There are many opportunities for students to be involved in social justice formation at Brigidine College.
- Justice and Democracy (J and D) meets every Friday at lunchtime and explores what a just and free world means. At meetings, students educate themselves about social justice issues and then set out to educate the school community. Beyond high school, past pupils can continue their connection through the group, Brigid’s Women.
- Brigidine College’s St Vincent de Paul Committee meets fortnightly and raises funds and conducts drives to primarily support the Inala St Vincent de Paul Family Day Centre.
- Brigidine College’s Interact Club is a service group which meets fortnightly. Its various activities help the community, be it the College, local or wider world communities. All students are invited to join and leadership positions are open to all year levels. See more details in the Cocurricular Booklet.
- Indigenous Education Program: Year 12 students are involved in mentoring and tutoring Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander Brigidine students at Homework Club.
- Harmony Day: All Year 11 students act as hosts for the day for our guests from Milpera State High School and Holy Rosary Primary School, Windsor.
- Community Service: All Year 10 students engage in community service during Activities Week. Some of the placements for this include Milpera, Holy Rosary, Greening Australia and The Romero Centre.
- Homeless Connect: Senior students can participate in Homeless Connect, auspiced by the Brisbane City Council on two dates during the year.
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