Clairvaux MacKillop College is a Catholic Co-educational Secondary College administered by the archdiocese of Brisbane.
The College enrols students from Years 8 to 12 and has a student population of around 1200 students. The spirit of the College is a reflection of its aims and heritage. There is a strong system of Pastoral Care which seeks to implement the aims of the college.
The College strives to educate the whole person, spiritually, intellectually, socially, and morally. We believe in the importance of a broad curriculum suited to the needs, abilities, and interests of our students. The College offers a broad range of subjects, catering to many ability levels. In the junior school, the curriculum offered provides great diversity, as well the 'core' subjects of English, Mathematics, Science, History and Religious Education. The senior school offers both academic and vocational pathways.
The co-curricular life of the college is active and varied. We aim to provide a broad range of co-curricular opportunities and actively encourage student participation.
The aim of Groves Christian College is to provide Christ-centred schooling in an atmosphere of love, respect, peace and discipline which will encourage students to achieve their full potential for God.
Groves has non-denominational Christian ethos and caters for children from a wide variety of Christian backgrounds and traditions.
Groves Christian College has grown to over 800 students from Preschool to Year 12 and also operates a school of Distance Education with over 700 students spread all over Queensland.
SETON COLLEGE, established in 1964, is a Catholic co-educational High School with a maximum enrolment of 230 students from Years Eight to Twelve. Its modern campus is located in a bushland setting at Mount Gravatt East, 12 km South-East of Brisbane’s CBD.
As a school of “specific purpose”, Seton College welcomes students with a range of abilities. In particular it seeks to provide opportunities for students who have experienced difficulties with their schoolwork in earlier years to achieve success. The College is not a designated Special School and may not be able to accommodate the needs of all students seeking enrolment.
At Seton College we seek to identify the strengths and abilities of individual students and develop those while targeting specific academic areas where the student needs additional assistance. Seton’s small class sizes and “multi-levelled curriculum” enables students to achieve at all levels.
The college curriculum includes most core subjects and a variety of elective subjects. Particular emphasis is given to literacy and numeracy. Small classes, a strong core curriculum, focused teaching and extensive learning support give students the opportunity to do their best “whatever their best may be”.
In their senior years at Seton College students may choose to study for the Queensland Certificate of Education, do a variety of vocational and Certificate courses or choose to transition to other appropriate academic and vocational pathways. Work experience, work placements, certificate courses and traineeships are offered from Year Ten.
Seton College aims to provide the very best curriculum and educational opportunities for students to enable them to achieve at their best in a pastoral and caring Christian environment in order to positively contribute to society.
Chisholm Catholic College is a single campus co-educational secondary College in Cornubia on Brisbane's Southside.
Established in 1992 and set in natural bushland, the college currently educates approximately 600 students.
Our motto is "Live Christ's Challenge". To this end we endeavour to include all in our community and to have students focus on how they can make a contribution to our world, similar to the works of our patron Caroline Chisholm. We are proud of our achievements and I believe that the educational pathways and outcomes are excellent for the students. Chisholm has an unique spirit and much is done through the pastoral care and co-curriculum structure to have students "connect" with the school community.
Redeemer Lutheran College exists to provide an education of quality in which all activities and relationships are shaped and informed by the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Redeemer Lutheran College (RLC) is a Co-educational Christian College for Prep to year 12. The College currently has an enrolment of 1,102 students.
RLC is a high achieving school; with majority of senior school-leavers scoring strongly in the OP ranking
The College is well-equipped with general and specialist modern and spacious teaching areas; for subjects such as: Science, Home Economic, IT, Film and TV etc
It is Redeemer’s goal that on completing their schooling, students:
St Edward the Confessor School seeks to provide an environment where children are able to live and grow in faith, life and learning.
At St Edward’s the community aims to foster the educational and the faith dimensions of our children within a Catholic Christian Community. Keeping in mind the vision and ethos of Catholic education religious education is an integral part of the curriculum and life of the school.
Religious education aims to develop students’ religious literacy in the light of the Catholic tradition. This aim promotes the development of knowledge, skills and values which students need to participate as active life-long learners. Religious Education is taught daily in formal lessons or integrated in units of work which aims to develop the children's religious literacy in the light of the Catholic tradition.
All children attending St Edward the Confessor School are involved in: Early Years, Years 3 to 7 and whole school prayer assemblies, year level/class liturgical celebrations involving the school, families and parish.
