St Joseph's is a member of the Brisbane Catholic Education System in the Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane.
It is a multicultural, prep to year 7 coeducational school with a warm, welcoming community feel. We focus on building relationships and partnerships within the school, parish and wider community.
As a school community we recognise the role of the parent in the educative process and every effort is made to support the family, to foster communication and encourage parental involvement. We are committed to make St Joseph's a place of friendship, justice and unity where parents, staff and students respect and listen to each other.
St Joseph's school is a community called to provide a process of education for the holistic development of the human person towards the realization of their potential, within a value system based on the Gospel of Jesus Christ. (Canon Law 795)
St Aidan's strives to provide excellence in education, in a caring, friendly environment, where each individual, nurtured and shaped by the values of the Christian Faith, has the opportunity to achieve her full potential and to develop a passion for life and for learning.
St Aidan’s is a Prep to Year 12 Anglican day school for girls located in suburban Brisbane.
The school’s population of around 900 students reflects our belief that students experience many benefits in a smaller school environment.
An extensive range of academic subjects in the key learning areas of English, English as a Second Language, Mathematics, Science, Studies of Society and Environment, Languages other than English, The Arts, Technology, Health and Technology and Health and Physical Education. Sports and clubs include rowing, swimming, athletics, cricket, equestrian, tennis, volleyball, netball, gymnastics, debating and the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme.
The school is a leader in the application of technology in learning. St Aidan's Anglican Girls' School, Brisbane, is registered by the Department of Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs (DEETYA) to accept overseas students from Years 1 to 12