Hating Alison Ashley - College Production in the Mackillop Theatre
Erica Yurken is a tall flower in a field of... Much shorter flowers.
Despite her embarrassing family, she is determined to make it big on the stage. That is until a new girl enrols at Barringa East. Completely perfect in every way, and everything Erica wishes she was, Alison Ashley simultaneously becomes the object of Erica’s hatred, jealousy, and admiration.
Come and see Richard Tulloch's stage adaptation of Robin Klein's Australian classic performed by the Holy Spirit Theatrical Ensemble.
Tickets can be purchased from Trybooking.com
April 1, 7PM Show - https://www.trybooking.com/BISAI
April 2, 7PM Show - https://www.trybooking.com/BISAK
All proceeds go to Caritas Australia for Project Compassion.
Hard work pays off for students at Holy Spirit Catholic College as they receive their HSC results for 2019.
Brilliant NAPLAN results outshine schools in NSW
Source - SBS World News - December 18 2019
Congratulations to Holy Spirit Catholic College who have been acknowledged for their brilliant NAPLAN results on SBS, Channel 7 and in the Daily Telegraph. With the College's reading scores in NAPLAN being significantly higher than other schools in NSW, the Daily Telegraph states that Holy Spirit have made the NAPLAN honour roll for achieving high gains in reading. The strategy of teaching formal academic English across all subjects has contributed to this. What a fantastic achievement for Holy Spirit!
Source - SBS World News - Monday 8 April 2019
Source - 7 Evening News - Wednesday 10 April 2019
Source - Daily Telegraph - Wednesday 10 April 2019