A School of the Sacred Heart

Cooking skills lead to better health

A recent article in Nutridate* (Volume 27, March 2016) asked the question ‘Are cooking skills...

New program provides benefits for students and parents

‘To be the best she can be’. This has been Stuartholme’s motto for a number of years. The...

New school program provides bright future for students

Stuartholme School, in Toowong, recently introduced a new school program - EPICS; an ‘Exciting...

Girls challenge stereotypes

Stuartholme School is challenging the stereotype that boys are better suited to maths and science,...

How Schools can extend high performing students

For over 13 years Stuartholme has challenged and extended students through our English Extension...

Making the most of an opportunity

When it was suggested to 17 year old Emma Campbell by her science teacher, Mr Ulcoq, to read E=Mc2...

What does being a woman mean to a 16 year old girl?

Read this inspiring speech by Jane, one of our student leaders which was delivered to the School...

A special visit from Caritas Australia

Dedicated to making a difference, Marie Mondu has been supporting health and wellbeing programs in...

Project compassion

Who says one person can’t change the world. In 1897 Lorenz Werthmann founded the first Caritas. The...

Mapping a path to success

Student mapping. It sounds clinical, a process of mapping a student’s results to track their...