Two Sydney Catholic schools have hosted sign up days for the Aboriginal Birth Certificate Project.
Immersion experiences have introduce Marist North Shore students to the work of Marist communities in Australia and overseas.
Bobby Nader found time to create a not-for-profit organisation between studies for his looming HSC exams.
St Bernard’s Catholic Primary Botany student Jemima Jones has been recognised for her care of others.
While his mates attend schoolies celebrations at the end of the year, James Pelosi will travel to the poorest parts of the Philippines to volunteer with Marist charities.
Primary students from 28 Sydney Catholic schools were inspired to do more to help those in need after attending a…
Bethlehem College Ashfield students have taken a strong and silent approach to raising awareness of the plight of refugees and asylum seekers.
Vivid lyrics and original music scored two Sydney Catholic school students first place in the 2016 Harmony Day songwriting competition.
Shania Coloma drew out the 2016 Harmony Day theme ‘Stop, think and consider others’ beautifully with an interpretation judges gave the green light to win the event’s poster competition.
More than 60 children from a refugee background have had their education financially supported through the Catholic Education Foundation since refugee bursaries were introduced in 2014.