Primary and Secondary School Studies. On completion of senior studies, students may qualify for a Queensland Certificate of Education and Tertiary Entry Score known as an Overall Position or OP.
A package of information is supplied prior to or during the enrolment process. Commencing students participate in an orientation morning on their first day coordinated by the admissions staff and the School Sergeant and House Pastoral Staff. Boarders are also provided with an orientation to the boarding house; all students are ‘buddied’ with an experienced student when they commence.
Total number of students: 1560 (120 full-time boarding students)
Number of International students: 36
Percentage of International students: 2.3
International to domestic ratio: 2.3
Main countries of origin: Hong Kong, Korea, China, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Fiji, Taiwan.
Overseas students are not eligible for scholarships.
Full-time boarding facilities are available and compulsory for international students not living with their parent/s while attending the College.
EAL support is available at additional cost as is tutoring in all main stream subjects; personal and academic counseling is available through the College Counselling staff and Chaplaincy.
Generally no, but could be negotiated.
Not applicable in the tertiary studies sense, however boys may apply for short-term exchange programs and participate in a range of overseas cultural, academic or sporting tours each year.
International students: http://www.bbc.qld.edu.au