Catholic schooling in Brisbane - Archdiocese of Brisbane

Catholic schooling in Brisbane

Together BCE, RI and EREA educate 91,752 schoolchildren or approximately 22% of the 421,661 Queensland students enrolled.

Brisbane Catholic Education (BCE) is committed to high quality teaching and learning for more than 70,000 young people enrolled in our schools and colleges from Prep to Year 12.
The BCE community of 137 schools within the Archdiocese of Brisbane is founded on Christ and is at the service of our students, families, society and the Church – teaching, challenging and transforming.

Various Religious Institute (RI) and Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA) schools and flexible learning centres also operate within Archdiocesan borders bringing the total number of Catholic educational facilities to 164.

Together BCE, RI and EREA educate 91,752 schoolchildren or approximately 22% of the 421,661 Queensland students enrolled (figures cited from the State Census 2014).
In terms of non-government schooling, BCE, RI and EREA educate 91,752 or approximately 54% of the 171,083 private school students (figures cited from the State Census 2014).

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