St James College is a progressive, mainstream secondary college, whose strength is inclusion and acceptance of difference and diversity.
It has outstanding training facilities, an innovative and collaborative training environment, reciprocal training partnerships, and measurable progress toward national Vocational
Education and Training goals, matching outcomes to industry demands.
The Queensland college has a reputation as a leader and strong advocate for vocational education in a secondary school setting.
In 2019 St James had 436 students, including Indigenous, students with a disability, students with a refugee background or asylum seeker status, and international students.
More than 50 per cent of students have English as an additional language or dialect.
The College leads the way as a diverse global learning community, embodying cultural understanding and tolerance.