Over 47,500 students and staff in Catholic schools as well as Catholic Education Office and Chancery staff will pray the Angelus at noon daily as a sign of ‘unity, reverence and dignity’.
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For the first time in history, Tierney Marary from St Clare's College, Waverley was one of five first place-getters in a remarkable 5-way tie for First in Course honours in Studies of Religion One.
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Marcellin College Randwick Dux and UNSW Headmaster’s Scholarship winner Christopher Goutama has blitzed his HSC exams, scoring a band six in all of his seven HSC subjects. His ATAR was an astonishing 99.25.
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HSC Visual Arts students have assembled an impressive portfolio that will showcase their artistic talents and technical abilities in one of the most competitive exhibitions.
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Sydney Catholic schools celebrated one of their best-ever HSC results in 2012, with 71.5 percent of all subjects recording grades above the NSW State average, up from 67 percent in 2010.
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Catholic schools in the Diocese of Parramatta have seen some outstanding results in this year’s Higher School Certificate (HSC) with a number of schools making significant improvements in their overall results.
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On Tuesday 11 December, Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced Gilroy Catholic College, Castle Hill teacher, Mark O’Connor as the winner of the ‘Who’s your favourite teacher?’ competition.
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On Tuesday 11 December, parents and teachers from Catholic schools across the Diocese of Parramatta, were united in their opposition to the NSW Government’s plan to cut $1.7 billion from school funding.
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On Tuesday 16 October, Palms Australia honoured Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta and the Catholic Schools Office, Diocese of Broken Bay with a ‘Development through Relationship’ Award at the Palms Australia Solidarity Awards.
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Bishop Anthony Fisher OP has announced the 2012 Brother John Taylor Award has been won by Dr John DeCourcy, Director of Strategic Accountabilities Services from Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta.
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