Iona College is an independent Catholic boys school, owned and administered by the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate.
It is located in the Brisbane bayside suburb of Wynnum West and caters for over 1500 students from Years 5 to 12 inclusive.
Marist College Ashgrove
Marist College Ashgrove was founded by the Marist Brothers as a day and boarding College in 1940.
As a Catholic school, owned and conducted by the Marist Brothers, the College is maintained through the efforts of the Catholic community whose sons it serves.
Padua College is a Catholic school community in which the Gospel values of joy, simplicity, courtesy, humility and peace are fostered. The Padua community aims to offer an academic and social environment of security and affirmation that assists the boys in their personal growth.
St Edmund’s College
St Edmund’s seeks to provide the best possible education for its students in an environment which is permeated by consciousness of the presence of God and love for Christ. The College is located in Mary Street, Woodend, Ipswich and will soon celebrate 50 years “On the Hill”.
St Laurence’s College
St Laurence’s College provides a high standard, Catholic education to boys in Years 5 to 12. Conducted in the tradition of Edmund Rice, the College is situated in a central location in South Brisbane and currently has over 1500 students.
St Patrick’s College
St. Patrick’s has a proud history of educating young men in the Edmund Rice tradition. St. Patrick’s College is committed to achieving academic excellence to meet the educational needs of future Australian leaders, reformers, innovators and workers.
St Peters Lutheran College
St Peters Lutheran College is a school of the Lutheran Church of Australia , providing Prep to Year 12 Christian co-education with boarding available from Year 6. St Peters Lutheran College comprises two distinct schools at Indooroopilly and Springfield.
Villanova College is an independent Catholic school for boys from Year Five to Year Twelve conducted by the Order of St Augustine. The reason for the school’s existence is the education of members of the Catholic community in the context of their Christian faith.