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Gold Coast Christian College

Independent School

Gold Coast Christian College offers a comprehensive co-educational day school for overseas students from Prep (5 years old) to Year 12 (18 years old). Combined with our Education program we also offer a homestay accommodation service to our overseas students. The College campus has a unique rural setting and is centrally located in Reedy Creek on the Gold Coast. Once the International Scholar (student) is enrolled full time we continue to support him/her in the classroom with our English as a second language support program as well as general class support. Gold Coast Christian College has developed a good reputation in the international community by the care our staff show towards our international students. Our College program offers students the benefits of musical, artistic, sporting, recreational and Biblical opportunities all within the pastoral ministry of a vibrant Christian community. Your child's character will be individually fostered within the caring Christian environment of Gold Coast Christian College. Before and After School Care (OSHC) is available for families of the College. The College also operates a private bus service covering the Northern to Southern end of the Gold Coast, so you can enjoy the convenience of knowing your child can get to and from school safely each day. With an enriched curriculum, we are committed to expanding your child's love for learning and the development of a positive self-image.

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Groves Christian College

Independent School

Groves Christian College is an independent, co-educational, Christian school serving students from the Logan City and southern Brisbane districts. The distance education team serves families and students throughout Queensland. Through its strategic educational partnerships, the Groves Christian College host and teach a range of international and interstate students via distance, blended and face to face modes of education. Groves is a fully accredited provider of Early Childhood Learning (including the approved Kindergarten program), Primary Schooling, Secondary Schooling, International Students Education, Training Certificates, and providing schooling through Distance Education. Groves seeks to promote the opportunity for as many families as possible to have the choice of quality Christian based education throughout Australia and beyond. To this end, Groves Christian College joins with other like-minded Christian schools across Australia through its membership of Christian Schools Australia. Groves Christian College is a non-state school or better still, an independent school. Independent schools have their own charter approved by and partially funded by the State and Commonwealth Governments. Therefore, since its commencement the school has been a member of Independent Schools Queensland, an association that all levels of government recognise as the representative body of independent schools in Queensland.

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Harristown State High School

Public School

One key to developing our students' love of learning is Harristown State High School's Dimensions of Learning Framework. Developed from current educational research, this school wide program encourages students and staff to develop and share a common language and understanding of the learning process. Underpinning the framework is our Responsible Behavior Plan which gives students the understanding of how better behavior enhances their enjoyment and understanding of learning. Our school takes pride in including students and teachers from more than 30 countries; a diversity of cultures which enriches the school community and students' experiences in their learning years. International students are actively encouraged to join us at the school and this allows a two-way exchange of ideas and appreciation of other cultures.

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Heights College

Independent School

Heights College provides quality Christian education for students from Kindergarten to Year 12, to the communities of Rockhampton and the Capricorn Coast. Established in 1989 as a ministry of the Cathedral of Praise Church, Heights College seeks to provide a distinctively Christian education for a child that is grounded upon biblical values and the promotion of a positive and engaging learning environment for all students. At Heights, excellence is nurtured and the learning potential of each student is maximised in a culture of trust, cooperation and compassion. Heights College promotes a vision to provide education which inspires character and leadership, and strives to lead the students along a pathway of values-based experiences in their learning, a pathway which has termed as 'The Heights Way'. This has been instrumental in creating a rich learning culture where values, character traits and leadership attributes are promoted amongst students and staff. Heights College is proud of its well-equipped classrooms, technological resources, landscaped grounds and integrated curriculum across four sub-schools: Kindergarten; Primary, Middle and Senior. The College seeks to develop the whole child: physically, spiritually, emotionally, academically and socially. Successful sporting teams and a vibrant creative arts program are available for students across all sub-schools. Alternative pathways in Senior such as student university partnerships and school based apprenticeships provide the opportunity for all students to develop their talents and abilities.

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Helensvale State High School

Public School

Helensvale State High School is a coeducational state school which caters for approximately 2100 students from year 8 to year 12. The school consists of two phases being junior high (year 8 and 9) and senior phase (year 10, 11 and 12). Strengths of the school include the diversity of curriculum offerings that is provided for students and strong reputation within the community from excellence programs, uniform and behaviour expectations and local relationships. Helensvale State High School also values its international connections through international programs as culture diversity and tolerance are celebrated school values. Points of focus at Helensvale State High School are the Student Wellbeing and e-Learning Lounge (SWeLL) and 1 to 1 laptop program. Helensvale State High School is located in the northern Gold Coast, neighbouring the GCCC Helensvale swimming pool and is close to beaches, sporting fields, public transport, theme parks and shopping centres. In addition to classrooms, Helensvale State High School's facilities also boasts SWeLL centre, Student Activity Centre (SAC), gym, multi-purpose courts, ovals, performing arts centre, music rooms, computer laboratories, Cassidy's restaurant, home economics kitchens, dance studios, green room, horticulture greenhouse, science laboratories, robotics laboratory, industrial design workshops, paint spray booth, canteen and administration office.

