Brisbane Boys’ College’s vision is for success for every boy.
Brisbane Boys’ College is a school for boys with day students from Prep to Year 12 and also boarding students from Year 6 to 12. The College currently has an enrolment of 1550 students and has been preparing young men for the challenges of life since 1902.
Junior School (Prep to year 6)
BBC offers an extensive co-curricular program for Junior School students. Boys can choose to play sports, participate in cultural activities or join clubs. The program allows students to learn new skills outside of the classroom and all are encouraged to participate in at least one activity per term.
Middle School (Year 7 to 9)
BBC recognises that adolescent boys have needs and interests that are different from the students in the Junior and Senior School. Our Middle School provides a unique learning environment designed to specifically meet the needs of young men academically, physically, socially, emotionally and spiritually in Years 7, 8 and 9.
Senior School (Year 10 to 12)
The senior years represent a time of transition as boys consider their future. At BBC we offer a diverse and flexible program to ensure each boy is able to pursue his pathway of choice. In a rigorous and stimulating academic environment boys are encouraged to become independent learners.
Becoming a boarder at BBC is so much more than having somewhere to live and eat while studying at school. Boarding is a way of life that offers unique opportunities; to meet friends from around the world, develop confidence and independence with support from your houseparents and live with your friends.
Within the context of a caring College community, each student will be nurtured and educated to develop his God-given talents to the best of his ability through a balanced involvement in the academic, spiritual, sporting and cultural life of the College.
St James is a systemic, co-educational Catholic Primary School operating under the guidance of the Brisbane Catholic Education Office. Tuition is offered in all year levels from Preparatory to Year 7.
St James is a multi-cultural community which educates a diverse group of students. Our school prides itself on our reputation for educating new arrival children, children with significant educational adjustment needs through to children who require extension opportunities.
As a school we have a strong commitment to academic achievements however academic achievement is but one aspect of a child’s development. Our programs cater not only for the academic but also the needs of the child as a person living within a community.
Brisbane Independent School is a co-educational independent alternative school for Prep to year 7 running since 1968.
Over the last 40 years we have been famous for providing a source for an education that is embedded in passionate learning and dynamic social change. Although many parts of our teaching and learning have changed the two tenets that have remained the same are:
Brisbane Independent School is set in idyllic semi-rural surrounds and operates within a co-operative family environment. Our mission is to nurture, develop and trust our pupils’ innate love of learning and positive values, and to produce graduates who are respectful, confident, competent and self-motivated, with the skills necessary for life-long learning in all facets of their lives.
To this end, we provide a flexible and democratic educational environment for the development of the whole child, including social, emotional, physical and cognitive development, within a school community that supports our values.
Holy Family School is a Catholic Parish School under the direction of Brisbane Catholic Education and the Archidiocese of Brisbane. Holy Family School is located in the Brisbane suburb of Indooroopilly, approximately six kilometres from the CBD of Brisbane.
Holy Family is a co-educational school from Preschool to Year Seven. We had an enrolment of 400 students in 2007. In that year Holy Family introduced a Prep Year and increased enrolments. A refurbishment of playground equipment will take place during 2008-2009.
As reflected in our motto Strength and Gentleness Holy Family offers extensive curriculum opportunities for all aspects of educational learning in a caring family atmosphere.
Brigidine College is an Independent Catholic Girls' Secondary College Years 8-12 situated less than 8 kms from the centre of Brisbane city in Queensland, Australia. Our attractive campus is located on the corner of Ward and Fairley Streets, in the heart of Indooroopilly, close to rail and bus services.
Our aim at Brigidine is to provide a stimulating environment where students can be challenged, and can experience and grow as they develop their potential.
We hope that the young women from Brigidine College will make a difference in the world as self-confident, flexible and compassionate adults.
Brigidine College students learn to respect one another's contributions and cultural backgrounds, enjoy each other's company and work together effectively, and so carry more balanced attitudes into their futures. Pastoral care has a high priority and this is facilitated by a culture where students and staff come to know each another well and work for the common good.
Mt Maria College is a co-educational day college situated on two campuses – Mitchelton and Enoggera - catering for 650 students from Years 8 to 12.
The College has a strong academic and vocational education tradition with an excellent record in both. Mt Maria is the only Catholic, co-educational secondary college in the north-west area.
The new structure allows for continuity across the middle and senior phases of schooling. Parents and students are attracted to Mt Maria because of its size and family atmosphere. The co-educational environment assists the students to grow in respect for one another, whilst nurturing a sense of care and co-operation.
Somerville House is a day and boarding school for girls, established in 1899. It is located in the inner city Brisbane suburb of South Brisbane just two kilometres from the city centre and directly opposite South Bank parklands. The main entry is from Graham Street.
