MARIST Brothers High School students now have two computer labs complete with brand new computers, thanks to the Marist Old Boys Association and Marist Parents, Teachers and Friends Association.
The gifts, valued at $100,000, consist of a new computer lab and about 30 new computers.
Old boys president Nesbitt Hazelman said the association wanted to see Marist students grow up to excel in their careers.
"We feel very privileged to deliver on a promise we made a few years back," he said at the handover on Wednesday.
He said the project cost the association about $50,000, and he acknowledged the contribution made by the Brisbane old boys.
PTFA president Maciu Manulevu said not all the boys had access to computers, adding that the gift would ensure none of the boys is left behind.
Brother Sam Eathorne, school counsellor and patron of the old boys association, said the PTFA and old boys deserved congratulations.
"It's a tribute to the PTFA and old boys creating an image of people who are well-organised and transparent in their activities so that people are willing to give generously for the benefit of the school," he said.
The head of the school's computing department, Sudesh Mani, also thanked the two organisations.