St.Dympna’s is a Co-Educational Catholic Education Systemic School teaching Christian values in a Catholic environment. The school has a lay Principal and teachers are appointed by the Brisbane Catholic Education Office.
The Vision Statement clearly articulates the philosophy and values which underpin everything that happens at St Dympna’s. With the Principal and Administration Team, all members of staff, both teaching and non-teaching, strive to place all endeavours within the context of this Statement.
We, the community of St Dympna’s School, seek to nurture an environment that is faithful to Jesus. We believe that learning, a life long enterprise, is best achieved in an atmosphere that values and celebrates empathy, integrity, justice and reconciliation. We aspire to be a community, living and learning as one which truly reflects the vision of God’s love for all.
St Kevin’s Primary School caters for students from Preparatory through to Year 7. We have two streams at each year level. The school offers a comprehensive and quality curriculum. St Kevin’s also provides excellent pastoral care within a Catholic environment, linking closely with the Parish and local community.
Our school focuses on assisting students to reach their full academic potential, develop Christian faith and acquire social confidence and responsibility. In our school, families become part of a community which seeks positive Christian values for their children. It is a place where lasting friendships are established.
At St. Kevin’s we value a community where everybody is respected and nurtured to grow, as an individual, as part of a community and in the love of God.
At St. Kevin’s we foster a quality curriculum, encouraging and empowering all as life long learners, growing in knowledge and understanding of themselves and others.
At St. Kevin’s we nurture a love and respect for God and each other. Through our work, prayer and service to others, we grow in our own spirituality, within a wider Catholic community.
Sacred Heart is a happy, inclusive school community for boys and girls from Prep to Year 7 where everyone is welcomed, nurtured and encouraged to grow.
Located in the northern bayside suburb of Sandgate we offer a holistic learning environment which caters for each child's academic, physical, social and emotional development within a balanced educational program based on Christian values.
Sacred Heart has excellent extra-curricular facilities to keep the students active while remaining in a safe environment. Some of these facilities that students are encouraged to take advantage of are:
St John Fisher College is a girls school which offers the latest in teaching and learning, technology, extra curricular activity, and the benefits of being a high quality inclusive Catholic school. We offer our students a rounded education that supports personal growth based on Christian values.
We encourage students to develop a knowledge of other cultures, languages and environmental and social issues. St John Fisher College prides itself on the spirit that can be found in our students, teachers, sporting teams, achievements, friendships and approach to learning. Our Mission Statement supports this philosophy:
'God's spirit inspires us in the St John Fisher College Community to love, to learn, to live as Christian people of faith with respect for truth, courage to seek justice, the gift of peace and the grace to forgive as we respond with equal dynamism to society's challenges today and tomorrow'
St John Fisher College is a Catholic school which has built its reputation on catering for individual needs and sees diversity, both in terms of educational opportunities and student population, as a real strength.
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School co-educational school, situated on 4.5 hectares with sweeping mountain views, opened its doors to children in January 1978 and was officially opened on 16 April in that year.
Our Mission as the community of St Joseph’s Catholic School is to live our Faith, recognising Jesus in Each Other.
As a Caring Community we reach out in compassion, valuing the dignity of the human spirit by embracing the Gospel message of “Love one another”
St Agatha’s School is a Catholic Primary School, located 6 km NE of Brisbane GPO. The school caters for approximately 335 students from the Preparatory Year to Yr 7 (children aged from 4-13).
The school is staffed by quality teachers and school officers, with a range of age and experience, who offer an up-to-date curriculum to suit the needs of the students. Exceptional physical facilities and a high level of provision of technology resources which are well-used throughout the school, support the school curriculum.
The school offers specialist lessons in Music, Visual Art, Drama, Dance, Physical Education and Italian, with Speech and Drama and Instrumental Music offered for interested students. The school participates in Zone Carnivals in swimming and athletics and in interschool Gala Days for Netball and AFL.
The growth of the College has been steady. From its beginnings of only 172 students, St Patrick’s is now providing education to 1100 students in years 5 to 12.
St Patrick’s College is conducted in the Edmund Rice tradition and offers a distinctive Catholic education philosophy.
The College features:
The College also offers:
Clayfield College is one of Queensland’s leading independent schools, providing a tradition of quality education. Founded in 1931, the College has a proud history of offering a Christian learning environment in which students are encouraged, nurtured and inspired to achieve personal excellence. The College caters for girls from Pre-Prep to Year 12 and boys from Pre-Prep to Year 6. The College also has a Boarding House for girls from Years 5 to 12.
Clayfield College is a vibrant learning community encouraging students to achieve personal excellence in a supportive environment. It is a place where all individuals are valued for their unique qualities and talents. Our academic, pastoral and co-curricular programs, supported by our exceptional teaching staff, are important in providing opportunities for your child to grow and develop in mind, heart, body and spirit.
