St. Teresa's College, Abergowrie

St Teresa's College, Abergowrie

English: "Reap What You Sow"
Abergowrie, Ingham, Queensland
Australia Australia
Coordinates 18°28′46.46″S 145°54′0.27″E / 18.4795722°S 145.9000750°E / -18.4795722; 145.9000750Coordinates: 18°28′46.46″S 145°54′0.27″E / 18.4795722°S 145.9000750°E / -18.4795722; 145.9000750
Type Private, Boys, Secondary, Day school
Denomination Roman Catholic, Christian Brothers
Established 1933
Headmaster Robert Corboy
Enrolment 230 (2012)
Website St Teresa's College website

St Teresa's College, Abergowrie is a Roman Catholic, Boarding school for boys, located in Abergowrie, (near Ingham), Queensland, Australia.


The school was established in 1933 by the Christian Brothers and was called St Teresa’s Agricultural College.

Present day

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".[1]

The principal is Robert Corboy.[2]

See also


  1. St Teresa's College, Abergowrie website (retrieved 8 January 2014)
  2. "Principal's Message". St Teresa's College. Retrieved 8 January 2014.

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