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)
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Primary School is a co-educational Catholic school in the Brisbane suburb of Darra. The school currently has 475 students enrolled in 18 classes from Prep to Year 7. OLSH school has an ethos based on Gospel Values. Our focus is showing respect for each other. We are a multicultural community that celebrates the richness of a variety of cultures.
Whilst our school has a heavy emphasis on the teaching of Numeracy and Literacy and ensuring all children have the foundational knowledge preparing them for a wide scope of learning, we also value the teaching of the performing arts subjects. With a whole school musical biennially and instrumental and drama lessons happening in school time, children continue to grow in confidence through a variety of subjects.
As RESPECT is the basis for the building of all positive relationships, the school Behaviour Support Policy outlines the rights and responsibilities of all community members. With teachers who show they care and a parent body that works consistently to improve educational resources and facilities, OLSH is simply a Great School –Getting even better!
Welcome to St John’s Anglican College the leading Kindergarten to Year 12 coeducational school in south west Brisbane. Shaped by Christian values in the Anglican tradition as they guide everyday College life, St John’s graduates are well educated, respectful, resilient and compassionate; equipped to be people of influence in their communities.
St John’s is a place for the development of the mind, for innovation and creativity, for inspiration and well being and for the nurturing of the spirit. Preparation for the responsibilities of leadership in tomorrow’s local and global communities begin in Kindergarten and is progressively undertaken by our caring and committed teachers through to Year 12 as part of everyday community life.
Our teachers care about your child, are available to listen and provide fine role models. They are leaders in learning, focused on providing the best possible educational environment and ensuring that each child’s academic potential is nurtured. Teachers are innovative and collegial in their approach and new ways of teaching and learning are explored and encouraged.
Focused on the future for each child, the College welcomes parents to participate in their educational journey and facilities community networks with tertiary providers and businesses, which support each student in their transition from school to university and the workplace.
Your St John’s journey begins at Little Saints’ Kindergarten, where our very youngest learners are provided a challenging and innovative early literacy program along with a focus on traditional family values. Little Saints experience specialist programs in Chinese, Speech and Drama, Literacy and Music.
Primary Campus (Kindergarten to Year 6)
Alpine Place Campus
Ph: 07 3372 0888
Fax: 07 3372 0833
As a Prep to Year 12 Co-educational College we value the co- educational underpinning of the holistic approach to education adopted at the College. We take seriously our ambition to best position students for ‘Their Future’ and as a Prep to Year 12 College owned by the Anglican Diocese of Brisbane, Christian beliefs and values are central to our ethos. We welcome children of all families who accept this ethos, regardless of religious or ethnic origins.
At the College, we are acutely aware that, in addition to their academic achievement, our College environment contributes to the development of our students’ social relationships, their creativity, physical development and their spiritual understanding. A range of innovative academic, cultural and sporting programmes are designed to help children discover and fulfill their potential.
The Springfield Anglican College is a Christian faith community that nurtures life giving relationships and spiritual awareness. Our graduates will be well educated, resilient, creative, compassionate and respectful people of influence.
The Springfield Anglican College
Middle and Senior School Campus
(Year 7 - Year 12)
Ph: 61 7 3814 8100 Fax: 61 7 3814 8199
Springfield Greenbank Arterial
Springfield QLD 4300
St Francis Xavier is a Catholic, co-educational P-7 school of approximately 470 students situated in the City of Ipswich, adjacent to the Ipswich Motorway. The school has been in existence for 100 years, having been established in 1910.
It is a school which has welcomed children and families from many countries around the world. Over forty nationalities are represented. We are proud of the way that our community blends the best from these cultures to develop and reflect the motto of the school: "Kids Who Care".
At St Francis Xavier School, we pride ourselves on working together as a community for the benefit of our children. We have a strong belief that learning is a life long endeavour and that we can all learn from each other. This belief is tightly aligned with our mission statement and with our beliefs and values about teaching and learning.
Staines Memorial College provides a caring, quality Christian education. We are an attractive affordable schooling option for families in Ipswich and the South West Suburbs of Brisbane.
Staines is a small but growing education community. We expect to be a major education provider in the SEQ “Ripley Valley”. We provide education from Prep to Year 12.
Our College has a non-denominational Christian ethos and caters for children from a wide variety of Christian backgrounds and traditions. It also caters for families who - though not necessarily Christian themselves desire a Christian school culture and educational experience for their children.
All staff are committed Christian people from various denominational backgrounds selected for their professional competence as well as for their sense of calling to the ministry of a Christian school.
The Glenleighden School caters for children from preschool through to secondary age and provides comprehensive, intensive multi-disciplinary programs which are highly individualised and address the full scope of the students' developmental and learning needs. There are four distinct levels in the school, Early Childhood, Junior School, Middle School and Senior School.
