In 1995, seven Catholic primary and secondary schools on the Redcliffe Peninsula amalgamated to form Southern Cross Catholic College. The merging of these schools brought together their rich histories and the charisms from the Brigidine Sisters, the Josephites, the De La Salle Brothers and the founder of Catholic education on the peninsula, Monsignor Bartholomew Frawley.
In the 25 years since amalgamation, Southern Cross Catholic College has transformed into a college where the meaningful curriculum is future focused and attentive to the needs of today's youth and their world. The College has a proud record of academic, sporting and cultural achievement and is one of the largest co-educational Catholic Colleges in the state.
Despite the size of the College, the fact that there are three primary campuses and one secondary campus ensures each student is recognised as an individual where personal growth and the pursuit of excellence is prioritised.
A number of events to celebrate our 25 year milestone were planned for 2020, however with Covid-19 disrupting all aspects of life, some of these events will be resheduled for future dates, yet to be determined. Please monitor this site for further details.