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Getting into the Christmas Spirit!

Getting into the Christmas Spirit!

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Mercy Day Feature Article – MK

Mercy Day Feature Article – MK Mercy light: xxx Text Text Text

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“Should the Australian Constitution be easier to change?” 

“Should the Australian Constitution be easier to change?”  On Friday 22 September, Year 11 Legal Studies students, Gabriella, Daniela, Grace, and Charlotte, attended the South Australian Schools Constitutional Convention at Parliament House. Throughout the day, the students had the opportunity to hear from and ask questions to a panel of parliamentary members, as well as […]

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From the Music Department

From the Music Department SAC SPRING CONCERT Showcasing the Wonderful Musical Talents of our Students On Friday 15 September, the Music Department held their annual Spring Concert at the magnificent Adelaide Town Hall. Students from Years 1-12 came together to showcase their talents for the SAC community. Highlights of the evening included performances from a […]

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The Dictionary Of Lost Words by Pip Williams

The Dictionary Of Lost Words by Pip Williams Based on the South Australian novel of the same name our students went to see an amazing production of The Dictionary Of Lost Words by Pip Williams and adapted for the stage by playwright Verity Laughton Motherless and ever curious, Esme spends her childhood in the Scriptorium […]

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Year 8 Retreat “Friendship, My life as gift”

Year 8 Retreat “Friendship, My life as gift” As part of student’s Religious Education and Pastoral Care program, the Year 8 students participated in a one-day retreat at the Italian Centre on Carrington Street Adelaide last Thursday and Friday.  In small groups, students participated in activities that involved group discussion, reflection, relaxation, and prayer, focusing […]

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“Why we need more women in STEM”

“Why we need more women in STEM” The International Coalition of Girls’ Schools hosted an event at Loreto College to consider the question of “Why we need more women in STEM”. Our Year 11 students asked great questions and we were proud to see old scholar Eva Balan-Vnuk on the panel.  Student Reflections “You can’t […]

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Reigniting Connections in the Red Centre

Reigniting Connections in the Red Centre Mercy Light: Connecting  If you look at a map of Australia and cast your eyes to the corner where the borders of Western Australia and Northern Territory meet South Australia, you are looking at a geographic location that holds significant meaning to the St Aloysius College community. This remote […]

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A special message for all SAC Old Scholars!

A special message for all SAC Old Scholars! You are warmly invited to our Mercy Day High Tea on Sunday 24 September from 1-3pm in the SAC Undercroft. Tickets are $15 with all proceeds going to Mercy works. RSVP by Friday 15 September – follow this link! https://saca.formstack.com/forms/2023sacosamercydayhightea

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A Happy Father’s Day Blessing

A Happy Father’s Day Blessing On the morning of Friday 1 September we were delighted to welcome all father figures and significant men in our students’ lives to celebrate Father’s Day with a blessing. It was a wonderful celebration featuring a special performance from our Primary Choir, scrumptious breakfast treats and lots of gratitude from […]

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