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Immanuel Lutheran College

Independent School

Immanuel Lutheran College is Prep to Year 12 coeducational school located on an idyllic campus on the surf side of Buderim, in the centre of the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, Australia. Founded in 1979, Immanuel is the longest established independent school on the Sunshine Coast. We are suitably proud of our excellent facilities and highly acclaimed academic, pastoral, cultural, service and sporting achievements. Whilst our enviable academic record is fostered and celebrated, our College takes equal pride in focusing on the wellbeing and development of the whole child, in line with Gospel principles. We invite you to browse through our website and find out what personifies an Immanuel student. Please contact us for further information or to arrange a tour of the College.

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Indooroopilly State High School

Public School

Indooroopilly State High School is a co-educational Independent Public School with an excellent tradition and reputation for student success. It is a school for young adults where they expect the students to develop self-discipline and social responsibility within a nurturing environment. High standards of academic and vocational learning are fostered, and we seek to motivate and enthuse students to enjoy balanced academic, artistic, cultural, sporting and community service experiences as they forge meaningful future pathways. Indooroopilly High's curriculum is wide and varied, offering choices in Queensland Studies Authority and Vocational Education subjects, as well as the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. The cutting edge learning experiences, enriched by a strong international focus, ensure that the talents and interests of all students are able to be recognised and cultivated. The school attained Council of International Schools accreditation in 2003. The vision and values guide the school's strategic direction and every day actions. As a community of forward thinkers, Indooroopilly State High School strive to prepare students for a global future which they will help to shape as productive, ethical citizens. The four core values of each person's dignity, community's diversity, open communication, and quality learning are embedded into all aspects of school life, and are manifested in a unique “Indro” sensibility.

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Ipswich Girls Grammar School

Independent School

Ipswich Girls' Grammar School and Ipswich Junior Grammar School provide a complete and contemporary education for young boys, girls and young women in a friendly setting, preparing each student for success in a complex and changing world. Schools are highly regarded for friendliness, strength of spirit, and commitment to keeping class-sizes small and personal. This is a wonderful School with a rich heritage and many strong traditions. The vision is simple: to make this great School even greater. Ipswich Girls' Grammar School can do this by building on the successes of the past with a sense of pride and have come from and the achievements of those who went before us, while moving the School forward in the 21st century. Ipswich Girls' Grammar School is also known for nurturing positive attitudes to the hard work and discipline required to achieve and sustain excellence - in the classroom, at sport, on the stage, for all endeavour. The supportive learning programs favour not only the exceptional students at either end of the academic scale, but indeed all students, whatever their goals and challenges might be. If excellence, leadership, individualised care, and preparation for life beyond school are important for the kind of education you desire for your child, Ipswich Girls' Grammar School and Ipswich Junior Grammar School welcome you to the School community.

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Ipswich Grammar School

Independent School

Ipswich Grammar School was established in 1863 as Queensland's first secondary school with the additional honor as the first Grammar school in the State. Just sixteen boys attended on that first day, a number which has grown to be well over a thousand today. The original school building, known as the Great Hall, has been lovingly restored and still stands today as a monument to over 150 years of educating boys. While we are a truly innovative and global school, our traditions and past are an important part of life at Ipswich Grammar. Traditions like the boys ringing the school bell on their last day of Year 12, just as they did on their first day of Year 8, help to celebrate and keep the School's spirit alive. The values we instill in our younger generation will be the ones they carry through the rest of their lives. It is not just about good manners, but also recognizing the value in becoming good citizens of the world.

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Islamic College of Brisbane

Independent School

The Islamic College of Brisbane was established in January 1995. It offers high quality education at both primary and secondary levels. The college is situated on the outskirts of the city next to a large nature reserve, the Karawatha forest. The Islamic College of Brisbane is: a project of AFIC (Australian Federation of Islamic Councils Inc.); registered with the Department of Education; a member of the Association of Independent Schools of Queensland (AISQ); funded by both the Queensland and Australian governments; registered to offer courses from Preparatory Year to Year 12; has accreditation to enrol both local and overseas students. The college is proud of its excellent academic achievements and awards won over the years and continue to maintain this level.