Preparation and celebration for the Sacraments of Reconciliation, Confirmation and Eucharist are parish based in line with Archdiocesan policy.
Prayer Assemblies are held each Monday morning [Years 3 to 7] and afternoon [Prep to Year 2]. Each class in turn takes the responsibility for organising a prayer presentation for these assemblies. Parents/carers are invited to attend.
Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School prides itself on the spirit that can be found in our students, teachers, sporting teams, achievements, friendships and approach to learning.
We are a co-educational school with a current enrolment of 480 students from Prep through to Year 7.
Our 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.
We form part of an active and supportive Parish Community and families are encouraged to be involved. Our Lady of Lourdes Community embraces and celebrates Catholic beliefs, traditions and values.
At St Catherine’s we strive to provide high quality inclusive Catholic education.
Our staff forms a professional team, committed to best practice and encouraged to be innovative and creative. We offer a broad-based curriculum providing a range of opportunities and experiences that deliberately fosters growth in students as life-long learners.
St Catherine’s is also a part of the Brisbane Catholic Education system of schools which provides us with an extensive level of student and school support.
St Peter's Primary School is situated on 5 hectares of land, located in a semi-rural area on the southern outskirts of Brisbane. We are a co-educational Brisbane Catholic Education school with a current enrolment of 415 students from Prep through to Year Seven.
As a community of life-long learners, we are empowered by the teachings of Jesus and are challenged to use our skills, knowledge and values to shape and enrich our world. We work in partnership with parents to help children reach their full potential. St Peter’s is committed to providing a contemporary educational program that has a particular emphasis on social justice and sustainability.
Through the Religious Education Program, students are offered access to a faith tradition that is rich and life-giving. The development of the child’s spirituality is central to our missio
Sinai College is an independent, Jewish day school, enrolling students from Prep to Year 7. Through a programme that balances and integrates both the secular and Judaic activities as well as the curricular and non curricular activities, students are encouraged to develop spiritually, morally, intellectually, socially, emotionally and physically.
The School is dedicated to creating a caring environment in which students can grow to their fullest potential as responsible and dedicated members of the Jewish people and of the wider Australian community.
At Sinai College, we aim to teach our students to become lifelong learners inspired by a love of learning through a comprehensive program of secular and Judaic studies which places a priority on creative thought and expression and to understand and appreciate the wisdom, spiritual depth, ethical guidance, and practical application of Judaism.
John Paul College is one of Queensland’s largest and most progressive private, independent, co-educational schools with a reputation for offering K - Year 12 students a contemporary learning experience, supported by comprehensive co-curricular performing arts and sporting programs and a leading Notebook Computer Program*.
Our campus is located in Daisy Hill, south-east of Brisbane and north of the Gold Coast.
Our College offers a contemporary international oriented curriculum to meet the learning and development needs of students in Kindergarten and Prep through to Year 12. We also offer Child Care and Outside School Hours Care services.
Our aim is to develop well-balanced students who are real-world ready. To ensure we deliver a consistently high standard of education to all age groups, our College is divided into a number of "schools within a school".
Each of our schools has a clearly delineated campus, which means our John Paul College students learn and grow in a safe and secure environment, that has been custom-designed to meet their unique learning requirements.
The schools within John Paul College include:
Students from Year 4 through to Year 12 use a notebook computer in their day-to-day school life.
St Agnes, Mt Gravatt as one of the 150 schools of the Brisbane Archdiocese, is bound to improving educational outcomes for all our students, in that they will live fulfilling productive and responsible lives through letting their light shine.
Our vision is to make the dream (kingdom) of Jesus present in our daily activities through our learning and relationships. This is captured in our vision: to let our light shine through lifelong learning, life enhancing relationship s and life giving spirituality. We live this through the St Agnes Way: awareness, respect, safety, cooperation and active learning. These values are tangibly demonstrated in the activities and interactions daily.
We believe in the value of a high quality education for every child through creating a safe, welcoming and educationally purposeful environment. Our goal is to empower every child to shape and enrich our changing world by living the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We do this through developing engaging, challenging and supported learning experiences offering a diverse curriculum and extra curricula activities. In 2012 we will continue to implement the Australian Curriculum.
At St Paul’s we value a positive school climate and an inclusive culture. The general feel of the school is one of a diverse, welcoming community in which the school’s mission statement and expressed core values of respect, safety and learning characterise students and adults as belonging to a caring responsible and respectful community.
