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Christian Brothers College

Christian Brothers College inspires excellence. Established in 1878 along Wakefield Street, the college is in the heart of the City of Adelaide along Wakefield Street. A bold statement of CBC’s long history and heritage of educating boys, and our commitment to offering students a contemporary and innovative education where excellence is not constrained to academia alone.

The College has since flourished into three campuses, educating over 20,000 students during the school’s 143-year history. From our youngest learners to our students in Year 12, our highly qualified and professional academic staff offer a customised and personalised approach to learning.

A flexible and supportive curriculum encourages students to incorporate mainstream learning experiences with nationally accredited Vocational Education and Training. We celebrate the individual and seek to nurture every young person to be the best possible version of themselves.

CBC's pedagogy is ever-evolving and responsive to the needs of our community.

Students are empowered to discover their holistic identity and access opportunities that provide the foundation and guiding principles relevant long after students leave the school gate.

The school is a place where all are welcomed; and is defined by a culture in which a deep sense of belonging is ingrained. Our students share a bond that is greater than comradery; a connection that lasts for life.

At CBC, our students are role models of modern masculinity who are advocates for respect and compassion in all aspects of their lives.

Hardworking CBC graduates are rewarded with opportunity, fulfilment and post-school success.

CBC epitomizes an inclusive and diverse education by providing customised learning and hands-on practical exposure to vocational experiences that support graduates to be successful in a changing world – a world yet to be imagined. We blend history with innovation; and in doing so, CBC offers an educational platform where students can and have the world before them.