On Wednesday 3 May 2017, the Year 10 Outdoor Education class left for their three day expedition at Rottnest.

The Aranmore Saints were chosen to represent Australia at the Sanix World Rugby Youth Tournament in Fukuoka, Japan. 

During the holidays, sixteen students and four staff members embarked on a journey to one of the most popular cities in the world – New York.

Aranmore Catholic College has long held a reputation as one of Western Australia’s most prestigious rugby schools and the school’s high quality rugby program is bearing fruit with three former students now playing for the Road Safety Western Force.

At the end of Term One the Year 9 Outdoor Education students headed to the sunny shores of Lancelin for a night sleeping under the stars and a day of surfing.

Aranmore Catholic College’s Girls’ Sevens team will travel to Japan in late April to take part in the Sanix World Rugby Youth Tournament as the only Australian school competing in the prestigious event.

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