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Congratulations to Class of 2022 student Brendan Pospischil who achieved the Gold Award in The Duke of Edinburgh program.
The F1 in Schools STEM Challenge is the world’s foremost student competition for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
Congratulations to the Parra Marist Subs Team Aquarius who were crowned State Champions in the Subs in Schools tournament. The Subs in Schools Tournament is the result of collaboration between Re-engineering Australia Foundation (REA), the Department of Defence and industry stakeholders including the Australian Submarine Corporation and Saab Australia.
Gifted St John XXIII Catholic College student Sebastian Sultana is being heralded as a future Olympian and Commonwealth Games star after he and a number of other Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta students produced amazing results at the NSW All Schools Championships recently.
The Australian Defence Force has recognised the talents of two Marist students - Noah Gebrael and Sio Tuala. Congratulations to both!
Congratulations to our two students John and Blake who received the Youth Vocational Education Award for outstanding work in their vocational studies.

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Congratulations to Jonathan Roukos on receiving the Bishop of Parramatta Award for Student Excellence at the Cathedral on Wednesday night. A truly well deserved award whose citation was superbly read by classmate Jonathan Nemeh.
Talented drama students from Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta’s (CEDP) creative and performing arts program, CAPTIVATE, performed at the Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP) 2022 Intersection Festival earlier this month.
CEDP students have been identified as future cyber security leaders after being invited to take part in the launch of the unique Cyber Academy.
Jaylee AhHen, Clyde Guatlo and Jean-Luc BuotdelEpine were recently selected to attend a Cyber Academy hosted by Deloitte where they participated in a number of challenges against a number of other schools from across Sydney...

 

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