There’s a new student card being issued at Ambrose Treacy College, Brisbane, for Oliver’s seeing eye dog, Sadie.
Five young people from FAME Flexible Learning School (South Australia) recently received the Youth Recognition Award for being valuable members of their local community.
The first section of the St Laurence’s College Wellbeing Project art mosaic was recently placed inside the artwork’s frame.
Ignatius Park College will hold its inaugural White Ribbon Day today teaching 1100 students the importance of ending violence against women and girls.
Noosa Flexible Learning Centre young person, Talisha, has got behind the Edmund Rice Foundation’s campaign to support the education of women and girls from around the world.
When St Joseph’s Yr 12 student, Jolyon Simpon’s parents got COVID-19, this extraordinary young man became both carer and scholar.
EREA is proud to announce our newest school, St Mary’s College, East St Kilda, beginning in 2021. The school continues almost 150 years of education in the area.
On 5 May each year, schools around the world celebrate the life and vision of their Founder, Blessed Edmund Rice. The EREA Council reflects on this significant day.
Over 100 young people and staff gathered online last week for the ERA For Change Launch Day, exploring “How to Be a Change Maker” in our world today.
14-year-old Benjamin named St Edmund’s College Dux A gap year backpacking Europe was never on the cards for the 2020 …
The Principal of Rostrevor College (and Acting EREA Regional Director) , Brian Schumacher will ride 4500km to raise money and awareness about PTSD.
Br Denis Moore cfc died peacefully on the 19th February, 2021. Br Denis was a giant in the history and story of Parade College and of Edmund Rice Education Australia.
150 Years of Educating at Parade College This year marks 200 years of Catholic education in Australia. For 150 of …
Fifty-four young leaders from EREA and Associate schools across Australia and New Zealand gathered online on begin their leadership journey for 2021.