The School is owned by the Presbyterian and Methodist Schools Association (PMSA) and is related thereby to Brisbane Boys College, Clayfield College, and Sunshine Coast Grammar School, the other schools connected with the PMSA.
Somerville House provides classes from Preparatory to Year 12, within three sub-schools — Junior (Years Prep to 6), Middle (Years 7 to 9), and Senior (Years 10 to 12).
The School provides excellent opportunities for students to participate in an extensive academic, sporting and cultural program, as well as setting high standards in personal care and attention to individuals within the School community.
St Columba’s Primary School Wilston is part of the Brisbane Catholic Education system.
It is a co-educational school catering for children from Pre-school (Prep from 2007) to Year 7.
Wilston is a northern suburb 3 kilometres from the Brisbane Central Business District. The Royal Brisbane Hospital is in very close proximity. A number of Shopping Centres are also close by, including Lutwyche, Stafford City and Brookside
Today, St. Columba's School, in strong partnership with the Parish Priest and parish community, is recognised for proudly offering a quality inclusive Catholic Education. As the school has grown and changed it has continued to build on the traditions established by the Good Samaritan Sisters. Their spirit of compassion and justice still flows through the total school community and is further strengthened by the traditions established by the parents, staff and children over the past ninety two years, living the school motto of “God‟s Glory Always”.
Brisbane Catholic Education strives for educational excellence and Catholic values at affordable fees in 40 pre-schools, 102 parish primary schools and 26 secondary colleges in Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and surrounding areas.
Brisbane Catholic Education operates as the executive arm of the Catholic Education Council in the implementation of policies. Brisbane Catholic Education operates under the authority of the Executive Director of Brisbane Catholic Education to whom the Archbishop of Brisbane delegates authority for the administration and management of Catholic education in the Archdiocese of Brisbane.
The role of staff of the Brisbane Catholic Education Centre is to serve and support Catholic parishes and schools in their provision of educational services to the people of the Archdiocese. Students develop best as learners and as individuals when their needs as young people are recognised and provided for. They require this care in the normal course of their development and especially at times of personal, school, family and community crisis. Such student support is provided by the structures and processes of each school and especially by all of the adults in that school community. It is a particular focus of the work of such role holders as teachers, school pastoral workers, campus ministers, guidance counsellors and student protection officers
Christ the King (CTK) is a high quality learning community with an enrolment of approximately 248 students. CTK is a co-educational school, offering classes from Prep to Year Seven.
Christ the King operates within the Corinda Graceville Catholic Parish and forms part of the network of Brisbane Catholic Education schools. Because of the small size of our school, teachers and support staff know each child by name and it is our priority to maintain a safe, secure environment where all children experience belonging.
At Christ the King School we value our children and provide a happy and secure school community, which encourages life long learning and which focuses on the needs of the individual.
As a vibrant Christian community within the Corinda Graceville Parish we embrace our heritage, our shared cultures and a strong commitment to social justice with God’s love as our example.
We value our caring, dedicated staff who skilfully utilise a variety of resources to achieve quality educational outcomes.
We strive to maintain an ideal learning environment where each child is educated within a vital partnership between parents, carers and teachers.
“ATTEND WITH A LISTENING HEART.”
St Andrew’s is a systemic Catholic primary school and is administered by Catholic Education. St Andrew’s School centres on a way of life that ‘Make Jesus Real’ in the lives of those who are the St Andrew’s family.
St Andrew’s has a unique ethos, which is based on the Gospel teachings of Jesus Christ. We foster a community of faith and hope where the welfare of each person is paramount.
The School recognises that each individual is a life-long learner. We strive to create a learning environment where each person is valued and encouraged to be effective contributors to our society.
Brisbane Girls Grammar School is a non-denominational school for girls from Year 8 to Year 12. Founded in 1875, it aims to give a quality education in an environment that balances tradition and innovation.
The School aspires to be an international leader in the education of young women and professional teaching practice, establishing the educational foundation for young women to contribute confidently to their world with wisdom, imagination and integrity. Brisbane Girls Grammar School offers an education that provides a basis for continuous learning and one that encourages girls to engage in critical thought using a variety of thinking methodologies.
“Our School is far more than a provider of an academically rigorous education. We offer an environment where girls are encouraged to be discerning and to challenge assumptions; becoming comfortable with uncertainty allows them to be reflective and open to the ideas of others, while fostering a strong sense of self. A Girls Grammar education recognises the particular strengths and needs of the individual, seeking to draw out the very best in every girl.”
- Ms Jacinda Euler, Principal
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)
At St Ambrose's School the community of teachers, parents and other children work together to instil a sense of pride and strong community within the children.
