Over 200 years, Catholic schools have educated millions of Australian students.
Explore our website to see just some of the moments from generations past and our school communities as they are today.
Tell us what’s happening in your state, territory or school community to celebrate 200 years of Catholic education.
Catholic Education Diocese of Wollongong is hosting their Catholic Schools Week from 1 to 7 March 2021. Catholic Schools Week aims to raise awareness and celebrate the strengths and distinctiveness
Catholic Education Northern Territory will host an official launch to kick off the 200 years celebrations on 1 March 2021. The launch will be held at St Mary’s Cathedral, which
During Catholic Schools Week (1 – 7 March), Catholic Education Diocese of Wollongong will officially launch its 200 year celebrations with school liturgies, historic games and learning activities. Parents, carers
Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools will hold Catholic Education Week from 14–21 March, which will include celebrations for the 200 years of Catholic Education in Australia. Photo: Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools.
Sydney Catholic Schools is holding their inaugural ‘Celebrating Sydney Catholic Schools’ event from 21 – 26 March 2021. Photo: Students at St Fiacre’s Catholic Primary School Leichhardt, Sydney Catholic Schools.
Our 1,751 Catholic schools across Australia are distinct and diverse. From metropolitan cities to rural, regional and remote parts of Australia, our schools meet the individual needs of their students differently, but with the same shared mission of an excellent, faith-based education.
On our Resources page there are a list of suggested activities so diocesan and school communities can celebrate the Bicentenary of Catholic education in their own distinct ways.