About Catholic Schools began in 1977 to give voice to education developments within Sydney Catholic Schools. Few knew then how much would change.
De La Salle graduate Stephanie Hession’s ‘cultural overload’ has made ARTEXPRESS.
Champagnat Catholic College students were ready when their HSC Biology exam held questions about a new human ancestor species announced in 2015.
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Kensington students speak about their ultimate study buddy – a twin sister.
More than 4,500 Sydney Catholic school students will sit the HSC in 2016, the qualification’s 50th year.
Choosing elective subjects is a chance for some to hone the skills they have naturally, while others are guided by future career and study pathways.
Research proves a smooth transition to school sets children up for educational success throughout their life.
Datu Bethke’s short film will show with the best HSC Drama individual projects of 2015.
Proficient in eight instruments and unearthed by Triple J, De La Salle Ashfield graduate Yianni Adams can add an Encore nomination to his list of musical achievements.
Taking the school motto ‘Striving for Excellence’ seriously has paid off for All Saints Senior College students in their HSC year.