​Trinity College Beenleigh was established by the Marist Brothers in 1982, on the invitation of the Brisbane Director of Catholic Education. The college takes its name from the central doctrine of Christianity- the Holy Trinity- that pronounces god as three persons: the father, son and spirit. The first Principal was Marist Brother, Br John Mullins, who oversaw the education of the first enrolment of one-hundred students.From Trinity’s beginnings up until 1987, a group of Marist Brothers lived and taught at the college; the Sisters of Saint Joseph were also prominent on the staff in the college's formative years. As Trinity continues to grow, the charisms of these great Religious Orders are still evident within the college and their virtues and values are strongly promulgated. The statue of Marcellin Champagnat can be seen standing guard over our salient courtyard, recognising the founder of the Marist Order who was passionate about the education of young people.

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