Category: One Offs

Events that are not annuals in the CCW calendar

40th anniversary Sunday 13 October

We’re looking forward to going back in time to 1979: we hope you are too. For more information, or to register you plans to attend, please email However, you are very welcome to just arrive on the day: be prepared to share your memories as we gather stories for the 50th anniversary in 2019…. Read more »

2nd in Victoria!

A massive effort from our Year 7 girls netball team, coming runners up in their year level for the state. The girls were up at very early to travel to Melbourne to compete in the School Sports Victoria competition. They played against four metropolitan and four country teams. In a great win for country schools… Read more »

360 Allstars Workshops & $20 Tickets

For one hour, on one day only, our College is hosting several workshops with international touring outfit the 360 Allstars. The Allstars connect the street with elite, providing circus, breakdancing, basketball freestyling and BMX flatlining skills. Children from the age 5+ from across the region are welcome to attend any of the workshops for the… Read more »

Zach Murray wins NZ Open

A graduate from Catholic College has claimed his first win since turning professional with victory in the 100th New Zealand Open in Queenstown. Zach Murray, now 21-years-old, has earned full status on the ISPS HANDA PGA Tour of Australasia and the Asian Tour until the end of the 2021 season. Zach completed his VCE over… Read more »

Buy A Bale $1800

Fantastic effort from our Horizon students this term! Fourteen students across Years 8 – 10 unanimously decided that their team based, semester long project would help drought stricken farmers across NSW and Queensland. A trivia night where all monies raised would go to the Buy A Bale Foundation. Our students sourced prizes, arranged entertainment, publicised… Read more »

New commercial

Click here to view Catholic Education Wodonga’s latest branding tool, a 30 second commercial airing on local television and cinema screens. See if you can spot Emily Twycross (Y12), Kirstie Elvidge (Learning Diversity), Lachlan Stanyer (Y9), Louise Symons (Wellbeing), Charlotte Ramsay and Hannah Rudder (Y7), Sandy McKoy (Career Education & Development Leader), Monique Walker-Payne (Y12) and Ryley Wise (Y9). Thanks… Read more »

Queen’s Baton Relay at Catholic College!

XXI Commonwealth Games Queen’s Baton Relay Catholic College Wodonga Start of Day School Celebration “It was a great experience and I loved every bit of it. Anyone who gets this opportunity is very lucky as it’s just an amazing thing to be a part of”, said an excited (and relieved) Sophie Weppner. Sophie was chosen to be… Read more »

T2 cricket for Movember

One in 7 young Australians suffer from a mental health condition, and one in 4 will suffer from an anxiety disorder between four and 17. “We cover it up, we don’t like talking about it because that’s what society tells us to do, but that’s wrong and we need to make a change.” That’s the… Read more »

Sir John Jones master class

Almost 500 educators from primary and secondary schools from NSW and Victoria were inspired by Sir John Jones at a professional development conference hosted by our College yesterday. Sir John, based in northern England, was knighted in 2003 for services to education. He spoke to teachers from Yarrawonga, Benalla, Myrtleford, Albury, Wodonga, Wangaratta, Rutherglen, Corryong,… Read more »

ICT featured in case study

Visit this link to read about how our College features in a publication for JAMF, an international software company that specialises in the management of Apple products. JAMFPro and Catholic College Wodonga Case Study This story will feature through JAMF’s LinkedIn and Twitter channels, its blog post, and possibly an upcoming edition of Education Review. It… Read more »