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Southern Cross Catholic College is a Prep to Year 12 day-school offering families a co-educational pathway to life long learning. The College offers a comprehensive , holistic education where individual abilities are nurtured to foster educational success.
307 Scarborough Rd
PO Box 121, Scarborough, QLD 4020
Brisbane North
07 3480 3600
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  • Primary through Secondary
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Prep - 12
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  • Information Technology
  • Music
  • Numeracy / Literacy
  • Pastoral Care / Guidance
  • Performing Arts
  • Personal Values
  • Robotics
  • Science/Technology
  • Social & Emotional Learning
  • Sport
  • Tertiary Pathways
  • Welfare
  • English as a second language
  • Japanese
  • Australian Rules Football
  • Basketball
  • Cricket
  • Cross Country Running
  • Debating
  • Netball
  • Oztag
  • Rugby League
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Touch Football
  • Volleyball


There is something very comforting in finding the Southern Cross in a sky crowded with constellations. For millennia the Southern Cross has guided and reassured the peoples of our land. The stars were and continue to be an important symbol for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, the first custodians of our ancient land. The Southern Cross has guided explorers and navigators and became a symbol of unity first for the miners of Eureka and then on our National Flag. For Australian Christians, the Southern Cross is a symbol of the Great South Land of the Holy Spirit.

Southern Cross Catholic College continues the rich and proud tradition of Catholic education on the Redcliffe Peninsula in providing a comprehensive education for our students from Prep to Year 12. The college comprises four campuses spanning the Peninsula from Woody Point to Scarborough and Kippa Ring. As a Lasallian College we celebrate and live the charism of St John Baptist De La Salle where we accept the invitation to make the loving and saving presence of Jesus Christ a visible and effective reality in the world of education, in the world of the young. Ultimately we are about faith leading to service which in turn builds authentic community.

I commend our Prospectus and our website as a valuable source of information for prospective families and invite parents to visit our college for a more personal experience.

Live Jesus in our hearts forever!

Chris Campbell




Southern Cross Catholic College (SCCC) is a Prep to Year 12 day-school offering families a co-educational pathway to lifelong learning. Founded in 1995 following the amalgamation of seven catholic schools on the Redcliffe Peninsula, the College maintains a proud record of academic, sporting and cultural excellence. With approximately 1600 students on four campuses, the College offers a comprehensive, holistic education for all students, with the uniqueness of the College and diversity of campus locations allowing students and their families access to facilities unparalleled in Queensland Catholic Education.

Today, the multi-campus College operates as the principal Catholic college on the Redcliffe Peninsula. Campuses are located in Scarborough, Kippa Ring and Woody Point, accommodating students from Prep to Year 6, and a fourth campus is located in Scarborough accommodating middle and senior years students from Year 7 to Year 12. The pursuit of excellence is encouraged for all students across a broad range of academic, cultural and sporting interests. SCCC is proud to offer:

  • exceptional pastoral care;
  • a strong focus on social justice;
  • academic and vocational excellence;
  • a seamless curriculum;
  • a dynamic award-winning Middle Years program;
  • 1-1 laptop program;
  • exceptional learners and extension;
  • school-based traineeships and apprenticeships.

Across all the phases of learning from Early Years through to Senior Years, the curriculum takes into account contemporary research and teaching, ensuring students are challenged to extend their skills and knowledge, whilst individual abilities are nurtured to foster educational success.


Full primary, authority & authority registered subjects in the Arts, Sciences, IT and Humanities, vocational education and training, and school-based apprenticeships.
Multi-campuses, air-conditioned classrooms, 4 library/resource centres, heated 50m pool, tennis courts, multi-purpose indoor sports stadium, international standard sporting fields, gymnasium, basketball/netball courts, community centre, careers resource centre, hospitality training restaurant, learning enrichment centre, marine science training centre, instrumental music centre, drama studios, information technology & design centre.
Instrumental Music Specialists, Debating, Prep-12 Public Speaking, integration unit for special needs, gifted & talented program, enrolment & full credit for 1st year university subjects, cultural and mission opportunities, drama productions, dedicated pastoral care, school aged care.

Southern Cross Catholic College students are encouraged to use the local public buses for transport to and from home.  

Hornibrook Bus Lines and Kangaroo Bus Lines operate to and from Sandgate, Bald Hills, Bracken Ridge, Caboolutre, Morayfield, Burpengary, Deception Bay, North Lakes, Kippa Ring, Mango Hill, Clontarf, Redcliffe, Margate, Petrie, Kallangur, Scarborough and Woody Point.             

When travelling on these bus lines students must abide by the code of conduct, as set down by Queensland Transport, and with most buses now with security cameras on board, both operators have strict behavioural guidelines all students must adhere to.  

For a full list of services please view the bus lines' websites: or phone 3284 1622 or phone 5498 6466  




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