About Us

First published in 2010, Catholic Schools Guide is a wholly owned publication of Catholic Schools Guide Pty Ltd. Although, the Guide maintains relationships with various Catholic Education Offices, it is a completely independent publication.

The Guide is designed as a showcase of Catholic secondary education. It offers a unique and visionary way of promoting Catholic secondary schools in an innovative and cost-effective strategy. Together with an integrated digital platform, the Guide provides parents the opportunity to access easy information on a Catholic Secondary College that they may be considering for their son or daughter.

Each Year A Different Theme

Our annual Guide is released in February with a different theme being the focus each year. You can download the full back catalogue on the site.

In addition, we have a number of feature writers who all donate their time pro bono to promote education. Their articles are insightful and full of terrific tips for parents.

The core philosophy of the Guide is underpinned by equity. Every school is invited to advertise with us. The featured schools provide the information and photos, while our graphic team designs the layout which allows every school to be treated with equal pride and care. We make no commentary about any school, rather each school approves their own featured page.

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Catholic Schools Guide is passionately committed to the celebration of First Nations. It actively encourages all Catholic schools across Australia to incorporate Indigenous Knowledges especially languages, history and culture into everyday curriculum.

The design of the print edition of Catholic Schools Guide carries a front cover designed by our Artist in Residence and Wiradjuri woman Lua Pellegrini.

We are inspired and nurtured by the wisdoms, spiritualities and experiences of our First Nations Peoples. Together we work actively for reconciliation, justice, equity and healing.

Meet Our Publisher

Gregory Campitelli is the director and publisher of Catholic Schools Guide Pty Ltd. He has enjoyed an extensive career in education; the not-for-profit sector; and, in the early years, film & television.

Greg is the co-founder and director of Enquiry Tracker, a software solution for K – 12 schools designed to manage and grow enquiries and enrolments.

Greg is also Director of Campitelli Consultancy which specialises in marketing, strategic fundraising, major gift philanthropy, capital campaigns and alumni development. Many of his clients are secondary Colleges and not-for-profit organisations.

Our Team

You’re in great hands with our dynamic team of experts.

Business Development Manager
Sandra Campitelli
0409 803 521

Senior Operations Manager
Kristy Read
0402 833 557

Business Development Manager
Amy Pettifer
0449 255 127

Corporate Sales
Damien Cairns
0424 157 834

Digital Coordinator
Amelia Campitelli
0435 859 919

Website Developer
Scott Gray
Over + Above Agency

Editor / Feature Writers / Latest News
Steve Campitelli
0421 181 926

Digital Specialist
Cameron Bailey
0412 425 793


“I am a young Wiradjuri Woman who grew up on Darug Country in Western Sydney. I am currently studying at the University of NSW completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts/Arts Majoring in Indigenous Studies. For most of my life I have had a love for visual arts, however, my passion for Aboriginal Art only began after spending time with my local community elders Uncle Greg Simms and Uncle Wes Marne during high school. 

In 2019, I graduated from Loreto Normanhurst with my HSC major work, ‘Our Past, Her Future’, being featured on the cover of the 2020 Catholic Schools Guide and later showcased at the Grace Cossington Smith Gallery. That same year, I was humbled to be asked to exhibit my work on the Reconciliation Wall at NSW Parliament House beginning my exhibition Our Past, Our Future in NAIDOC Week 2020 and continuing to have it exhibited till March of 2021. 

I am extremely passionate about Indigenous education and have been a student volunteer at Redfern Jarjum College since 2016. I was also honoured to receive the NESA Chairperson Award for the Highest performing Aboriginal Student in HSC Aboriginal Studies for 2019. Since then, I have continued to aim to have a positive impact on the lives of other Indigenous youth through my work as a member of the NSW Health Literacy Advisory Council and as the Chairperson of the NSW Youth Advisory Council and am excited to continue my passion for Indigenous art and education through my new role as the Catholic Schools Guide Artist in Residence.” 


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