Profile: Brisbane Boys College

Brisbane Boys’ College provides a rigorous academic environment which allows every boy to aim to maximise his educational potential. The basis of our educational philosophy at Brisbane Boys’ College is simple – a successful education does not teach students what to think, but how to think. If we are to prepare tomorrow’s leaders, we must help them to develop flexibility of mind, strength of character, social skills and a sound belief system.

As a boys’ school, BBC is specifically tailored to meet the needs of young men as they progress through their education. Excellence is valued and academically gifted students are challenged to reach their full potential. Indeed students at all ability levels are provided with individual support and attention and the school prides itself on the care offered to all.

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Curriculum at Brisbane Boys College

A broad range of subjects are offered, from the fundamental three R’s of learning – reading, writing and arithmetic – to performing arts disciplines, vocational training subjects and technology areas such as robotics and multimedia. This broad educational framework permits boys to choose their own direction, whether it be on to tertiary studies or directly into the workforce.

BBC emphasises personal development and excellence in all fields. From the Junior School (Prep to Year 6), where a solid foundation in educational basics is instilled, to the Middle (Years 7 to 9) and Senior Schools (Years 10 to 12), where natural abilities and potential are fostered and encouraged, an outstanding educational experience awaits your son when he joins the ranks of many thousands of young men who have passed through the ‘Portal’ since 1902, and who proudly proclaim themselves ‘Collegians’.

We invite you to visit our website for further information or contact us to arrange a visit to BBC.

Visit our website for further information.

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