St James College
St James College is a Catholic Co-educational Secondary College in the Edmund Rice tradition, catering for students and families seeking a holistic school environment.
We specialise in educating students from Years 8 to 12 in quality academic (OP) and Vocational Education & Training.
Providing quality education since 1868, St James' philosophy is based on Gospel values and the tradition of Edmund Rice, the founder of The Christian Brothers.
Edmund Rice Education Australia
A proclamation of an authentic expression of Edmund Rice Education as applied to Catholic schools in the Edmund Rice Tradition.
Located in the centre of Brisbane City, St James accepts enrolments from throughout South-East Queensland. St James College has an inclusive enrolment policy and seeks to enroll, include and make welcome students from a broad spectrum of the Australian population, regardless of race, background, religion, ability, social or economic means.
The College is now taking enrolments for Year 8 in 2013 and 2014 and for Year 7 in 2015.
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News & Events
Applications for Enrolment are now being received for Year 7 and Year 8 for 2015 and beyond.
Parents and carers who are considering sending their child to St James are urged to download the enrolment package from our website or contact the College Office (3230 8600).
New Time for P&F Meetings
Please be advised that Parents & Friends will now meet on the third Wednesday of every month during term time (at 5:30pm).
Junior Computing (Robotics)
Click here to see the exciting project the Junior Computing (Robotics) students have been working on this year.
Click here to see the slideshow the French class has put together to celebrate Bastille Day.
Student Laptop Computers 30/05/2013
The College has begun a program which eventually will see laptop computers issued to each student for their personal use. Each laptop will be provided in a sturdy carry bag for transporting the laptop between home and school each day and between classes. The computers are for school work and nothing other than school work should be loaded onto the hard drive. They are not to be used for games, music or video. Read More ..
Explore Uni Days 30/05/2013
All students in Years 10, 11 & 12 will have the opportunity to spend a day on a Queensland University of Technology campus before the end of this term. Year 11 students will go to Kelvin Grove on June 6; Year 10 will go to Gardens Point on June 17 and Year 12 to Gardens Point on June 20 after their exams are finished. Permission slips are being distributed and these need to be returned before these dates. QUT is funding transport and is providing lunch. Students need to bring Morning Tea and a water bottle.
Brekkie Van - Clothes Needed! 23/05/2013
As winter approaches and the cold starts to kick in, many people who attend our Brekkie Van need warm clothes and blankets. If you have any jumpers, tracksuit pants, long clothes or warm blankets, particularly means, that you are able to donate, please drop these off at the front office. All generosity is greatly appreciated!
A big thank you to those who continue to support our Brekkie Van program! Donations in kind, particularly bacon or eggs, or financial contributions, are always warmly received.