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Please share with family and friends who may be interested in SAC.

Please share with family and friends who may be interested in SAC.

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This is Why Mercy Matters

This is Why Mercy Matters MERCY LIGHT: Leading During the first whole school Mass for 2023, it was announced that the St Aloysius College community would celebrate this as a ‘Year of Blessings’ and reflect on this theme in subsequent liturgical celebrations and events. One way to celebrate blessings is to share them with others […]

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Redevelopment of our Mitchell Courtyard Steps

Redevelopment of our Mitchell Courtyard Steps The redevelopment of our Mitchell Courtyard steps will be completed next year, and we have consulted with parents, students and First Nations elders to guide the design and planning process. Where currently there are broad, tiered, concrete landings, we will create an inviting place to gather, converse and learn […]

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A Wonderful VisitGifts for Sister Janet Mead’s Adelaide Day Centre for Homeless Persons A Wonderful Visit

Gifts for Sister Janet Mead’s Adelaide Day Centre for Homeless Persons   Although the days are warming up and summer looks to be long and hot in Adelaide, Sister Janet Mead’s Adelaide Day Centre is always in need of clothing and blankets for people who seek their support. Last week, middle school students and several staff took donations […]

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Please share with family and friends who may be interested in SAC.

Please share with family and friends who may be interested in SAC.

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A Hub of Festivity: Christmas arrives at 53 Wakefield St

A Hub of Festivity: Christmas arrives at 53 Wakefield St Mercy Light: Connecting There wasn’t a cloud in the sky at dawn on Saturday November 4, a promising start to what would turn out to be an extraordinary day at St Aloysius College. Members of the 53 Wakefield St Hub planning group started trickling through […]

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From the Deputy Principal (Pastoral Care)

From the Deputy Principal (Pastoral Care) As of Term 1 next year, there will be a change to our current Mobile Phone Policy for Year 9 students. Given the success of the change of policy at Year 7 and Year 8, as of next year, we will implement an “Away for the Day” policy at […]

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SAC Changemakers!

SAC Changemakers! Congratulations to Year 10 students Sienna and Retha who recently graduated from the Youth Governor’s Leadership Foundation program. This program helps students to develop into confident and empowered change agents. Together with students from diverse communities across SAC, they plan and implement a project to serve the community. Sienna and Retha are pictured […]

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A Premier Visit for Kennedy

A Premier Visit for Kennedy Students in 6IW were delighted to welcome South Australia’s Premier Peter Malinauskas for a very special surprise visit. Year 6 SRC Representative, Kennedy, wrote to the state’s leader about her election to the student leadership role after 13 attempts, and promising her classmates that she’d contact him as their student […]

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Spring is in the air and poetry is blooming at SAC

Spring is in the air and poetry is blooming at SAC On Saturday 28 October the South Australian English Teachers Association (SAETA) launched the Spring Festival Anthology containing entries from their Spring Poetry Competition. Amongst those published were winners of the Friendly Street Poets Prize, awarded to Year 11 and 12 students. Congratulations to Year […]

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