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Caroline Chisholm Catholic College Online Newsletter

15 September 2017

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A group of Braybrook students is taking part in a pilot project to provide food for the disadvantaged as part of their school curriculum.

Almost 20, year 10 VCAL students from Caroline Chisholm Catholic College are involved in the 10-week Garden Collective project which aims to grow and harvest leafy greens and vegetables for the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre which has a base in...

As it enters semester two, Caroline Chisholm Catholic College in Braybrook has plenty of excitement in store for the 1500 students enrolled across its three campuses.

Principal Marco DiCesare says the community is very welcome to be a part of it....<Read more>

School principals have one of the busiest jobs going, but Marco Di Cesare doesn’t let that get in the way of having a personal impact in every area of his school....<read more>

Alice Su’s father told her getting married and having children should be her priorities in life. “Dad is Chinese and mum is Vietnamese and they have very traditional views, they told me not to be too out-there, not to be too outspoken,” she said...<read more>

In the Media: Teen on the write track

A TEENAGER who stopped to smell the roses has been richly rewarded. Cindy Ta, 17, from Sunshine, is one of nine budding authors short-listed for the Williamstown Literary Festival’s Young Adas Short Story Prize....<read more>

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