The Administration Building was one of the original two buildings built on the school site. Until 2009 it was the Monastery, home to the Christian Brothers who ran the school. Today it contains the College Reception, Student Services, The Principal’s Office, the Studies Office, Enrolments, Finance, the Development Office, the Events Office and the Boardroom.
The Archbishop Duhig Building is the biggest teaching space in the College. 22 well equipped classrooms provide teaching and learning facilities for primary and junior school students.
The top floor and half of the middle floor houses the Primary school.
On the ground level the Business Centre and Language Centre are key specialist teaching rooms. The temporary Chapel is located on the same level at the eastern end of the building. A new chapel is expected to be completed for the College centenary in 2015.
The Br Hogan Year 8 Centre was the original teaching space built when the College was started. The top floor currently houses the Year 8 classrooms.
On the ground level the Faith & Justice Centre, Enrichment Centre, Gifted & Talented Centre and counselling rooms are found.
The Br Spillane Technology Centre caters for the industrial technology, engineering and graphics requirements of the College. Eight workshops make up the ground and basement levels of the building. On the upper level five graphics/computer rooms provide technology support for learning.
A redesign and renovation is currently being planned. Construction work is due to commence in 2012.
The Archbishop O’Donnell Building caters for the science and technology requirements of the College. Six modern science laboratories make up the level upper levels of the western end of the building. On upper level of of the eastern end three new computer laboratories provide technology support for learning.
The basement level of the building houses the Sports Office, Café Edmund and SCIPS (an industry placement organisation).
The Brother Grundy Visual & Performing Arts Building provides excellent facilities for our Visual and Performing Arts students. Music students have four music/band rooms and a number of tuition rooms available for classes, rehearsals and tuition.
A modern editing suite, film studio and two well-resourced classrooms provide excellent facilities for our talented Film & Television and New Media students.
Our Visual Art students are also catered for with four art rooms and a multimedia/design room equipped computers and editing software.
The Edmund Rice Building is a three level building which contains a number of teaching and learning spaces as well as staffrooms and support facilities.
Recently renovated McElligott Theatre provides a 240 seat multi-purpose theatre equipped with the latest lighting and technology. This, together with three large newly built and equipped studios in the Edmund Rice Building, cater well for our Drama and Dance students.
The Year 12 classrooms make up the upper floor of the building.
The College Shop and canteen are found on the bottom level.
The recently renovated Brother Campbell Resource Centre provides access to written and electronic resource material for both the Primary and Secondary.
Primary students are catered for in the upper level of the building and have a relaxed but structured environment which is conducive to the need of young students. It has two computer equipped learning spaces for research and teaching. The ground level of the Centre is a Secondary learning and research facility. It houses the Secondary book collection and also has two computer equipped learning spaces.
The lower level of the building houses our textbook bookroom.
Brady Hall is a multiple purpose facility which is used for sport and school gatherings.
It has a full size basketball court which converts into two volleyball courts. There is also a weights area, a canteen and change facilities. The stage at the front of the hall is used for assemblies and musical and dramatic performances.
Plans to redevelop the hall into a modern sports and learning facility are well under way. It will house two full size basketball courts (converting to four volleyball courts), a gym, sports testing facilities, teaching spaces, change rooms and a viewing area for 300 spectators. Construction is due to commence in 2013.
The pool is a modern eight lane pool used for swimming, water polo and HPE lessons.
ERPAC is Brisbane’s only dedicated 1,500 seat raked theatre. The auditorium includes 1,200 fixed seats with the option to add an additional 300 seats to the floor space front of stage. Four dedicated green rooms, easy loading dock to stage access and advanced technical facilities provide for wonderful events.
Overlooking the picturesque Brisbane CBD, ERPAC’s Foyer and Forecourt offer the perfect space for functions and meetings.
Situated on Level 5 of ERPAC, the Boardroom, with its own balcony overlooking the Brisbane CBD district, is a dedicated meeting space catering for up to 30 people. The Hall of Fame is also located on this floor.
ERPAC is used for College events and functions. It is also used available for hire to external parties.
For further information on ERPAC, please refer to the website www.slc.qld.edu.au/erpac
Occupying one hectare of land, and situated above the 1500 bay Hancock Street Car Park, Gair Field offers a one-of-kind sporting and event venue. Majestic views of the Brisbane CBD combine with a durable artificial turf surface to create a special location. Marked with a 300m running track, eight 100m sprint lanes and three touch football fields, the field is used for sports training and HPE lessons. Primary cricket play two games simultaneously in the space. It is also used as a play space at break times for the students.