The Staff is a team which, at its core, has a passion for and a commitment to ensuring that the children’s daily experience of school is not only quality teaching and learning but one that gives life; living and celebrating by example the heart of gospel values.
Parents are encouraged to be involved in the life of the school to ensure the children come to appreciate and understand by example, the value of community.
The children of St. Ambrose's are the 'gems' who remind us of all that is good and precious in life.
We are a Catholic Primary School that educates 294 children from Prep to Year 7. We have 201 families contributing to our school community. As a school, we aim to provide the children with a variety of skills that allow them to become self-directed life-long learners.
St Joseph's School is a Catholic co-educational primary school, catering for students from Prep to Year 7. The Missionary Franciscan Sisters founded St Joseph's in 1938. The school and its community are part of the Jubilee Parish and are located 8 kms from the CBD in the leafy suburb of Bardon.
Our mission at St Joseph's is to develop lifelong learners by providing a future-focused education based on Gospel values. As a community of parents, students and staff, we will do this through celebrating our Catholic tradition, respecting and caring for each other, promoting effective partnerships, building a safe, welcoming and educationally rich environment , providing the opportunities for each person to achieve success in learning and developing the individual's creative abilities.
We offer specialist music, health and PE teachers, a specialist art consultant, Italian from P - 7, an instrumental program and piano, violin and guitar teachers. Beyond the classroom students can enjoy tennis lessons, competitive and non-competitive sport and swimming lessons. Leadership opportunities exist for upper primary students, and we have a Year 7 Canberra trip, a school camp for Years 4 - 6, a Kilometre club and outside school hours care.
Mt St Michael’s College is a Catholic College for young women in Years 8 to 12. Students educated at the College are nurtured in the tradition of the Sisters of Charity to be principled young women with a passion for life, a commitment to justice and the courage to live out the teachings of Jesus.
As a learning community we strive for excellence with continuous improvement. What do our students value about our school? In their words: our unique community and the quality of relationships which we foster; our spirit and pride; our school is a place where we can be ourselves and express who we are; our diversity, there is something here for everyone; our mission, the way we reach out and show compassion for others; our focus on learning and commitment to excellence; our sense of empowerment and capacity to be change agents.
Students educated at Mt St Michael's College are nurtured in the tradition of the Sisters of Charity to be principled young women with a passion for life, a commitment to justice and the courage to live out the teachings of Jesus.
At the Heart of our School, the Gift of a Child.
St Finbarr's Catholic Primary School catering for boys and girls from Prep to Year 7 is located in the Brisbane suburb of Ashgrove and is an educational ministry of the Catholic Parish of St Finbarr's Ashgrove, forming part of the Brisbane Archdiocesan community of schools. The focus of our labours "In Faith and Love" is on the education of our children.
St Finbarr’s provides a broad and inclusive curriculum which not only promotes the basics but also offers opportunities for the diverse range of interests and abilities of our student body. Most importantly students experience a curriculum that engages them in the process of life-long learning. This year we are furthering the opportunities for students’ learning with the school being successful recipients of a grant entitled, Sustainable Ways of Embedding ICLT’s Into Contemporary Learning.
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!
Prince of Peace Lutheran College is a co-educational, independent, Christian College based on two closely located campuses in Everton Hills in the north-western suburbs of Brisbane.
The College was established by the Prince of Peace Lutheran Congregation in 1984 to provide quality Christian education to the children of the community.
Prince of Peace offers classes on two sites from Kindergarten to Year 12 with a total of approximately 850 students enrolled.
The Junior Campus, on Rogers Parade West, is home to approximately 540 students in Prep to Year 6 along with 40 students in our newly built Kindergarten facility. The Kindergarten and Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) centres are run in partnership with the College by Queensland Lutheran Early Childhood Services (QLECS)
The Senior Campus (Y7-12) on Henderson Road, was opened in July 2009 and in 2012 we celebrated our first graduating Year 12 class.
We pride ourselves on having a family, Christ-centred atmosphere and community. The College is open to all children regardless of race, creed or colour.
In 2013 we have a small number of vacancies across the College. Please contact Donna Cook, Enrolments Office on 07 3872 5710 or email@example.com for more information.
St Laurence's College is a Catholic school for boys in the Archdiocese of Brisbane conducted in the tradition of Edmund Rice. The school accepts students from Year 5 to Year 12, drawing from a wide area of Brisbane. The total enrolment of the school is over 1400.
Summoned by the call of our College motto: facere et docere: To do and to teach, St Laurence’s College strives to implement the Charter for Catholic Schools in the Edmund Rice Tradition so that it is the ‘lived reality’ in the community.