All Hallows' School(萬聖學校)
All Hallows' School
All Hallows' School is a heritage-listed Catholic day school for girls, located in Fortitude Valley, close to the central business district of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
Founded in 1861, the school follows in the tradition of the Irish Sisters of Mercy, and caters for over 1,400 girls from Years five to 12. The school was the first permanent home of the Sisters of Mercy in Queensland, and is the oldest surviving secondary school in Brisbane.
All Hallows' is a member of the Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia (AHISA), the Alliance of Girls' Schools Australia, and the Australasian Mercy Secondary Schools Association.
The school's motto is in French, Dieu et Devoir (English: "God and Duty"). This motto was formulated in 1911, 50 years after the school opened. The French language was chosen for the motto on the basis of the strong French influence in the school's early years.