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 Present History

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Class of 2009

St Teresa’s Catholic College is a non-selective Catholic Systemetic Secondary school operated under the auspices of the Brisbane Catholic Education office. It’s charism is a dual focus combining the spiritual and educational philosophies of the Catholic Church’s Carmelite (St Teresa of Avila) and Marist (St Marcellin Champagnat) traditions. 

The College moved to its present site in 2005 and in four years has completed its major building projects. The final stage of building will be officially opened in September 2010. The buildings are connected by a covered walkway thanks to Federal Labour Government money under the National School Pride Funding for Secondary Schools. These were completed in early 2010. 

Currently, the College has 960 students from Year 7 to Year 12. The current Year 12 students will be the eighth cohort to graduate from the College. 

At present St Teresa’s has a teaching staff of 73 teachers and an ancillary staff of 18 teacher aides/ canteen/ library/ groundstaff etc. It has an active Middle School programme and a strong Vocational education opportunity for those students in the senior School who wish to pursue school based apprenticeships. It also has obtained some strong OP results.

The College has taken a Learning services structure where access to teacher aide support is available to all students who are in need of assistance. It provides a wide range of extra and co-curricular activities which are outlined in other pages on the website.​
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