Some of this year’s top HSC achievers cited the warm, caring environment and academic rigour of their Sydney Catholic school as reasons for their success.
Marist College Eastwood student James Coulson has been accepted to the Sydney Conservatorium of Music after studying Music 2 through Sydney Catholic Schools’ ViVA! program.
Marist College Eastwood has received an award for its commitment to driver safety education.
Musician and youth minister Steph Unger outlined some ideas to get students involved and inspired in the Year of Youth.
Sydney Catholic secondary schools will offer combined classes for students to study Dance, Drama, and Music HSC courses in 2018.
Marist College Eastwood’s rugby and football teams have returned from a comprehensive sports tour of Europe.
A CaSPA student drama ensemble has taken less than 40 hours to bring Shakespearian tragedy Julius Caesar to life for a peer audience.
A strong sense of faith and social justice were the common thread for the 48 exceptional Year 12 students from Sydney Catholic secondary schools honoured at St Mary’s Cathedral.
The Archdiocese of Sydney opens a new “future oriented” school.
Marist College Eastwood students praise their dedicated teachers for outstanding HSC results.