strong sense of community.

He said the community engaged with people ‘across the lifespan’ with weekly playgroups, ‘fun moves’ programs, ‘wise owls’ activities, refugee support, community cafes, graduate programs, and partnerships with the universities.


Music was provided by senior jazz students.



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