A Christian Brothers College education is a call to an exciting future. Students in our Community Childrenís Centre, Junior and Senior Campuses explore their full potential through a diverse curriculum. World Class facilities and a commitment to enquiry based, problem solving STEM based education, ensures learning is deep, contextual, rigorous and relational.
Whether students are engaging in entrepreneurial business as part of our gifted program, engaging in Music industry research in state of the art digital Music labs, programming robots, designing a new component on a 3D printer, engaged in a VET/TAFE or Diploma University course, volunteering at St Vinnies or participating in the highest levels of national and international sport; CBC students make the world a better place. Old Collegians of note include: Paul Vasileff (2017 Young Australian of the Year), Vice Admiral Ray Griggs (2nd in command of the Australian Military) and Olympic Rowing Medalist Jaime Fernandez.
For 139 years, CBC has enjoyed a long tradition of excellence in boys education. We warmly invite you to visit the College to discover your sonís amazing potential.
Students at Christian Brothers College Adelaide have the opportunity to participate in broad range of activities including the Duke of Edinburgh Award, Rowing and Astronomy. High academic achievers are nurtured in the Gifted and Talented program.
Students benefit from close collaboration with tertiary institutions and extensive Vocational Education and Training options designed to provide the right opportunities for all students.