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Deus Meus et Omnia (My God and My All)

Padua College is an independent Catholic boys school for Years 5 - 12.
80 Turner Rd
PO Box 111 Kedron Q 4031
Brisbane North
07 3857 9999
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Virtual Tour

Padua College are proud to announce the arrival of our Virtual Tour.

The Tour has been uploaded to our YouTube Channel and may be viewed as above or via this link https://youtu.be/XNOwnhseOzQ It is also available to view on our College website www.padua.qld.edu.au.

To personally get the most out of this video, we encourage you to watch it on your mobile phone via the YouTube app, turn on your sound, tilt your phone to landscape view, or, on any desktop, drag your mouse.

Improve the quality of your view by adjusting the Settings cog at the base of the screen.

Watch in 3D by choosing the 3D option and using a VR headset for maximum effect.

We hope you enjoy the Padua College Virtual Tour. Please share with family and friends to learn about the Good Men of Padua in their own words. We Are #paduaproud.


Mr Peter Elmore
  • Primary School
  • Secondary School
  • Primary through Secondary
  • Independent
  • Catholic
5 - 12
Tuition only (p.a)- Year 7 $8,090; Year 12 $9,165; General Purpose Levy as per our website
  • Japanese
  • Australian Rules Football
  • Basketball
  • Chess
  • Cricket
  • Cross Country Running
  • Golf
  • Hockey (field)
  • Rugby League
  • Rugby Union
  • Soccer
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball

As a Franciscan educational community, Padua College prides itself on being a place of affirmation, acceptance and hospitality. 

We are... Padua.

Padua College is an independent Catholic boys school in the care of the Franciscan Friars of Kedron.  With attractive surrounds and of moderate size, Padua College fosters the academic, spiritual, physical, cultural and social needs of boys from Year 5 to Year 12.

Franciscans have been educating for 800 years.  In the spirit of St Francis, Padua is a gospel-centered community that strives to foster the individual growth and devleopment of it's students.  Padua has become a place of affirmation and acceptance where all students are encouraged to strive to their own personal level of excellence.

All students from Years 5 to 12 are required to follow an academic program which provides them with a comprehensive and challenging education.  Padua places a very strong emphasis on the value of a broad and balanced education in all major areas of learning.  In the senior years, students are offered the opportunity to pursue a vocational style of education in which school-based apprenticeships can be undertaken.  However, the majority of students participate in programs which prepare them for university entrance.  All boys are encouraged to particpate in the co-curricular program including associated independent colleges, sport, Fransiscan Colleges instrumental music program, debating, drama and Theatresports.

Padua College is a faith community which prides itself on being a place of affirmation, acceptance and hospitality.

for more information visit www.padua.qld.edu.au

A challenging curriculum from Years 5-12, featuring a wide range of QSA and VET options in the Senior School.
Two well resourced campuses: Years 5-6 and Years 7-12 set in pleasant welcoming environments. Sporting fields for Cricket, Rugby and Soccer; Multipurpose hall accomodates numerous indoor sports such as volleyball and basketball. Modern Outdoor Education Centre in the Noosa Hinterland catering for camping, ropes courses, canoeing, sailing etc.

Co-Curricular at the College is vast. In the sports arena we strongly recommend that students engage in the many opportunities available such as cricket, swimming, volleyball, basketball, rugby union, football, water polo, afl, tennis and hockey, just to name a few. Debating, chess, public speaking, mooting and social justice groups provide another dimension to the co-curricular activities on offer at Padua College. In addition, Padua College has a strong tradition with its comprehensive music programme.

Information Technology of an enterprise quality.

A focus on recognising and rewarding achievement, effort and excellence ensuring all students have an equal opportunity to develop to their full potential. The aim of the Program is to assist students in looking after themselves, each other and their school. Your son is our priority.

Padua College, a Christian community, is a place of affirmation and acceptance, where students are encouraged to strive to their personal level of excellence.
To provide a supportive community committed to the dynamic education of young men, whose individuality, spirit and achievements are nurtured through a proud Catholic and Franciscan ethos.

Padua participates in the Cooperative Scholarship Testing Program (CSTP), an annual testing program for scholarships for independent schools throughout Australia.  Please visit the website www.padua.qld.edu.au under Enrolments/scholarships for more details.

Padua College offers a music bursary.  Please visit the website www.padua.qld.edu.au under Co-curricular/ Music for details regarding The Allan and Joan Napier Family Music Bursary.

The Learning Enrichment Centre (LEC) at the College assists students from Years 5 to 12 who require additional educational support. Learning support provision is embedded within the College infrastructure and aims to support students, their families and teachers. The centre also caters for students by way of extension curriculum support.

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