St Pius' School is a Christian community providing quality inclusive Catholic education, in the spirit of Mary MacKillop.
We are nurtured by our commitment to Renewal in Communion with our Families and Parish.
St Pius is a Catholic Primary School with boys and girls enrolled from Prep to Year Seven.
Our school is a community school based on a caring Christian environment, through the Catholic tradition, offering quality educational opportunities to the students entrusted to our care.
The warmth of our Catholic community ensures St Pius is a school in which students, staff and parents feel welcomed and valued. It is a strong, caring, learning community in which we journey together as lifelong learners.
The Mission of St Kieran’s School is to assist the growth of each person, as a follower of Jesus Christ, spiritually, socially, emotionally, physically and academically. Each person is valued and encouraged to be self-disciplined and resilient. They are empowered to be creative and use their talents and energy for the good of local and global communities.
Our school community provides quality Catholic education for children from Prep to year 7 in a co-educational setting.
All the students classrooms and the library are fully air conditioned for comfort. A refrigerator is provided in every classroom for lunches and drinks.
Our families love our wide open spaces. We have beautiful grounds and the classrooms are well resourced. The children have access to the computer lab and each classroom has a number of laptops to assist with learning. Each classroom is air conditioned and has a fridge for storage of school lunches.
St Paul's School is an Anglican co-educational school educating students from Prep to Year 12.
Founded in 1960, the school is located on one 50 hectare campus on the northern outskirts of Brisbane, Queensland.
St Paul's consists of 4 sub-schools:
For nearly 50 years, our broad curriculum and extensive selection of extra-curricular activities have provided opportunities for students of all ages and interests to be challenged, to grow and to achieve success across a myriad of disciplines.
On any given day, you will find students at St Paul's doing what they do best....throwing themselves enthusiastically into a huge range of academic, sporting and cultural activities.
'A school steeped in the valuing of relationships and all that it means to be a follower of Christ.'
A co-educational Catholic School for Prep to Year Seven. Currently St Andrew’s School Kedron has over 600 hundred students and 23 fulltime classroom teachers.
Our school’s unique *Franciscan ethos ensures students are given quality education within an atmosphere that is positive and uncomplicated – true to the simple ways of our Franciscan founders. The philosophy of St Anthony’s centres on living life in a manner that Makes Jesus Real in the hearts of all who are part of the St Anthony’s family.
St Anthony’s has a unique ethos, which is based on the Gospel teachings of Jesus Christ.
Over 1,590 boys and young men call St Joseph’s Nudgee College their school. For over 260 of these students it is also their home as boarders. 2019 promises to be an exciting year for every Nudgee College boy as they embrace their opportunities.
Nudgee College holds a special place within Catholic education both within the state of Queensland, across the nation and beyond our shores. We have a grand reputation that has been built by successive generations of students, Christian Brothers, staff, parents, Old Boys and community members over the last 128 years. Not only do we celebrate this rich history, the current generation of students, staff and families seeks to build upon it.
This is achieved on a daily basis by students who are taught, cared for and challenged by teachers who want the best for each student. The holistic education, personal development and wellbeing of each student remains the key focus of the College. At Nudgee College, we offer a rich diversity of educational opportunities - in the classroom, in sport, in cultural pursuits and activities - as well as in faith development and social justice initiatives.
We have a campus of 136 hectares with a range of facilities that provide an engaging and contemporary environment to learn, to grow and to be challenged.
As a leading Catholic school in the Edmund Rice Tradition, the culture and values of the College are shaped and influenced by the Touchstones of inclusive community, gospel spirituality, liberating education as well as justice and solidarity. These Touchstones are expressed in practical ways by those within our community, as well as being shared with others beyond the College.
At Nudgee College we strive to develop young men of big hearts and good character. Ultimately, Nudgee College boys are called to live out our College motto ‘Signum Fidei’, to be ‘a sign of faith’ to all.
St Joseph’s School is a co-educational Catholic Primary School catering for students in Prep to Year Seven. Our school has been dedicated to catholic schooling for over ninety years since the school’s opening in 1916 by the Sisters of St Joseph. These women brought the traditions and spirituality of Mary MacKillop. St Joseph’s still has strong connections with the Josephite sisters. The nearby St Joseph’s Hostel enables the sisters to regularly visit our students for special events.
Our goal for learning at St Joseph’s School is to empower learners of all ages to shape and enrich our changing world by living the Gospel of Jesus. We believe that the person of Jesus gives meaning to life and learning.
We believe in creating a Learner-Centred curriculum where we aim to cater for the unique developmental needs, interests, learning styles and preferences of individual children.
St Flannan’s Catholic Parish School is administered by the Brisbane Catholic Education Office on behalf of the Archbishop of Brisbane. As a community of faith within the Archdiocese of Brisbane, St Flannan’s is committed to an educational ministry that embraces and promotes lifelong faith learning.
