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No ATAR? No problem

The final two years of education in most Australian schools funnel students into a series of three-hour exams leading ultimately to the fabled ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank) in a process that hasn't changed substantially for decades.

New school of thought

Principal, Catherine Larkin is transforming education to prepare the youth of Western Sydney for the jobs of tomorrow.

Ignition for our School of Now 2022 students

On Tuesday 130 Year 11 students from a number of our CEDP secondary schools gathered at the CathWest Innovation Loyola campus to ignite their School of Now (SoN) learning journey. Read more...

Students make a difference through STEM

Inspired by a desire to make a difference in the world, students from three Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta (CEDP) schools have had their ingenious creations featured in the national STEM MAD showcase, a celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics learning. Read more...

Virtual short courses a lockdown hit for students

Almost 100 Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta students have made the most of being stuck in lockdown during the school holidays by developing valuable skills through a series of online short courses run by CathWest Innovation College.

Student leaders shine bright in 2021

Twenty-nine outstanding young leaders from secondary schools across the Diocese of Parramatta were recognised through the 2021 Bishop’s Award for Student Excellence. For the second year running, the awards were conferred virtually as a result of COVID-19.

Western Sydney Careers of Tomorrow Forum - 25 August, 2021

For National Skills Week this year, CathWest Innovation College partnered with the NSW Department of Education to present the Western Sydney Careers of Tomorrow Forum on 25 August, 2021. Read More...

CathWest student gears up for promising career

CathWest Innovation College student Dakota Hurney has paid credit to an amazing support network of family, friends and colleagues at Yamaha Wetherill Park after being named a finalist for School-Based Apprentice of the Year at the regional NSW Training Awards (South and South West Sydney). Read more...


Student leaders encouraged to be ‘agents of the Gospel’

Coming to the end of their schooling journey, Year 12 student leaders have been given the opportunity to reflect on their years of Catholic education. Read more...

Axyl on the road to success

CathWest Innovation College student Axyl Grundy has been nominated in the NSW-School Based Apprentice/Trainee of the Year Award. Read more...




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