About John Paul International College
John Paul International College offers an
International Primary Preparation Course (years 4 - 6)
CRICOS: 049712G and a
High School Preparation Course (years 7 - 10) CRICOS: 024286E for international students to facilitate entry to John Paul College mainstream classes.
John Paul International College helps international students to meet academic entry standards and develop study, language and cultural skills, ensuring a smooth and successful transition to their study in Australia, either at Primary School, High School or Diploma/Degree courses in Australian universities.
John Paul International College also offers short-term group or individual Study Abroad and Study Tours.
John Paul College, established in 1982, is one of Australia’s leading independent co-educational, ecumenical schools providing education to 2,000 Child Care, Kindergarten to Year Twelve students. The campus covers thirty hectares of magnificent grounds and is located on Brisbane’s southern outskirts, forty minutes south of Brisbane International Airport, halfway between the CBD and the Gold Coast.
John Paul College offers
Primary (Prep to Year 6)CRICOS: 010139J and
Junior Secondary (Years 7 - 9)
CRICOS: 08266E and
Senior Secondary (Years 10 - 12) CRICOS: 004885C
As an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, learning for life in the global community is very much a reality for John Paul College students. The College aims to provide each child with an innovative education and internationally orientated curriculum that delivers real world learning.
The College is widely acclaimed for its technology programme and is a world leader in the integration of information and learning technologies into the curriculum.
Facilities include a purpose-built international education building, multi-million dollar Senior Student Centre, campus-wide wireless internet, wireless-connected classrooms, extensive sporting facilities, a modern Aquatic Centre, music centre/300 seat auditorium, science laboratories, cyber library and cafeteria.
Student services include airport pickup, orientation programme, health and counselling services, careers service and ongoing support with language, academic and well-being.
Boarding Village is a co-educational home to 52 students from a diverse range of backgrounds and nationalities as we create a global village in the heart of our school. Students live in individual residential homes that accommodate eight students in twin share rooms with en-suites. Each home has a shared lounge. Students are placed according to gender and age. The fully air conditioned facilities include individual kitchens in each residence, dining and recreation areas, outdoor entertainment areas and a supervised Learning Centre and Tutorial Room.
The College operates its own
Homestay Accommodation Programme. International students live with carefully selected, and government approved host families, usually with children at the College. Students receive all meals and have their own bedroom with study facilities.