Bila Yarrudhanggalangdhuray is an epic story of love, loss and belonging that everyone should read.
This year Mount Alvernia College was represented by Chelsea Gledhill, Taskin Bari, Miranda Spark, Acacia Stockermans, and Rachel Feltrin.
Dads are invited to take a part in their daughters' reading journeys by coming along to our Read Like a Girl with your Dad event to be held in the iCentre on Tuesday 20 July.
As our Year 7 – 10 students head into exams this week, it is important that they know how to avoid distractions so as to ensure effective exam preparation.
Student Arts Prize is a competition encouraging the creative talents of young people and providing an opportunity for students to showcase their reflective ability to express concepts of justice and mercy.
We have five tips for what students DO and DON’T need to concentrate on when reading academic research.
The iCentre also invites communication through our social media networks.