Flying start to cricket season

The 2018 cricket season is off to a flier of a start. Former student Riley Meredith (GYC 2014) is making a name for himself in Tasmanian teams (most recently the Hurricanes and the Sheffield Shield team) while current Year 12 student Keegan Oates was named 13th man for the Australian squad that played an international…

Meningococcal W vaccination program – catch-up

Students who did not receive a Meningococcal W vaccine in 2017 are encouraged to have one this year. The Tasmanian Government is funding free meningococcal W vaccine in Term 1 for all students in Year 10 and for those students in Years 11 and 12 who did not receive the vaccine in 2017. The vaccine…

Ash Wednesday

  Both Campuses held Ash Wednesday prayer services to mark the beginning of Lent. All students and staff were invited to be marked on the forehead with ash in the sign of the cross. All were also invited to contribute to the Caritas Australia Project Compassion appeal. HOBART    St Mary’s Cathedral Administrator Fr Shammi Perera,…

Year 7 enrolment process

To assist families with the transition process from primary to secondary schools the 2018 Year 7 enrolment process has been broadened to allow families of students in Years 5 and 6 to commence the enrolment process for Year 7 in Catholic education. Therefore, advertisements will be circulated shortly opening up the enrolment process for Year…

Catholic Education and the State Election

Our Catholic schools are partners in Tasmania’s future In the lead-up to the 3 March 2018 State election, the Tasmanian Catholic Education Commission, the Tasmanian Catholic School Parents Council and the Director of Catholic Education sent a joint letter to four political parties (Liberal, Labor, the Jacqui Lambie Network and the Greens) requesting their party’s…