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Hillcrest Christian College

Independent School

Hillcrest Christian College is a private co-educational day school with approximately 1000 students (Prep to Year 12) on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. Located on 10 hectares of private, natural bushland, the College is situated in the elevated Hinterland just behind Burleigh Heads, with views to Surfers Paradise and the Gold Coast. Hillcrest caters for Australian and International students enrolling from Prep to Year 12 on one campus. Hillcrest Christian College aims to provide quality education in a medium-sized school, ensuring each child receives the attention they deserve, whilst maintaining a safe and caring community. Kindy and Outside School Hours Care (before and after school care and vacation care) are also available on site to our families. Hillcrest has an Open Enrolment Policy. The College seeks to partner with and support parents in the importance of educating children. Hillcrest is a Christian School because Christian values and principles are modelled and encouraged by its staff. It is not a religious school in the traditional sense. Hillcrest Christian College see education as holistic - striving for academic excellence in balance with the physical, creative, social and spiritual aspects of College life.

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Hills College

Independent School

Hills College is a very special place. A small school with a maximum of 650 students enrolled across the 13 year levels from Prep to Year 12, there is a real 'community' feeling with a high level of interaction between teachers and parents as we encourage our students to achieve their personal best. Hills College's strategic planning is centre around the goals set by the College mission. Hills College aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and resilient young people who achieve their potential, within a school environment encouraging intercultural understanding and respect for all. To carry out this mission, Hills College: Appreciates our students' learning styles to support their strengths and talents so they are excited by learning and supported in their attainment of achievable learning goals; Develops a sense of belonging to an inclusive community where international mindedness is lived as well as proclaimed; Fosters the development of a sense of responsibility to the wider community, and a commitment to work for justice; Seeks to engender personal growth and confidence in one's own talents, where efforts and achievement are recognized and celebrated.

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Holy Cross Primary School

Catholic School

Holy Cross Catholic Primary School is an integral part of the Northern Beaches Parish of Cairns. The Holy Cross Church and School are situated on Reed Road, Trinity Park. The site on which Holy Cross Church and School is situated was once a sugar cane farm owned by Mr Tom Dillon. Tom Dillon originally purchased the land from Mr Benn and then he sold this land to the Catholic Church in 1980. The name Dillon has continued to be on the lips of hundreds of children who have passed through the school as it is the name of one of the four House Teams of the school. The other House Teams are Mallon, Robinson and Petersen. These teams are also named after early settlers in the Northern Beaches district. Holy Cross School came into being because of the desire of the people of the parish to provide an education that also nurtured the faith life of their children. This desire was supported by the Bishop of Cairns. In 1987, Holy Cross School commenced with an enrolment of twenty eight students in Years 1, 2 and 3. Mr Bob Scilironi was the first Principal of the school. The school has grown over the years and now has an enrolment of approximately 540 students. Holy Cross School has continued to be staffed by committed and dedicated teachers and school officers.

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Holy Cross School

Catholic School

Holy Cross School opened in 1890 on the corner of Chalk and Morris Streets. It opened in its present location in 1958. The school has a long and warm relationship with the Mercy Sisters who ran the school up until 1976 when first lay principal took control. The school opened an Integration Unit in 1980 for students who are intellectually impaired. The school has been updated to meet the current needs of technology in the classrooms. Holy Cross Catholic Primary School shares in the educative and evangelising mission of the church by fostering a dynamic learning community based on the Gospel of Jesus and the living traditions of the Church. It values learning that is personalised, active and inter-active providing engaging and relevant opportunities for students to demonstrate and apply their knowledge and skills. Holy Cross Catholic Primary School is a professional learning community implementing recognised best teaching practice. Holy Cross Catholic Primary School endeavours to provide a safe, contemporary environment that is appropriately resources and maintained.

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Holy Spirit School

Catholic School

Holy Spirit School is a Parish Catholic school and belongs to the systemic schools of Brisbane Catholic Education. Through the ideals of Catherine McAuley of service, dignity and compassion, Holy Spirit School empower learners of all ages to embrace, challenge, transform and enrich lives by living the gospel of Jesus and “to know what is right.' The staff, parents and children of Holy Spirit work together to create a community that is safe, harmonious and productive. Holy Spirit is a Catholic co-educational primary school catering for children from Prep to Yr 7. Holy Spirit School has a wide-ranging cultural mix of national cultures represented and celebrated. They are a small school which allows the development of quality relationships. Community is important at Holy Spirit and relationships are promoted and celebrated through positive interaction with students, teachers, parents and the parish. Holy Spirit School is pride on being an inclusive and welcoming faith community. At Holy Spirit the importance of tolerance and understanding of difference is promoted. This allows all in the school community the right to work in a safe, productive and harmonious environment. Holy Spirit School believes in developing the whole child- academically, socially, emotionally, physically and spiritually.

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