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Delany College, Granville School Captain, Mary Ghribian represented the Granville and Cumberland Local Government Areas at the NSW Children’s Parliament on October 21. Read more...
More than 500 Special Religious Education teachers (SRE/catechists) from across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains made their way to St Andrew the Apostle Parish, Marayong, joining 200 student SREs from 19 Catholic high schools, for the annual Confraternity of Christian Doctrine (CCD) Mass and Awards Ceremony. Read more...
Twenty-seven outstanding young leaders from secondary schools across the Catholic Diocese of Parramatta were recognised through the Bishop of Parramatta awards for student excellence in 2019. Read more...
Delany College Granville went all out when it celebrated its Multicultural Festival. There was singing, dancing, jumping castles, a smorgasbord of traditional food and a multicultural fashion parade. Read more...

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66 student leaders from schools around the Diocese of Parramatta came together on Thursday, June 20 for a leadership forum to explore the future of the Catholic Church and the role that young people play as agents of change. Read more...
Let’s face it, Algebra is a tough concept for most of us to grasp but at Delany College, Granville teachers have come up with an afternoon study session to help students in their learning. Read more...
Forget the textbooks and excel spreadsheets, students can experience, analyse and understand data in a whole different way. On a recent excursion to the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Years 9 and 10 students from Delany College, Granville were able to engage with data to see how science and mathematics contributes to so much of what we do everyday. Read more...
This week a group of students from Years 7-12 volunteered to take part in the annual 'Clean Up Australia Day' initiative. While cleaning up our school grounds and around the church may seem like a small gesture, this experience teaches students about the responsible disposal of rubbish, resource recovery and the repercussions of rubbish dumped irresponsibly in the local environment. It is one of the significant ways our students can 'Think globally, act locally.' Read more...

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