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Evert a success with students and parents

Despite recent controversy, international author and speaker Jason Evert began his time down under speaking to more than 1500 students and parents across Sydney to with positive responses from both parties.

Sydney Catholic Schools’ survey of religious attitudes and practices – what...

A biennial survey of thousands of Sydney Catholic Schools students provides important insights into the ‘religiosity’ of young people.

Alex’s journey across Christianity to Catholicism

From Eastern Orthodoxy to Pentecostalism to Catholicism, Alex Limneos has found his spiritual home and is now helping the next generation of young Catholics find theirs.

St Joseph Roseberry opens its doors

A new era has officially begun at St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Rosebery with the school opening its doors for the first time this week.

Wanderers kick off new partnership

The Western Sydney Wanderers and Sydney Catholic Schools are kicking off a new partnership to provide students with a range of programs and services to heighten their football skills.

Donkey’s tale a hit in Holy Week

In the leadup to Easter, students at St Michael’s Daceyville honed their drama skills to perform a live rendition of author Anthony Salame’s ‘The Messiah’s Donkey.’

Fifteen years of faith-filled service

A global search will commence for a new Executive Director for Sydney Catholic Schools following the decision of Mr Tony Farley not to continue in the role at the end of his five-year term.

John Bosco debuts with handball wins

St John Bosco College, Engadine has launched its all-abilities sports program for students, joining dozens of schools already involved in the program.

Talent ID programs unlock student potential through sports

Talent identification programs are one of many opportunities offered for students who show a promising career in their sporting field, such as cricket or rugby.

Students setting new records at the secondary conference swimming carnivals

More than 1000 Sydney Catholic Schools students dove into a series of four secondary conference swimming carnivals which ends this month.

Archbishop Fisher tells student leaders to beware of ideological camps

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP invited Year 12 leaders across Sydney Catholic Schools to discuss their most burning questions on faith, the church and leadership.

2024 Trial Season has begun for Sydney Catholic Schools primary students

Primary trials for the 2024 season have officially begun, with hundreds of students hoping to advance to the next round of competition
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