St. Teresa's College, Abergowrie
|St Teresa's College, Abergowrie|
English: "Reap What You Sow"
Abergowrie, Ingham, Queensland|
|Coordinates||18°28′46.46″S 145°54′0.27″E / 18.4795722°S 145.9000750°ECoordinates: 18°28′46.46″S 145°54′0.27″E / 18.4795722°S 145.9000750°E|
|Type||Private, Boys, Secondary, Day school|
|Denomination||Roman Catholic, Christian Brothers|
|Website||St Teresa's College website|
The school was established in 1933 by the Christian Brothers and was called St Teresa’s Agricultural College.
The college has a roll of approximately 230 and students come from towns and communities from all across North Queensland as well as from Papua New Guinea. In 2010, St Teresa's Agricultural College, Abergowrie was recognised for its achievements in education being awarded the Deadly Award for the "Most Outstanding Achievement in Education".