Our secondary environment is one where quality education occurs through the collaborative efforts of our teaching staff, students and parents.

Our students are encouraged to recognise that our College is a safe place to ask some of life’s big questions without fear of judgement. Taking their faith to a new level, students are nurtured in exploring what it means to live out a life with Christ in day-to-day settings.

In secondary school, the Encounter Curriculum looks at the bigger picture of biblical principles and focuses on an experiential model of teaching. In addition, we have a well-equipped Chaplaincy program in place that provides many opportunities for student involvement, including bible studies, Storm-Co, and running Chapel programs. Our teachers work above and beyond and can often be found at events outside school hours, helping because they love watching our young people grow into their faith.

Our College has a unique, Christ Centred culture that is evident in all we do. We make Christ the centre by living a life not only for Him, but like Him and with Him. It is our privilege to work with young people from this perspective and we believe our education is better for it.

At our College, we provide tangible experiences for secondary students to exemplify this text as we want to encourage them to live this verse out in their day to day lives. We provide students with formal ways of engaging in service through Storm Co trips, local clean ups, and their Cambodia Mission Trip (see more under Chaplaincy Program). However, we firmly believe that service orientation is a worldview and when we look at the world through service rimmed glasses we see an enormous amount that can be done to reach people and make an impact. When students see the world this way, service can be done anywhere, anytime, in all ways.

Our Year 11/12 Mission trip to Cambodia runs every second year during Schoolies, as an alternative way to celebrate the end of the school year. The trip enables students understand how other cultures live and encourages an appreciation of our blessed lives here in Australia. Students also get to meet their sponsor friend after 11 years of engagement and fundraising with International Children's Care Australia, the ultimate lesson about how what we do actually matters

We believe that we launch our young people into wider society with a passion to serve and a willingness to go the extra mile – values which will get them far in life and colour their existence long into the future.

Quality Learning

We embrace the notion of quality within our teaching team. There is a continuous cycle of learning that occurs for both staff and students; our staff are dedicated, lifelong learners, and this impacts on the quality of education they provide. Teachers who love to learn also love to teach and we see this clearly within our teaching team. Technology is used in the classroom to enhance and streamline the learning journey, and smaller class sizes give us the ability to support student learning more effectively.


Reporting plays a key role in developing school/family partnerships to support student learning. Semester reports are provided twice a year and are only one of a number of ways the College communicates student achievement and commitment to learning. At the end of Term 1, parents receive an interim report which is a brief overview of student progress. Frequent and varied forms of informal feedback occur throughout the year to ensure students are aware of their learning progress to help shape their learning journey. Parents are encouraged to attend Parent / Teacher Interviews to discuss the formal report.


In Year 7 & 8, students are provided with a broad spectrum of classes which meet Australian Curriculum requirements. This enables them to explore numerous areas of interest before starting to choose more specific areas of interest in Year 9 & 10. In senior secondary, the focus is on working towards a Queensland Certificate of Education, ATAR and specific University - Vocational pathways. Find further information on our Junior and Senior Secondary Curriculum pages.


Our classroom environment uses the best of technology enabled learning with digital textbooks, cloud based classroom collaboration, and our 1:1 Laptop Program.