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Cairns Adventist College

Independent School

Cairns Adventist College was the first Independent school in the Cairns region, being established in 1950. The College has operated continuously since then, moving to its current location in 1989. Cairns Adventist College currently has approximately 80 students enrolled and at present the college has four classes. As part of the regular curriculum, Cairns Adventist College embeds ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) in everyday learning. Each class utilises their own interactive whiteboard and the new computer lab. Students in Years 5, 6 and 7 also use their own college-provided laptop whilst at the college; and all of this is included in the very competitive fee structure. The College also takes the hassle out of shopping for students stationery needs at the beginning of the year by providing all textbooks, books and stationery. Again, all of this is included within the college's fee structure. Cairns Adventist College has been registered to be an education provider for overseas students for over 20 years. CRICOS (Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students) Code 01940C Course: Primary School Grades Prep to 7. Cairns Adventist College, as part of the Adventist Schools Australia system, is currently registered and accredited through the Queensland Non-State Schools Accreditation Board. The College is proudly owned and operated by Seventh-day Adventist Schools (Northern Australia) Ltd, an organisation of the worldwide Seventh-day Adventist Church.

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Cairns State High School

Public School

Cairns State High School was established in 1917 and is a school based on valued traditions which strives to deliver courses with the latest innovations. The school aims to provide students with: valued traditions; excellence programs in music, dance, drama, visual arts and sport; high quality teaching supported by technology; and international education. Cairns State High School has, over many years, established both strong traditions and a reputation for excellence and innovative practice. Cairns High is very proud to be an internationally accredited school and an IB World School. These accreditations recognise that the school meets an extensive set of international standards and is committed to ongoing improvement. Education is the most valuable gift the school can give a child. The School also recognises that every child is unique with individual dreams and needs. By tradition, the school is committed to achieving the very best possible educational outcomes for each and every student. This is achieved through a rigorous and flexible curriculum with opportunities in academic, arts and sporting excellence. A caring, supportive and very dedicated staff works professionally to ensure that the programs at the school provide education of a high standard. Staffs continue to add to and extend the innovative programs at the school to ensure the inclusion of latest technologies and curriculum developments.

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Caloundra Christian College

Independent School

Small and friendly, with a genuine focus on integrity Passionate, Christian teachers Safe, healthy and interconnected community Highly experienced with International students (since 1995) Catering for diverse student abilities and interests; providing opportunities for building lifelong friendships, skills and self confidence Caloundra Christian College's vision is to empower students to take their place as responsible citizens in society. Through a challenging and engaging Years P-12 curriculum, we promote the highest level of academic excellence and personal growth for each student. Classrooms are well-resourced. The College has easy access to local beaches and a corridor of extensive sporting and cultural facilities. Caloundra is a growing, caring community with a strong family atmosphere, providing a safe and relaxed lifestyle. It is bordered by the natural beauty of the Sunshine Coast hinterland and beaches. CRICOS registered Year Levels 1-12 Specialist / Elite Programs - Elev8 Program for high performing Years 8-10 students, including Duke of Edinburgh, OptiMINDS, specialist coaching & competition opportunities Study Abroad Programs (3-12 months, student visas) Study Tour Groups (< 3 months, visitor visas) Short Term Programs, individual students

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Caloundra State High School

Public School

Caloundra State High School's vision of 'Lighting the way to broad horizons and bright futures', epitomises what the school finds important. Each student has their own pathway and with the range of subjects on offer, students are able to tailor their learning to the best choices for their futures. Caloundra SHS is characterised by: experienced and well regarded teaching professionals; a wide variety of subject offerings ranging from traditional authority subjects through to innovative subjects such as aerospace, hospitality and marine studies; a very successful history of student achievement; a caring and supportive staff who value and respect individuals, and encourage them to achieve; a philosophy of responsible thinking, developing respect for individuals and learning how to interact with others in a positive way; a vast range of technology, including over 900 computers for students including the 1:1 ratio from the National Secondary School Computer Fund for years 9 to 12; a state awarded, rich Creative Arts program; strong history, participation and success in sport; and Sunshine Coast Technical Trade Training Centre on site works in conjunction with our partner school. Three reasons to choose Caloundra State High School: experienced staff delivering an innovative, broad curriculum of very high quality that caters for academic and vocational pathways; the very real positive school culture with an atmosphere of tradition and high achievement where students and staff work together harmoniously with respect; and extensive programs to nurture excellence in academic, cultural and sporting achievement to ensure students reach their full potential.

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Calvary Christian College, Mount Louisa

Independent School

Calvary Christian College opened in 1978. It began out of a conviction that families should be supported by a College that promoted Christian values and that worked in partnership with them. The College was the first Accelerated Christian Education College in Queensland and the second of its kind in Australia. It opened on 31 January with 52 students and with three state registered teachers- two full time and one part time; and two teacher's aides. All of the work to open the College was done by church members of then Calvary Temple Assembly (now Calvary Christian Church). Uniforms were sown; desks were built and the facilities prepared by the congregation members. Within the first 10 years the College saw 747 students pass through. The College relocated twice to accommodate growing enrolments, and acquired 30 acres of land for growth and development. Each year enrolments have steadily increased and this year we see our largest enrolment to date. Also in 2011 we saw the completion of three major building projects- the new state of the art Library; the extension to our Calvary Early Learning Centre; and also the completion of S Block.

