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Apr 2019 '19
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Recycling has its rewards

STUDENTS at St Columba's School, Wilston, have been learning about recycling and earning some dollars while doing it.
Apr 2019 '19
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Governor General visits St William's

GOVENOR General Sir Peter Cosgrove paid a surprise visit to St William's School, Grovely, during what could be his last visit to Brisbane before his retirement later this year.
Apr 2019 '19
2nd

Southern Cross student serenaded by pop idol

STANDING in front of 18,000 screaming people is something Southern Cross Catholic College, Scarborough, student Lola McLoughlin will never forget.
Mar 2019 '19
29th

Principal to take on Kokoda Track

ST Oliver Plunkett School, Cannon Hill, principal Paul Blinkhoff is about to take on the challenge of a lifetime - walking in the footsteps of Anzacs who defended the treacherous 96-kilometer Kokoda Track in WWII.
Mar 2019 '19
27th

King Wally inspires resilience in Mt Maria students

MT Maria College, Mitchelton, welcomed NRL "king" Wally Lewis to help celebrate Purple Day, a global initiative dedicated to raising epilepsy awareness.
Mar 2019 '19
25th

Trinity College signs up to CODA student's other world

EVERY day when Stella Pratt enters Trinity College, Beenleigh, it's a whole new world for the Year 11 student.
Mar 2019 '19
22nd

Unsung hero recognised and rewarded

WORKING with and inspiring students at St Patricks College, Gympie, is something teacher aide, Kerri Senini, excels at.
Mar 2019 '19
20th

Harmony day a celebration of identity and culture

STUDENTS at St Peter Claver College, Riverview, have sent messages of love and hope to the people of Christchurch following the college's Harmony Day celebrations.
Mar 2019 '19
15th

Amazing Grace to sing for Anzacs in France

SONGBIRD Grace Elliott is warming up her vocal chords for the trip of a lifetime.
Mar 2019 '19
13th

Showing the love to Townsville

BRISBANE Catholic Education's schools and offices dug deep to raise more than $110,000 for victims of Townsville's floods.
Mar 2019 '19
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Mar 2019 '19
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Team Planet on a mission to clean up

IMPROVING the environment was a priority for the newly-formed Team Planet at St William's School, Grovely, on Clean Up Australia Day
Mar 2019 '19
6th

Schools get behind Project Compassion

HUNDREDS of primary and secondary students from across Brisbane Archdiocese descended on St Stephen's Cathedral for the launch of Project Compassion and the famous pancake races.
Mar 2019 '19
5th

Apology anniversary gathering a memorable experience for students

A GROUP of students from Mt Maria College, Mitchelton, were honoured to attend the 11th anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations at St Rita's College, Clayfield.
Feb 2019 '19
28th

Stage 2 blessed and opened at McAuley College

WILD winds whipped up by Cyclone Oma could not stop the blessing and official opening of Stage Two at McAuley College, Beaudesert.
Feb 2019 '19
26th

Emmaus students take on best in show ring

STUDENTS at Emmaus College, Jimboomba, have been making a name for themselves on the agriculture show circuit thanks to a partnership with Lake Moogerah Droughtmasters cattle stud.
Feb 2019 '19
21st

30 years of service recognised

IN today's fast-paced, ever-changing world, it's rare to meet someone who has served three decades in one place of employment, but that's not the case at St John Fisher College, Bracken Ridge.
Feb 2019 '19
18th

Globetrotters slam-dunk positive message

STUDENTS at St Agnes School, Mt Gravatt, were amazed and excited when they welcomed two special visitors from the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters.
Feb 2019 '19
14th

San Sisto teacher receives national literary award

SAN Sisto College, Carina, teacher and author Richard Yaxley has a lot to live up to with his next novel.
Feb 2019 '19
11th

Staff urged to build a more just world

FATHER Frank Brennan challenged staff at Aquinas College, Ashmore, to "get their hands dirty!" when it came to Social Justice issues.
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