How many Catholic schools in the Brisbane archdiocese?

144 Catholic schools
The Archdiocese manages 98 parishes and 144 Catholic schools.

What does Brisbane Catholic Education do?

About us. Brisbane Catholic Education is committed to high-quality teaching and learning for almost 75,000 students from Prep to Year 12 enrolled in our 146 schools and colleges.

How many Brisbane Catholic Education schools are there?

There are 139 schools in the Brisbane Catholic Education community.

What is Catholic school identity?

Brisbane Catholic Education defines Catholic identity as the way in which the Gospel of Jesus is given living expression throughout every school and office community. A contemporary Catholic Identity is borne of the encounter between faith, life and culture.

What is the best Catholic primary school in Brisbane?

For example, for most people in Brisbane, they are more willing to choose the best Catholic school in Brisbane for their children or themselves.

  1. St Joseph’s College (SJC)
  2. Holy Spirit College (HSC)
  3. St Rita’s College.
  4. All Hallow’s School (AHS)
  5. St Stephen’s Catholic College.
  6. St John’s College (SJC)

How many Catholic schools are there in Queensland?

The three main education providers are the Queensland Government (1280 schools), Catholic Education (282 schools) and the Independent schools sector (172 schools). Government schools are often called State Schools or Public Schools. Non-government schools are often called Private Schools.

When was the first Catholic school in Queensland?

The first Catholic school here opened in 1858 and was the beginnings of the school we now refer to as St Mary’s Primary, although it was not known by that name. This makes St Mary’s the oldest still operating Catholic School in Queensland. The school was staffed by lay people until 1870 when the first Sisters arrived.

Is Seton College a special school?

Is Seton College a “Special” School? No. Seton College is a contemporary Catholic, coeducational Secondary College purpose-built for personalised learning.

Which is the best primary school in Brisbane?

The Best Primary Schools in Brisbane

  1. Clayfield College, Clayfield, Private.
  2. Somerville House, South Brisbane, Private.
  3. The Lakes College, North Lakes, Private.
  4. Rainworth State School, Rainworth, Public.
  5. MacGregor State School, MacGregor, Public.
  6. Ashgrove State School, Ashgrove, Public.

What is the best public primary school in Brisbane?

How do I contact the Catholic Education Office in Brisbane?

Brisbane Catholic Education Office. 2A Burke Street, Woolloongabba QLD 4102. Postal Address: GPO Box 1201 Brisbane 4001 Australia. Phone: (07) 3033 7000. Fax: (07) 3844 5101. A.B.N. 49 991 006 857.

Why choose a Catholic school in Brisbane?

Catholic Education in the Archdiocese of Brisbane is anchored in a Catholic vision that is personal and public, reflective and active, nurturing and transformative. An introduction to Catholic schooling within the Archdiocese of Brisbane. Looking for a Catholic school in Brisbane?

What is education in the Archdiocese of Brisbane?

Education Catholic Education in the Archdiocese of Brisbane is anchored in a Catholic vision that is personal and public, reflective and active, nurturing and transformative. Primary & secondary education Catholic schooling in Brisbane

What is the Archdiocese of Brisbane doing to promote lifelong faith learning?

As a community of faith, the Archdiocese is committed to an educational ministry that embraces and promotes lifelong faith learning. If you cannot find the information you are looking for here please complete our feedback form and a representative of the Archdiocese of Brisbane will be in contact with you shortly.