Welcome to All Hallows’ School, a community alive with the charism of Catherine McAuley and the traditions and culture of our 158–year
history. Established in 1861, All Hallows’ is grounded in the Catholic traditions and values of the Sisters of Mercy. Catherine McAuley’s
vision lives on today as the first girls’ school in Queensland and the oldest secondary School in the State.
Anglican Church Grammar School (Churchie) is an independent school for day boys and boarders with about 1800 students from Reception to
Year 12. There are approximately 530 boys in the Preparatory School and 1250 in Senior School. Boarding is
an important part of the School's life and over 170 boys from Years 7 to 12 are accommodated at Churchie.
Ashgrove State School, established in 1877, has a tradition of academic excellence, a dynamic curriculum, innovative learning, outstanding
NAPLAN results, exceptional music & sporting programs and a high level of community engagement.
Benowa State School has a proven history of connection with its local community, deeply rooted in the many ongoing generations that
proudly return to this school for a continuing partnership in quality education that they so fondly remember and have personally
At BBC, we are acutely aware that many of our students will graduate into jobs and careers which have not yet been created. We must
‘future-proof ’ our students by developing young men who not only have strong foundational knowledge, but who are also critical thinkers,
with creative and curious minds, and a collaborative disposition.
Brisbane Girls Grammar School provides a broad, liberal education for girls from Years 7 to 12, establishing the educational foundation for
young women to contribute confidently to their world with wisdom, imagination and integrity.
Brisbane Grammar School is a non-selective independent day and boarding school for boys, located on a wonderfully landscaped and
heritage listed site on the edge of Brisbane’s CBD. It now caters for about 1700 boys in Years 5 to 12.
Since 1921, Brisbane State High School has come to symbolise and exemplify excellence in public school education. Today, we offer a truly
unique learning environment.
Cavendish Road State High School enjoys a strong reputation for high quality education. Our school community has a high expectation that
students will strive to do their personal best, both individually and as part of the team.This incorporates high standards in uniform,
conduct and attitude.
Faith Lutheran College is located in the picturesque Lockyer Valley, half-way between Ipswich and Toowoomba. The College is a secondary
co-educational school with more than 700 students in Years 7-12. With dedicated staff, a holistic approach to education and state of the
art facilities, the College provides the balance required to ensure that students are being treated as the unique individuals they are.
Renowned for consistently achieving outstanding VCE and NAPLAN results, Fintona is firmly placed among the best performing girls' schools
Our friendly, supportive and caring environment, together with our broad-based curriculum, provide girls with a variety of experiences that
challenge them beyond expectations, as well as establishing skills to help them cope with life beyond school.
An independent Anglican co-educational boarding and day school, Geelong Grammar School boasts a reputation as a pioneer of modern
education. From its origins in 1855, the School has always had a distinctive character. It is now Australia’s largest co-educational
boarding school. Spread across four campuses, it has a non-selective enrolment policy and approximately 1,500 students from Early Learning
to Year 12, including more than 800 boarders.
Glenella State School has a long and proud history since its formation on 7 May 1879. The school is located approximately 7km from the
'city heart' of Mackay in a growing inner suburb with a range of neighbouring facilities. We cater for students from Prep Year
through to Year 6 in a variety of 'multi-age' and 'straight' year level classrooms. We value positive, productive
partnerships with all members of the school community and we are proud of our links with aspects of 'environmental education'
which we all actively participate in.
Haileybury is one of the top private schools in Melbourne, with campuses in Keysborough, Brighton, Berwick, Melbourne CBD and Beijing
Haileybury is acclaimed as a great world school, having been named Australian School of the Year at the 2018 Australian Education Awards.
This acclaim stems from our highly successful parallel education model, outstanding teachers, small class sizes and an unmatched level of
Huntingtower provides more than academic
rigour. Dedicated and professional staff ensure that each child is given the encouragement and guidance necessary to develop sound values,
and attitudes. As a consequence, Huntingtower’s students are identified by their thoughtful and caring approach to one another, their
At Indooroopilly State School we continue our work to create a sense of community and positive school environment that recognises the
multi-cultural nature of our school and places a strong emphasis on high quality education for all.
The oldest grammar school in Queensland and a Prep to Year 12 independent day and boarding school. Our distinctive culture, borne out of
our 156-year heritage and traditions, sets us apart from other boys’ schools.
A leader in girls’ education since 1890, Korowa is renowned for its academic excellence. Our Early Learning Centre welcomes 3 & 4 year
old girls and boys, then from Prep - Year 12 we offer a specialised all-girls' environment.
The Mac.Robertson Girls' High School is unique in its role as an academic select-entry school for girls in the state of Victoria. The
selective nature of entry results in a broad socio-economic and cultural mix, as well as a strong commitment to academic excellence.
Mansfield State High School is a culturally rich, inclusive and supportive learning environment built on mutual respect. A passionate
commitment to high standards cultivates achievement and the development of individual talents for every child.
As a selective-entry state-wide provider of broad, stimulating and challenging education of the highest quality, Melbourne High School is
in a unique position to enhance the vast and varied talents of its diverse body of students, preparing them for academic, civic and
vocational leadership, whilst encouraging individual happiness and satisfaction.