The Glenleighden School uses a model of integrated, specialist provision and the school constantly aims to be a ‘centre of excellence' in this field of disability.
Situated in a quiet bush setting, Glenleighden resembles a small, friendly country school. This is very important for the students who can be overwhelmed in a mainstream school environment where they feel ‘different' and their language, learning and social needs cannot be comprehensively addressed.
St. Mark's is a member of the Brisbane Catholic Education system in the Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane. St. Mark's is an air conditioned school located in the South-West of Brisbane. Neighbouring suburbs include Durack, Forest Lake, Richlands, Doolandella and Oxley. Inala is linked by a bus service to the city and the nearest railway stations are located at Darra, Oxley and Corinda.
St Mark's School offers the latest in teaching and learning, technology, extra curricular activities, and the benefits of being a high quality inclusive Catholic school. We offer our students a rounded education that encourages personal growth based on Christian values. We encourage students to develop a knowledge of other cultures, languages, environmental and social issues.
St Mark's chool sets a high standard across all subject fields, we deliver the key learning areas (KLAs) plus a variety of additional subjects that are available for all students. Our teachers are committed and focused specialists in their field, and are trained to deliver the best possible learning outcomes.
Westside Christian College offers education from a Christian perspective. All staff are committed Christians who support the Protestant biblical basis of the College, and work together to nurture the students toward their full potential. The College aims to provide an education which is in harmony with what is taught in the Christian family, and which is firmly based on the covenant which God has established with His people.
The Mission of Westside Christian College is, with humble reliance upon the grace of Almighty God, to nurture our students in the fear and admonition of the Lord and to develop towards full potential, the gifts, skills, talents and creativity the Lord has given to each student, so that our students may:
Alice St Campus (Grades 1-3)
Ph: 07 3437 9001
Fax: 07 3437 9011
Ph: 07 3437 9004
At Brisbane Montessori School we aim to provide children with an educational foundation from which they can reach out for their goals and fulfill their potential, while developing independence, self confidence and self esteem. The unique program, centered on the child, encourages the development of personal responsibility, thinking processes and fosters a love of learning. The child is guided in the exploration of his/her own learning styles and in the development of work patterns most suited to the individual needs.
We currently have the following Montessori programs:
St Peter Claver College is a co-educational secondary Catholic College of 920 students within the Archdiocese of Brisbane. It is located on 14 hectares of beautiful bushland in the suburb of Riverview.
The lives and examples of St Peter Claver and St Marcellin Champagnat are at the very heart of our community. The College's motto of "Concern. Love and Justice" is lived out in our social justice programs and in the care shown for all in our community.
Quality Catholic Education has long been valued by families in the Ipswich area. St Augustine’s College is now continuing that fine tradition of inclusive, quality Catholic education in the South East corridor of Ipswich serving the Greater Springfield area and adjacent suburbs.
Since opening in January 2003, St Augustine's College has grown in stature and reputation, having created a strong educational community catering for children and young people from six weeks to eighteen in a genuine P – 12 College.
At Our Lady of Fatima, each person involved in Catholic Education is called to renew continually their Faith Vision in accordance with the Word of God and the Church’s teachings.
We strive to develop a Faith Community with Christian atmosphere in which all members share in the Gospel values of trust, openness, caring joy, hope and love.
The Our Lady of Fatima community emphasizes an educational perspective that encourages the students to develop towards their potential within our caring environment.
We are very proud of our school and its surroundings, as they create a pleasant learning environment. We have great students, fantastic parents and excellent caring staff members, tons of playing areas for students, plenty of classroom space and loads of enthusiasm and good will!
Providing within a Christian context a high quality education in a caring community.
Good News is an independent co-educational school providing quality education for children from Prep to Year 7. Good News has two classes per year level and is currently capped at 450 students.
The College offers modern well equipped facilities;
At Good News we believe that every person is a special and unique creation of God who deserves to be valued, respected and cared for. Within our daily interactions, we seek for every person to feel safe and to know that they are loved and cherished by our Heavenly Father.
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
St Stephen's School opened its doors for the first time in 2004, to serve the families of Algester and the surrounding suburbs.
Our supportive Catholic school environment nurtures and challenges children as they develop in all areas of the curriculum.
St Stephen's School provides education for children from Prep to Year 7. According to our master plan, St Stephen's will eventually become a three-stream primary (Prep to Year 7) school catering for approximately 600 children.
Our educational program is centred on an outcomes-based curriculum which is responsive to the spiritual, social, emotional, physical, academic, creative and cultural developmental needs of your child. We plan for both self-directed and teacher-directed learning experiences which are meaningful, active, play-based, flexible, integrated, challenging, open-ended and responsive to the needs, interests and potential of each individual.
In accordance with the Brisbane Catholic Education Guidelines, we aim to build “foundations for learning which are life long and life giving”.