Clayfield College

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Name: Clayfield College

Group: Educational College (Secondary)

Type: Institutional Location

Years at Location: 1931-Current

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Clayfield College was founded in 1931. It grew out of the Brisbane Boys' College’s Clayfield history, going back to 1902, taking its old campus when Somerville House set up its primary school department on the site (1931). Thus we have a location history with the intersection of three schools operated by the Presbyterian and Methodist Schools Association. When a secondary school was established in 1935, Clayfield was separated from Somerville House. Clayfield's first Principal was Nancy Ashburn (retired in 1964).

Impact on Brisbane Society

The School’s Motto Latin: Luceat Lux Vestra (Let Your Light Shine).

Citations

Clayfield College website [http://www.clayfield.qld.edu.au] Retrieved on 6 June 2019.

Image Citations

School from oval, 1930. [https://www.clayfield.qld.edu.au/about/history/historical-timeline]

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