St Ursula's College, Toowoomba

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St Ursula's College, Toowoomba
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Location
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Coordinates27°33′22″S 151°56′29″E / 27.55611°S 151.94139°E / -27.55611; 151.94139Coordinates: 27°33′22″S 151°56′29″E / 27.55611°S 151.94139°E / -27.55611; 151.94139
Information
TypePrivate secondary school
MottoServiam
DenominationCatholic
Established1931 by Ursuline nuns
PrincipalMrs Tanya Appleby[1]
Grades(7 - 12 from 2015)
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Website

St. Ursula's College is an independent, private secondary girls' school in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. A Catholic school, it was established in 1931 by Ursuline nuns. The school is heavily influenced by the teachings of Saint Angela Merici. Many of the school's buildings are named after Italian cities and places such as Brescia and Lake Garda that were part of Merici's life. It enrols both boarding students and day students, and attracts many girls from remote locations throughout Queensland and New South Wales as boarders.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Principal's Message". St Ursula's College. Retrieved 10 October 2018.