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She's had a self admitted "rough few years". But now the former St Columba's College student and visually impaired swimmer, Jenna Jones, 21, is ready to take on the Commonwealth Games.
HSC students will be given more time to work on their major projects and to prepare for exams to reduce the impact of the current COVID-19 lockdown. Read more...
Trial exams written by the CSSA - once known as the Catholic Secondary Schools Association - which are purchased and run by more than 500 Catholic, independent and public schools were due to begin on July 26 but have been delayed until August 9, system leaders were told late on Thursday. Read more...
St Columba's student Hunter Kelly became one of the best open water swimmers in the country following an outstanding performance at the National Open Water Swimming Competition at Coolum, Queensland on March 14. Read more...
During the final term of school 2020, Gateball ran a program for 20 students from St Columba's Catholic College years seven and eights students one week and then years nine and 10 the following week. After several weeks of learning the basics the students were ready for a real challenge, with the program culminating in a mini-competition. Read more...
A SMALL gathering of 40 people attended a Remembrance Day Service in Lawson on November 11. Read more...
Blaxland teenager and Year 12 student at St Columba's Catholic College Springwood, William Zagarella thought testicular cancer was an "old man's disease", until he got his diagnosis at age 16. Learn more...
While most young people confronted with their Higher School Certificate exams try their best to study, hang with friends or practise past papers, Oliver Smuhar decided to release a book. Read more...
It was meant to be the trip of a lifetime — a school excursion taking in the ruins of Pompeii and the landmarks of ancient Rome, but students from St Columba's Catholic College are "gutted" after their tour of Europe is cancelled because of the coronavirus. Read more...
As the time at the College is coming to an end for our Year 12 students, I seek your support in insisting that your son/daughter is in attendance every day. This time after the Trial HSC is a critical time for teachers to complete course work that will be examined in the HSC and for the students to review work that was completed in Semester 1, in preparation for the Higher School Certificate exams.

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