Welcome to the National Conference of Catholic Secondary Principals Association.

It is with great pleasure that we extend a heartfelt welcome to our esteemed colleagues and friends to join us at the Crown in Perth from 14-16 July 2024.

This year’s conference, hosted by CSPA WA, promises to be a transformative gathering where we will come together in Boorloo, Perth, our capital city, to reconnect, reimagine, and dream the future of Catholic education. We gratefully acknowledge the Whadjuk people, the Traditional Custodians of this Land where we will convene, and we honour their deep connection to this place.

Throughout our time together, grounded in our faith, we will explore new pathways of innovation, imagination, and collaboration. Together, we will explore visionary ideas and innovative strategies that will shape the future of Catholic education, ensuring it remains a beacon of hope and strength for generations to come.

Our comprehensive program features inspiring keynote speakers, insightful student panels, engaging presentations, and interactive workshops. Themes such as innovation, inclusivity, faith integration, and community engagement will be explored deeply. You will also have the opportunity to visit local schools, hosted by their Principals, to witness firsthand the impact of Catholic education in Western Australia.

Engaging in thoughtful discussions amidst the beauty of Perth promises to be a profoundly enriching experience. Let us continue to dream boldly, envisioning a future where Catholic education continues to inspire and uplift our students with Gospel values.

We invite you to Boorloo to join us in dreaming the future of Catholic education, as we embark on this journey of connection and discovery.

John Bormolini


National Conference Organising Committee


Key Dates

Call for Abstract Closed
Registration OpenStill Open
Notification of Abstract Acceptance
Early Bird Discounts EXTENDED            


Unity Painting

CaSPA is delighted to share that we've received a specially commissioned painting from Dr. Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr Baumann, who resides in the serene Daly River region of the Northern Territory.

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