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Calvary Christian College, Springwood

Independent School

Calvary Christian College began in 1984 with a small group of enthusiastic primary students, parents and teachers in two temporary buildings on a shady hillside at Springwood. The College commenced under the name Logan Uniting Primary School and operated under the governance of Logan Uniting Church. From these humble beginnings the College has steadily increased in student numbers, staffing levels, services and facilities. At present the college has two campuses serving over 1250 students from Prep to Year Twelve. The second campus at Carbrook, known as Calvary Christian College, opened in 1992 on a former rural property adjacent to the Logan River. The new campus was established to offer both primary and secondary programs with the first Year Twelve class graduating in 1996. In January 2000 the two campuses took the same name, Calvary Christian College, and adopted the motto, Learning in the Light of Christ, and a new logo. A middle schooling program commenced in 2002 and developed over time to include a formal Middle School at Carbrook in January 2005. The Middle School consists of students in Years Seven to Nine under the direction of a Head of Middle School. A trial Preparatory class commenced at Carbrook in 2004 and this has led to the establishment of a full Preparatory program with two classes on each campus since 2006. An early childhood education centre (Kingdom Kids) was established at Carbrook in 2007 to cater for toddlers to pre-Prep children. C&K Centres were also commenced on both campuses.

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Cannon Hill Anglican College

Independent School

The impetus to establish Cannon Hill College grew from a meeting of enthusiastic, visionary, determined, courageous, patient and extremely hardworking educators and community members, who first gathered together on 15 April 1987. Just two years later, in 1989, the College opened its doors with 79 students and three buildings, and since that time, has become a positive influence on the lives of thousands of people. In 1994, the College became an Anglican school in the Diocese of Brisbane. This union further strengthened the College's philosophy of offering a balanced approach to education encompassing the development of the whole person: intellectual, social, physical, emotional, aesthetic and spiritual. Cannon Hill Anglican College is a dynamic Christian learning community which strives to offer a balanced and holistic educational environment, in order to develop the intellectual, social, physical, emotional, aesthetic and spiritual dimensions of each of its members. Cannon Hill Anglican College is committed to building the capacity of all learners to: take responsibility for their own learning, adapting to constant change in society and in the world; achieve their personal best in all aspects of their lives, developing self-confidence and a healthy self-concept; make informed decisions in the areas of personal relationships, further education and vocational choices; be articulate, self-motivated, independent and interdependent; be critical, creative and reflective thinkers and problem-solvers, contributing to the well-being of society; and become spiritually literate, and to have a well-developed sense of social justice, tolerance, respect and concern for others and for the natural environment.

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Canterbury College

Independent School

The Founders of Canterbury College wanted to establish an independent school with strong Anglican convictions, which would provide a new choice for parents. The College began teaching on Monday 2 February 1987 on its beautiful site overlooking the Logan River and had its official opening ceremony in September that year. Originally named The College of the Good Shepherd, it began with 73 students across Years 6, 7 and 8. Students were taught by the Head, two full-time and three part-time teachers in two ex-mining development recreation huts until Stage 1 of the permanent buildings were available for use later that year. Parents, teachers, and students worked together to develop the land, originally a dairy farm, to build the school into a place which would provide quality academic, cultural and sporting opportunities and facilities. It has continued to grow into the beautiful campus with state-of-the-art facilities and student population of 1400 which stands now.

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Cavendish Road State High School

Public School

Cavendish Road State High School enjoys a strong reputation for high quality education. The 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. This is a great school and one reason they stand out is that a positive attitude and the core values of courtesy, consideration for others, co-operation and commitment are the heart and soul of the school. This is embodied in the school motto, "Nothing without Effort, Nothing but the Best." Situated in extensively landscaped grounds, the school is a short distance from the centre of Brisbane and is serviced by an excellent network of bus routes. Cavendish Road State High School enjoys a strong reputation for high quality education. Cavendish Road State High School is a national showpiece school with an accredited Academy of Science as well as a Music Performance Academy. The sporting academies in Football, Netball, Rugby League and Touch Football attract students from across the state. Through academies, a large number of students study University subjects at school and have guaranteed entry into science, maths, engineering and business degrees. The school also has a proven record of academic, cultural and sporting achievements. Cavendish Road State High School has extensive sporting facilities including a gym, tennis courts, basketball courts, volleyball courts and well maintained ovals to cater for the full range of outdoor sports. The school boasts an accredited Biotechnology teaching laboratory. A student 1to1 laptop program exists in Years 9, 10, 11 and 12. The school was awarded International Status through Education Queensland in 2009.

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Centenary State High School

Public School

Centenary State High School is a highly regarded co-educational school of over 1460 students, located in the Centenary Suburbs in Brisbane's west. The school is only 14 kilometres from the city centre, close to universities and major public transport routes. Centenary State High School is a high demand school set amongst natural bushland yet close to all the amenities of Brisbane city. The School's modern buildings, including state of the art sports and performing arts facilities support an innovative learning environment. As a large secondary school with a dedicated teaching staff the school is able to offer a full range of quality programs and pathways to ensure individual student needs and interests are met. Students are fully engaged in the life of the school, learning and achieving their goals, becoming well rounded and successful young adults ready to meet the challenges of the 21st century world beyond the school gate.

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