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Futures & Careers Expo

In conjunction with the 2019 Subject Selection process, all current Year 9, 10 & 11 students were required to attend the Futures & Careers Expo on Wednesday, 8 August in the Middle School. Current Year 12 students were also required to attend the Expo to gain information and insight into post-school options. The evening was a success with a fantastic turn-out...

CyberParent Web App

The Australian Multicultural Foundation has launched a web app called CyberParent which encourages safe and healthy internet use in Australian homes. CyberParent equips parents with the knowledge and confidence to identify early warning signs and seek appropriate support from Australian service providers. CyberParent can be accessed by all devices that have an internet connection, however, it is optimised for tablets...

Kyla-Jo Dudojc: Shining Bright like a Diamond

Kyla-Jo Dudojc Awarded for Netball Brilliance Year 6 student Kyla-Jo Dudojc knows what it takes to be a sporting champ – hard work, persistence and devotion. On Tuesday, 20 March, the 11 year old was recognised for her talents and aptitude in the fast-paced game of netball. Kyla-Jo was awarded the South Australian District Netball Association’s (SADNA) Umpire’s Best Player...

The Carly Ryan Foundation: Online Safety Presentation

St Columba College presents The Carly Ryan Foundation 'Online Safety Presentation' on Wednesday, 23 May from 7:00pm to 8:30pm, in the Middle School Auditorium. Parking is through Gate 1 on President Avenue. This is a FREE event. To book online, click here - Online Registrations! Presented by Sonya Ryan, CEO of The Carly Ryan Foundation, the presentation is for parents,...

Principal’s Report: Term 4, Week 7

Dear Parents and Caregivers, Welcome to the final edition of the Coracle for the year. In the past week we have held the Carols Night and the Senior School Prayer and Presentation Evening. Thank you so much to all our families for your support of the Carols Night. Our thanks go to the Junior and Middle School Choirs and to...

Religious Heart of the College

Volunteers Liturgy It was a privilege to welcome our Volunteers to a liturgy to thank them for all the hard work they do. These people give freely and generously of their time and talents so that staff, students and other parents are supported, encouraged and enriched by their generosity. The benefit to our school is huge and it is important...

Principal’s Report: Term 4, Week 5

Dear Parents and Caregivers, This year we have reviewed our Student Personal Responsibility Policy. A draft document has been formulated. A key focus of the policy is to provide a clear overview of our approach to support all students to make responsible decisions and choices. Each day students interact and engage with a range of people; peers, staff, visitors and...

Religious Heart of the College

Operation Christmas Angel No doubt the sight of the Christmas decorations in the shops has sparked the idea of presents, family gatherings and too much food. For some in our community, however, this has bought about a sense of dread at not being able to provide for their family. It is sometimes easy to forget, that as a group, we...

Principal’s Report: Term 4, Week 3

Dear Parents and Caregivers, Last Friday, we farewelled our Year 12s as they completed their formal education at the College. We began the morning at 7:30am with a staff-cooked breakfast, which was followed by Mass with members of their family. Graduating from school brings a range of emotions for everyone involved especially for the students themselves; happiness, joy, sadness or...