Our Lady's College
About Our Lady's College
Our Lady’s College is a Catholic, independent, all-girls day school that serves students between the ages of 11 and 18 years old. Located in the City of Brisbane, Queensland, the school has over 300 enrolled students.
Established in 1964, it wasn’t until 1976 that the School came under the auspices of the Brisbane Catholic Education Centre, and has since been a Brisbane Archdiocesan College.
The girls at Our Lady’s College are taught in well-equipped classrooms with an abundance of subject-specific resources. In addition to this, they have access to a resource centre, science laboratories, music rooms, a pottery room and many more facilities. There are also gardens on the school grounds that students are able to get involved in maintaining.
The curriculum taught at Our Lady’s College is centred on the Brisbane Catholic Education Learning and Teaching Framework, which aims to maximise opportunities for students so that they can reach their potential. Senior students at the College follow an outline by the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority, which supports them as they select an ATAR, Tertiary Entrance or Queensland Certificate of Education pathway. The School also implements a one-to-one laptop program where students can use the laptops at home and school, while being the school’s property.
Our Lady’s College prioritises three values: tradition, excellence and community. The school aspires to educate their students in a way that encourages them to become reflective, self-directed women who positively influence the world by living out Christ’s mission.