John Paul International College is a part of John Paul College, one of Queensland's largest schools with approximately 2500 students enrolled in Prep through to Year 12 and John Paul College Child Care, Kindergarten.
To provide our students with a secure and more personal educational experience at each stage of their educational journey. Features of our campus include wireless-networked, contemporary buildings, purpose-built to meet the needs of our students and the wider College community.
Prepares students from Year 4 to 6 for entry into the Australian school system.
Designed for students entering Year 7 to Year 11 at John Paul College.
Students of both English and non Enlgish speaking backgrounds, aged from 9 to 19 years.
G'day! Sample modern-day Australian life and culture first-hand through John Paul International College group study tours and holiday tours.
In our international brochure, we have tried to share with you something of the very essence of our College
John Paul College Main School Brochure is a snapshot of who we are, what we offer and what makes us unique
Our International College offers English language courses, Primary and High School Preparation; Study Abroad and Study Tours for international students wishing to study in Australia.
providing all students with a secure, caring and nurturing family lifestyle that assists with them living in Australia, enabling them to grow and develop during their time studying abroad
Our School of Performing Arts has a far-reaching reputation for the outstanding professionalism of its productions and performances
Over 100 sporting teams from the Primary and Senior Schools which compete each week in Club and TAS sporting competitions
The John Paul College Boarding Village will become home to 48 students from a diverse range of backgrounds and nationalities as we create a global village in the heart of our school.
Students need to fill this form to apply for a homestay. This form will include food restrictions and many other aspects that students expect from their homestay.
A comprehensive guide for international students studying at John Paul College
To request a change of homestay, students need to complete this form
Catch the latest news headlines for parents, students and agents around the globe from John PaulInternational College
The John Paul International newsletter is published every five week are the primary way schools communicate with the parents, agents on a regular basis
Read about our international students’ experiences while they study at John Paul International College
The year 2012 was certainly one for acknowledging our successes and it was with great anticipation and excitement that we looked forward to celebrating the very attributes that make us one of Australia’s leading independent schools.
Comprehensive information about the International College, fees and entry requirements.
Comprehensive information about John Paul College, fees and entry requirements
A short summary about our college
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To assist your studies and ensure your time with us is a happy one, the student orientation is a guide which will include a full range of support services
Yes, but they will need to be approved by the College and they will need to join our Homestay Program.
Yes, all students studying at John Paul College and living in homestay accommodation have their own bedroom which should include a good quality bed and all bedding, a wardrobe, a desk, a study light and a small table or drawers for personal belongings. A bathroom is normally shared with other family members.
Yes, homestay families provide three meals each day, seven days a week. Breakfast and school lunches are either prepared by the homestay or by the students themselves. Dinner is prepared by the homestay family. On weekends, some students go out with their friends, when a student is away from the homestay with their friends, all meals are purchased at the student's expense.
Internet is expensive in Australia but it is essential for John Paul College students to have internet access for use with their Notebook computers. This is a requirement for their study and not for playing computer games. All homestay families should have internet facilities or organise for the student to purchase a mobile broadband internet connection. Students may be asked to contribute to the cost of the homestay's internet or to purchase their own mobile broadband wireless connection.
Yes, a student can go out with friends during the weekend. Students should advise the homestay family of where they are going and who they are going with and are responsible for any expenses while they are away from the homestay. It is also the homestay family's responsibility to know where the students are going and who they are going with to ensure that the student is safe at all times.
Yes, homestay fees continue to be paid to the homestay family if the student returns home for a holiday period. Homestay fees are paid for 50 weeks of the year, not including the last week and first week of the year. If a student is at the homestay during this period a payment needs to be paid direct to the homestay family from the student or their parents.
Yes, all John Paul College International Students have an after-hours Student Assistance Line – 1800 024 157 which they can call if they are feeling unsafe. In an after-hours Emergency homestay parents can contact John Paul College Security on (07) 3826 3338 who will then contact the relevant member of JPC/JPIC staff.
Yes, to ensure the safety of a student within a homestay family, all persons over the age of 18 years of age and living in the homestay home MUST undergo Police checks and, once confirmed as suitable, are issued with a "Blue Card" by the Queensland State Government, the Queensland Public Safety Business Agency.
John Paul College Ltd trading as John Paul International College ABN:14 010 160 371 - CRICOS Provider: 00500B
John Paul Drive,
+61 7 3826 3474 - Facsimile: +61 7 3826 3475