Winner - Kathleen McPhee Music Scholarship

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21 Apr 2017

Schools celebrate Catholic Education Week

Catholic Schools across the state will celebrate Catholic Education Week from May 12 – 19.

The theme of the campaign is “where every child matters.”

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08 Mar 2017

Local Catholic schools achieve significant NAPLAN gains

Seventeen SA Catholic schools have been recognised for the high gains achieved by students in their NAPLAN scores!

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07 Mar 2017

Celebrating the Marist Bicentenary with the Adelaide Brothers

A gathering to celebrate Mass and acknowledge the Marist Bicentenary.

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06 Mar 2017

Youth provide input on Indigenous Australians and the Constitution

Local Christian Brothers College student Daniel Malcolm is one of 120 Year 11 and 12 students selected to participate in the 22nd National Schools Constitutional Convention, being held at The Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House in Canberra from 15 - 17 March 2017.

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02 Mar 2017

Arch D Radio Award winners

Catholic youth radio celebrated it’s ‘night of nights’ with the 3rd annual Arch D Radio Awards

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28 Feb 2017

Engaging Parents in Digital Learning

Over 50 parents and their children from Holy Family Catholic School attended a recent workshop to demonstrate the use of their child’s Macbook for learning. 

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21 Feb 2017

Project Compassion Schools Launch

Today Cardijn College hosted celebration to Launch of Project Compassion for the lenten period of 2017, on behalf of the Southern Vales Region...

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20 Feb 2017

'Mini Vinnies' raise funds for St Vincent de Paul

This year’s group of Mini Vinnies from St Francis of Assisi will play a major part in raising funds for the St Vincent de Paul Society by co-ordinating school fundraising events...

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09 Feb 2017

Sacred Places by Loreto

Sacred Places Art by Loreto girls exhibited at Catholic Education Office - Exhibiting student art celebrates the fresh perspectives of young minds and the future they represent.

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