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Construction underway for Toowoomba schools administration building

New building plans

THE quiet, timeworn halls of the former Toowoomba South State School were humming with activity once again as work began on a central administration building for Toowoomba Catholic Schools. Toowoomba diocese bought the heritage-listed site in 2015. The diocese named the site’s central location and proximity to existing church buildings, St Patrick’s Cathedral and Parish centre, as key reasons for ... Read More »

St Rita’s rising water polo stars seize gold in New Zealand

Water polo team

SIX students from St Rita’s College, Clayfield are swimming with pride after they represented their school and their state admirably, seizing a string of victories in the Pan Pacific Youth Water Polo festival in Auckland, New Zealand. Lily Carrick, Olivia Camilleri, Amelia Watt, Horatia Schlect, Murphi Merrick and Lorena Turco represented Queensland in the Under 14 and under 18 teams, ... Read More »

New Cairns school MacKillop Catholic College a one-stop birth to Year 12 solution

MacKillop College in Cairns

PLANS are going ahead as MacKillop Catholic College, Mount Peter, sets itself up to be the birth-to-Year 12 solution for families in the Cairns southern growth corridor by 2025. Catholic Early Learning and Care, Mount Peter, has plans for mid-year construction in readiness for an early 2019 opening. Year 7 will open in 2020 with Year 12 being available by ... Read More »

Year 6 students build website to help peers with classroom IT issues

Lucas Want and Braeden Gates with their websites

“WE are straight on to it because we know ‘you’ need to get back-up online as soon as possible” – the words students want to hear from the IT department or Help Desk when an Internet problem arises. However, at Southern Cross Catholic College (SCCC) it was Year 6 students Lucas Want and Braeden Gates who were providing the solution ... Read More »

Capalaba students forge new friendships with French students

St Luke's Capalaba students

A SHORT film commemorating events that took place in a small town in northern France 100 years ago is helping forge new friendships between two schools on opposite sides of the world. The film “Do Not Forget Australia, the duty of remembrance in Villers-Bretonneux” inspired Year 3 students at St Luke’s School, Capalaba, to put pen to paper and write to ... Read More »

Queensland netball fired up in Townsville

Chanel College netball

STUDENTS from across the state gathered at Ryan Catholic College, Townsville, for the 2018 Queensland Independent Secondary Schools Netball carnival. This year’s carnival was officially opened on July 1 and concluded on July 6. St Mary’s Catholic College, Cairns defeated St Mary’s Catholic College, Kingaroy 16-15 to close out the division 1 competition and lift the Jemma Mi Mi Shield. ... Read More »

St Mary’s claims Confraternity shield with inspiration from Johnathan Thurston

St Mary's game

ST Mary’s College, Toowoomba, matched the precision of its best-known modern rugby league graduate when it stormed to victory in the Confraternity Shield final in Charters Towers last week. St Mary’s 42-6 win over St Peter Claver College, Riverview, delivered south-east Queensland its first Confraternity Shield in 13 years and highlighted another strong batch of young players from the Darling ... Read More »

St Mary’s students reaching out

Year 3 class at St Mary's with their removal cartons of items

MAKING a difference to people experiencing homelessness has motivated a Year 3 class at St Mary’s Primary School, Rockhampton to dig deep and donate an astonishing amount of essential items for Rockhampton Regional Council’s Homeless Connect event to be held in Rockhampton on July 26. It took under a fortnight for this class of 27 generous students to fill 21 ... Read More »

Marymount rugby league team works hard for Titans Cup win

Marymount Makos team following Titans Cup victory

A HARD-earned victory was seized by Marymount College, Burleigh Waters, over Keebra Park State High School, Southport, for the Titans Cup rugby league grand final on June 20. The final score line was a decisive 52-6. The Marymount Makos scored an early try through team captain and hooker Cole Geyer but, due to some miscommunication, let Keebra back into the ... Read More »

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