St. Bernardine's Catholic School is under the direction of Brisbane Catholic Education and the Archdiocese of Brisbane. St Bernardine's is located in the Logan City suburb of Regents Park, south-west of the Brisbane CBD.
St Bernardine's is a co-educational school from Prep to Year 7 with an approximate enrolment of 610 students.
We are committed to providing strong spiritual, academic, sporting and cultural diversity of curriculum. Students are supported within a pastoral care network system. Along with the staff and students our community also places a strong emphasis on the partnership between the school and home. This is highlighted by the number of opportunities our parents have to assist their son/daughter in the mission of education.
We strive to create a stimulating learning environment as we respond to our motto of 'To Serve, To Challenge'.
A Catholic co-educational school from Year 8 to Year 12.
St Thomas More College is a small to medium co-educational college offering almost everything large schools do, and that makes it “a great choice”.
The College has just over 450 students and this allows staff to build meaningful and supportive relationships with students. Founded on enduring Catholic Values, the College has an excellent Pastoral Care Program, based on our belief in the dignity of the individual. We offer a complete curriculum to meet the needs of all learners with both vocational and academic pathways in the Senior School. Additionally, the College offers a wide range of co- curricular offerings in sport and the performing arts.
St Thomas More College provides many opportunities for students to grow in a supportive and caring environment. If you are interested in enrolling your son or daughter at St Thomas More College please contact our Enrolment Secretary, Mrs Davies for further information. We have Visitors' Days each term where it is possible during a 90 minute visit to gather more information and view our first class facilities.
Committed to its basic philosophy of Love, Laughter and Learning, the College caters for children from 15 months of age through to Year 12. The College campus is located on 56 acres in a semi-rural setting in Taylor Road Sheldon. The College was established in 1997 and is committed to providing a quality education for all students in a safe, secure learning environment which is characterised by high standards for both staff and students in the areas of dress and appearance, behaviour and individual scholarship and work habits.
St Bernard’s Catholic Primary School offers students a rounded education that encourages personal growth based on Christian values and the understanding of different cultures, languages, and environmental and social issues.
We offer a comprehensive curriculum utilising the latest teaching and learning practices, educational technology, extra-curricular activities and the benefits of being connected to the a strong and diverse parish community.
With a current enrolment of just over 400 students from Prep to Year 7, our school community is small and close knit, ensuring each child is a recognised part of our community.
As a high quality, inclusive Catholic co-educational school, we share in the mission of the local Catholic church, founded by the Josephite Sisters, and serving families of the Upper Mount Gravatt Region and beyond since the 1950s.
Looking for a school in which to enrol your child can be a daunting and somewhat stressful experience. With so many schools offering so many things how do you decide which one is right for your child?
We believe we have the answer – the Bethania difference!
Bethania Lutheran School is a welcoming, supportive community based Christian school, where every student is supported to succeed and grow. There is a feeling of belonging. Our teachers, parents and students work together to make that feeling a reality. Belonging to a real community helps students feel safe to discover the unique person God created them to be and help parents play an important part in their child’s education. Young children are rich in potential, creativity and imagination. That’s why it is important to build an environment where students can build a lifelong love of learning. Research shows the families and schools working together in partnership is one of the most effective ways for your child to achieve individual success.
BLS staff members are dedicated to sharing their passion for learning with the students.
Whatever the aspirations and skills of our students, we help them to reach their full potential. With our new 1 to 1 I pad program (starting from year 3) learning is stimulating in our digital, air conditioned classrooms.
Bethania Lutheran School, understands that parents in our community work hard and make sacrifices to send their child to an independent Christian school such as ours. Our low, all inclusive fees reflect this. To further help families we also offer discounts for on time payment of fees and sibling discounts.
‘Calvary Christian College will be a Christian learning community providing a quality education which is Christ-centred, innovative and holistic.’
At Calvary Christian College we provide the opportunities and positive Christian framework to guide our students beyond their schooling year.
Calvary Christian College is a Co-educational school, catering to students from 15 months in childcare to year Twelve.
Springwood Campus - P-6
161 Dennis Road
Ph: 3808 8368
Fax: 3808 9907
The core values of the College are built upon the Christians beliefs are expressed by Logan Uniting Church. The church believes that its God-given purpose is to ‘draw people into a life-transforming relationship with Jesus Christ’.
The Islamic College of Brisbane was established in January 1995. It offers high quality education at both primary and secondary levels. The college is situated on the outskirts of the city next to a large nature reserve, the Karawatha forest.