As a Catholic School we respond likewise:
Our Lady Help of Christians is a Catholic Primary School catering for boys and girls from Prep to Year 7.
Our Lady Help of Christians was established on the 25th January 1937 by the then Parish Priest, Father Lynch. The Mother General of the Sisters of St Joseph provided sisters to staff the school. Sister Michael Xavier and Sister Amelda travelled from Nundah each day for two years until they were provided with accommodation in the present Presbytery.
Our Lady Help of Christians School offers the latest in teaching and learning, technology, extra curricular activity, and the benefits of being a high quality inclusive Catholic school. We offer our students a rounded education that supports personal growth based on Christian values. We encourage students to develop a knowledge of other cultures, languages and environmental and social issues.
Since 1956, Padua College has had a strong tradition of educating young men in the Franciscan tradition of courtesy and respect.
As an educational institution that prepares its young men for a variety of life choices, the College curriculum offers students a wide choice of subjects from the traditional subjects such as English, Maths and Science to vocational and certificate courses. Throughout their time at the College, the young men also participate in outdoor education and community service.
Perhaps one of the most exciting aspects of the College is the Pastoral care program which is firmly based on the principles of care and respect for each student. The House Guardians and Pastoral Care teachers work together to assist each boy to achieve, not only his learning potential, but also develop his spiritual awareness and sense of self-worth.
Padua College’s Information Technology ensures that our Physical Network Infrastructure, and Information Architecture, is of an Enterprise quality. Technology at Padua College continues to broaden and the continued work and investment provides an enormous advantage in the way that the students learn, access, and utilise technology. An e Learning Coordinator, an integral part of Information Technology at Padua College, is responsible for providing ongoing IT training for all Padua College staff members to maximise the benefit of the technology that continues to flourish.
Thus, Padua College provides an education which is, on the one hand, relevant to the needs of modern society, while on the other, it is firmly based in the time honoured tradition of Saint Francis of Assisi and its patron, Saint Anthony of Padua.
Padua College offers a vast co-curricular program, with Sport being a major part of this extended educational experience. The students are most certainly encouraged to be involved and engage in the multitude of sports on offer along with other activities, such as Debating, Chess, Social Justice programs to name a few, which broaden a student’s skills repertoire and experiences.
Padua College boasts a long and proud Franciscan tradition in Music. Since Padua College’s inception in 1956 there has been music, both choral and instrumental, in some form at the College. Padua’s rich musical tradition continues today under the auspices of the Franciscan Colleges Instrumental Programme (FCIP). There exists an extensive range of instruments taught through the FCIP and Padua College offers a music bursary. Students enrolled in the Programme will experience tours, camps and visits to an array of venues to showcase the talented students. Furthermore, students have the opportunity to join the various vocal ensembles and liturgy group which enrich the life of the College. School Musicals are also an integral part of College life.
Located in Kedron, Brisbane, Mount Alvernia College has provided high quality education in the Franciscan tradition for young women for more than fifty years.
The Franciscan values of love, simplicity, joy and respect for all creation are interwoven in the life of the college and these values are actively promoted in all aspects of the school community whether it is in the classroom, on the sporting field in the music centre or in the various outreach programmes which the college supports
Our Lady of the Angels' is a co-educational primary school on the north-side of Brisbane with a current enrolment of 523 from Prep to Year 7. Our school offers a contemporary approach to teaching and learning, a high standard of integrated technology, many extra curricula activities and the benefits of being a high quality inclusive Catholic school.
Our Lady of the Angels' promotes a rounded education that encourages personal growth based on Christian values. We encourage students to develop a knowledge of other cultures, languages and environmental and social considerations. Students are encouraged to participate as fully as they can in the life of the school.
As our mission statement proclaims, our community seeks to empower and celebrate all as lifelong learners and leaders who are inspired by the lives of Nano Nagle and St Francis. As a Catholic school, we also strive to deepen an understanding of, and nurture a relationship with our God, through an extensive Religious Education program and community worship opportunities based on Catholic traditions. Our students are encouraged to shine with life; learn with love; and grow with God.
Mary MacKillop College was opened as a day school in 1963 by the Sisters of St. Joseph and was first known as Mt. St. Joseph’s Students Secondary School. In 1970 the name was changed to Corpus Christi College to avoid confusion with other schools in the area. In 2009, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Mary MacKillop's death and canonisation, the Sisters of St Joseph renamed the College, Mary MacKillop College.
The Sisters of St. Joseph are a Religious Order founded in Australia in 1866 by our first Australian Saint, Mary MacKillop. In keeping with the spirit of the foundress, Josephite schools continue to have a strong emphasis on faith, community and pastoral care as well as on an education suited to the needs of today.
Today the College has an enrolment of 500 and its students are drawn from a wide range of Brisbane suburbs. The school caters for Years 8 to 12 and has a teaching staff of 35. It is expected that the College will move to incorporate Year 7 in 2015/16.r.