St Columba College
St Columba College, located in the Northern Suburbs of Adelaide, is the first joint venture, coeducational school in Australia. It was established in 1996 as an ecumenical initiative of Archbishops, Ian George and Leonard Faulkner, at that time the Anglican and Catholic Archbishops of Adelaide.
Established first as a Primary School, it is today a major R -12 College hosting over 1400 students and 160 staff.
It is renowned for being committed to maintaining high standards in all areas of College life. It takes pride in its student's achievements, be that in academic programs or in vocational education and training.
The essence of College life is summed up in its vision: "To nurture in our students and the community, a close relationship with God, a passion for living and a life-long love of learning."