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James Nash State High School

Public School

James Nash State High School is located in the Wide Bay Region and services the communities of Cooloola, Tiaro and Kilkivan shires. Set in bush surroundings on the northern outskirts of Gympie, James Nash High was founded in 1977 and has a growing enrolment which will stabilise at between 1050 - 1300 students in the second half of this decade. The goal is to be a hub of educational excellence for all learners. James Nash State High School aims to provide the highest quality educational opportunities and strive to work closely with parents and the wider community to ensure meeting the expectations.

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Jindalee State School

Public School

Jindalee State School is a Primary (Elementary) school in the leafy residential suburb of Jindalee in the western Centenary area of Brisbane. Built in 1966, the school grew with the suburb and now has an enrolment of around 900 students from Preparatory through to Year 7. The school has taken a community and educational leadership role in developing a values-based curriculum aimed at academic excellence. A global perspective reflects the multicultural community and international student program, and is focussed on educating students for a clever and creative future. The school's popularity in the community has seen the introduction of an enrolment management strategy to ensure the school's infrastructure is sustainable.

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John Paul College

Independent School

As one of Queensland's largest and most progressive independent, co-educational schools, John Paul College have a reputation for producing outstanding citizens who have the confidence to take on the world. The seamless Early Years to Year 12 School embraces the traditional values, beliefs and culture that are our foundations. This, accompanied by cutting edge education and a proactive learning approach, educates the students for tomorrow. As Queensland's first ecumenical school, John Paul College affirms the individuality of traditions as envisioned by Founding Fathers from the local Roman Catholic, Anglican and Uniting parishes. The campus is located on 53 hectares in Daisy Hill, near Springwood on the south side of Brisbane and features excellent facilities including state of the art learning spaces, aquatic and sporting centres, modern, air conditioned classrooms, world class sporting ovals, an outside hour's child care program and a sustainable, natural environment with a community farm. With an Early Learning Centre accepting babies from six weeks of age, right through to the specialist Primary, Middle and Senior schools and a thriving International College John Paul College would love to welcome into the family today.

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Kawana Waters State College

Public School

Kawana Waters State College is a co-educational Queensland Government State School offering quality education from Prep to Year 12 (P-12). Students, parents and staff value its warm, supportive atmosphere and its focus on academic excellence and 'Learning for life'. The College is situated on the coastal strip between Mooloolaba and Caloundra, approximately 100 km north of Brisbane. The campus is next to the world-class sports and rowing precincts of Stockland Park and Lake Kawana. Some of the best beaches of the beautiful Sunshine Coast are within easy walking distance. The College's varied academic and sporting facilities reflect the breadth of the College's educational offerings. The spacious grounds include an environmental wetland area. Kawana Waters State College is a partner of the Sunshine Coast Technical Trade Training Centre. The SCTTTC provides vocational qualifications and tertiary pathways for students in year 11 and 12 preparing them for the workplace or further education and training.

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Kedron State High School

Public School

Kedron State High School is situated on 33 acres of land which borders Kedron Brook. Originally within the area of the Enoggera tribe the site was used for horse racing from the 1880's. The colourful racing identity John Wren became a part owner of the established race course in 1912. When the school opened as part of the expanding Queensland state educational system in 1956 some of the race course buildings were still in place. Over the years new buildings and landscaped grounds accommodated the growth in student numbers from 274 in 1956 to a maximum of 1700 in 1976. The almost 20,000 students who have attended Kedron reflect both the changing Queensland population and the educational aspirations of those families who have chosen to send their students to the school. There has always been a multicultural mix in the school. A language census in 2012 showed that approximately 50 languages are spoken within the school community. The traditional academic curriculum of the school has provided a firm basis for many successful careers. Amongst the past students of the school are Professor Kenneth Wiltshire of the University of Queensland, the actress Rowena Wallace, Jason Barry - Smith the opera singer, the baseball player David Nilsson, the scientist Adrianne Pope and thousands of men and women who carry the Kedron name and education to all parts of the world in a diversity of occupations.

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