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Captivate shines during spectacular showcase performance!

Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta students had the opportunity to shine when the Captivate performing and creative arts program recently hosted its 10th Anniversary Showcase at Quaycentre, Sydney Olympic Park. Read more...

Time for Toast at St Clare's!

As a way of ensuring all students have a healthy start to their day, St Clare’s Catholic High School, Hassall Grove recently began a breakfast program called ‘Time for Toast’. Read more...

New Principal announced for St Clare's

It is with great pleasure that we announce the appointment of Kevin Jones as the new Principal of St Clare's Catholic High School commencing Term 4, 2018. Kevin is currently the Principal of Bede Polding College. Read more...

Lenten Message 2018 - Most Rev Vincent Long OFM Conv

Most Rev Vincent Long OFM Conv reminds us that with the celebration of Ash Wednesday, we begin a season of Lent which is meant to be a journey of renewal and transformation. Read more...

Passion for maths

Congratulations to our Math teachers Mr Geribo, Mrs Brakenbury and Mrs McArdle who delivered an inspiring and passionate presentation on students persistence in mathematics. Read more...

Students to dazzle in Artistic Showcase

An Artistic Showcase will be staged on 15 November, from 6pm- 9pm allowing students to display their artwork as well perform music and dancing. Read more...

Cyber safety comes first

Parents concerned of their children’s technology use can learn more about cyber safety through the eSafety Commissioner’s new guide. Here you can find out more for using safety settings on your family’s web-connected devices, and tips for choosing movies and games. There is also and strategies for keeping young people safe online. Read more...

Laptops to replace iPads in class

St Clare’s is moving away from iPads and will be using laptops instead because of the disruption and interruptions to learning in classrooms. Whilst iPads are a fantastic resource, the apps that the students have on such devices are becoming a problem, and the smaller screen size is also an issue. Read more...

Students speak out on national TV

Congratulations to all the students who spoke out on a recent SBS news program about gender inequality. Ninety-eight per cent of Australian school aged girls believe they are treated unfairly when compared to the treatment of boys who are the same age, a survey commissioned by Plan International has found. Read more...

2017 Athletics Carnival

The St Clare's Catholic High School annual Athletics Carnival was held on Wednesday, 26 July, 2017 in glorious conditions. A huge number of students competed giving their all in a number of track and field events. Good luck to those who qualified for the PDSSA carnival! Click here to view and download photos from the day.