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  • Western Sydney Catholic school students number one in HSC

    Three Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta (CEDP) students have achieved ‘First in Course’ recognition in the 2018 HSC. CEDP Director Greg Whitby is very proud of the ‘Class of 2018’, with strong results in the ‘All Rounders’ and ‘Distinguished Achievers’ lists and Parramatta Marist High the top Catholic system school in NSW.
  • Nagle College has been revealed as Blacktown’s highest ranked school in the 2018 HSC

    The full list of school results from this year’s course was released on Thursday, with girls-only Nagle College listed as NSW’s 228th best performing school. Its students raked in 42 high scores — or Band 6s — from 623 entries. Read more...
  • Students embrace Indigenous cultural journey

    Around 40 students from 10 Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta schools attended the third annual Murama Youth Summit for a deeper appreciation of Indigenous culture and to learn how to keep culture alive! Read more...
  • Holy Family Emerton gymnastic champions

    Holy Family Primary, Emerton received its best result ever at the recent Diocese of Parramatta Gymnastic Championships, walking away as the best performing team of 10 in the blue division. Read more...
  • Arguing the case

    Travelling to Hawaii to meet a humanoid robot called Sophia, two students at Llandilo’s Xavier Catholic College have become more knowledgeable about technology, tourism and artificial intelligence. Read more...
  • St Canice’s Sisters in Stone!

    St Canice’s Primary, Katoomba has adopted a school totem inspired by Blue Mountains landmark, the Three Sisters. The move is part of a project aimed at helping this local community understand its Aboriginal culture. Read more...
  • Kindness is The Way

    For students and staff of Our Lady of the Way (OLW) Primary, Emu Plains, kindness is a natural part of school life. It makes sense that celebrating World Kindness Day is a significant event on the school calendar! Read more...




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