Foundations of Catholic Education
Dr Lee-Anne Perry, Executive Director, Queensland Catholic Education Commission
At the beginning of 2020, we welcomed students, staff and families who formed part of our Catholic school communities, with more than 154,158 students, including 11,000 excited Preps commencing in Term 1.
We welcomed two new schools, St Ann’s School at Redbank Plains and Woodstock Flexible Learning Centre (FLC) in the Gold Coast hinterland.
Our Year 12 students, along with their peers across other sectors, were also the first cohort to complete the new Queensland Certificate of Education.
I look forward to seeing the many more achievements 2021 is yet to bring.
About Catholic Education in Queensland
There are 307 Catholic schools in Queensland educating more than 154,158 students or one in five Queensland school students.
Our Catholic schools provide a faith-based education focused on educating young Queenslanders to be well-informed, highly skilled and constructive members of the community.
Catholic schools value diversity and are welcoming and inclusive communities where families from a wide range of social, economic and religious backgrounds come together.
To find out more about Catholic education in Queensland visit the Queensland Catholic Education Commission website here.