Devoted to the love of learning, Mt St Michael’s College is a Catholic secondary school, nestled in the heart of Ashgrove. Under the
Stewardship of Mary Aikenhead Ministries, as a College we come together each day in 'Faith and Love' to share the gift of learning and
extend our values of Hope, Justice, Love and Compassion to each and every student under our care.
At Nerang State High School where we are focussed on developing your child’s personal strengths through the use of technology, innovative
teaching, outstanding curriculum, a range of extra-curricular opportunities and real life community projects to ensure their full potential
is harnessed and nurtured to meet their individual needs and goals.
Nossal High School has been purpose designed to suit an adult, academically focused and highly aspirational cohort of students. The
buildings are high tech. and ICT rich, mirroring features and approaches usually found in universities. Our location and partnership with
Monash University and Chisholm Institute offer our community access to programs and facilities at both secondary and tertiary levels and
enables the development of rich links and challenging opportunities.
Ormiston College is an independent, co-educational non-denominational Christian school located in Ormiston, in the heart of Redland City.
We deliver a high-quality educational experience, where students feel they belong and where parents realise their aspirations for their
Since its establishment as a quality Christian college for young women in 1875, PLC remains undoubtedly one of Australia’s leading
Independent schools for girls. The balance of respected traditions and our rich heritage, together with a future-focused dynamic education,
prepares our remarkable graduates with strong foundations and purposeful vision for good influence.
The Queensland Children’s Hospital (QCH) is the major specialist children’s hospital for families living in Queensland and northern New
South Wales. The hospital provides care to the state’s sickest and most critically injured children who need highly specialised care.
At Rainworth we aim for each individual to achieve the best educational outcomes through a rich, diverse and engaging curriculum in a
happy, safe and healthy community. Our school is built on strong traditions and high expectations. Our culture is one that is built on
trust, community, creativity and academic achievement.
Sheldon College educates children from 15 months of age through to Year 12 and is recognised for outstanding achievements in the academic,
sporting and cultural arenas. Nestled in a picturesque, semi-rural setting in Brisbane's Bayside, the College is recognised as one of the
most outstanding private schools in the country.
To succeed, a child needs a great foundation. At Somerset College, we give students that foundation and set them on a path to achieving
their best. We offer programmes from Pre-Prep to Year 12 and invite you to be part of the Somerset experience.
At Somerville House, we encourage our students to liberate their imaginations, embrace creativity and to value learning as a life-long,
enriching undertaking. We seek to cultivate and extend student abilities within a disciplined environment and recognise each learner as an
individual and encourage them to produce their best in all circumstances. In this context, pursuing excellence is acknowledged as a
primary goal for all.
St Aidan's is a Prep to Year 12 Anglican day school for girls, with a co-educational Kindergarten. Located in Corinda, with a population
of approximately 850 students, reflecting our belief that students experience many benefits in a smaller school. St Aidan’s was established
in 1929 by the Sisters of the Society of the Sacred Advent – an order of Anglican sisters committed to serving God through nurturing and
serving young women.
We seek to instil a spirit of service in the context of Catholic values with a strong and principled commitment to the poor and
marginalised. We seek opportunities in partnership with others to develop right relationships that respect the dignity of each person. As
the Terrace Family, we commit our energies to forming young men of faith and learning who will make a difference.
Our mission is for our young men to strive in the spiritual, academic, social, personal, cultural, and sporting aspects of life to become
Signum Fidei - ‘Signs of Faith’ for the world. As such, we provide an education that will liberate hearts and minds.
St Margaret’s is well known for its focus on academic excellence, quality learning and teaching, and its commitment to pastoral care. Its
smaller size is its greatest strength, with a true focus on each individual child and personalised learning.
Our core aim is helping each child to be the best learner they can be. At St Peters, we want each student to flourish and achieve their
best, to enjoy school and learning, and to make a difference in the world.
Established in 2011, Suzanne Cory provides highly able students with an individually tailored and challenging educational experience,
leading to outstanding outcomes and pathways into tertiary education. The school has a total enrolment of 875 students from Years 9 to 12
coming from 84 different schools of origin, with government and non-government schools equally represented.
Established in 1901 by The Right Reverend Horace Dixon and built upon a firm foundation of Christian values, TSS has a long and proud
history enriched by timeless traditions.For well over a century the School has made a positive impact on society by guiding, nurturing and
shaping the character of boys as they mature into young men and leaving an indelible imprint that serves to sustain them on Life’s
We seek to offer an education that will enable our boys and young men to develop life-long values and qualities that will set them apart
from others not so fortunate to have been educated at this School. Behavioural traits of our young men and Old Boys should include
consistent demonstration of integrity, honesty, resilience, compassion, friendliness, kindness, empathy, a sense of humour, humility, a
solid work ethic, an interest in life-long learning and the desire to improve the welfare of others, particularly the disadvantaged in
Windaroo Valley State High School is a leading technology school which offers an innovative curriculum with a futures orientation.
Information and visual technology are integrated across the entire curriculum. We cater for diversity through flexible curriculum delivery
which enables students to achieve optimum outcomes in their participation at school.