St John Fisher College
Type of School: Catholic Girls’ Secondary College.
School Fees 2022: $6003-6360
Intake Years: Years 7–12 where vacancies exist.
Special Programs & Activities:
When a student joins St John Fisher College, she begins her journey for life, joining a family who value her as an individual and gently guide her into an increasingly complex world. St John Fisher is a vibrant community where students are encouraged to become fully involved in the life of the College. We share and celebrate the gifts and talents of all members of our community. The College offers an extensive sporting and co-curricular program where students of all abilities are encouraged to participate. Many of our students go on to compete in the sporting and cultural spheres with great success.
Our students consistently achieve well above the state average in NAPLAN and our Year 12s graduate from the College equipped with tangible outcomes, allowing them to make their mark in the world.
Set on approximately 15 hectares of land in Brisbane’s leafy north, we are a College that demands the best of your daughter in all her pursuits.
Tours: Tours are held once a month during school term. Please check the website to register for the next available tour.
Anytime Virtual Tour: Registration required.
General Comments: St John Fisher College is a community where girls are openly proud of both their own achievements and their school. It is a place where your daughter can grow in a caring and nurturing environment and where she is encouraged to become the very best person she can be. We firmly believe this College is a ‘stepping stone’ for your daughter to make her mark.
To mark Bastille Day 2021, St John Fisher College were honoured to welcome Brisbane Archbishop Mark Benedict Coleridge to celebrated Mass in French.
The momentous occasion has particular significance for the students who are part of the Language Immersion Excellence Program. The program provides Year 8 and 9 students with the opportunity to completely immerse themselves in the French language by electing to study the subject of Religion in French.