St Paul's School
St Paul’s School is an independent school owned by the Anglican Diocese of Brisbane. Established in 1960 as a boys’ secondary school, it is today a co-educational Pre-Prep to Year 12 school with a vision to be leaders in educational thinking and practice. The school is a student centred Anglican community preparing balanced global citizens with a heart for servant leadership. It welcomes students from across the globe for long term and short term periods. St Paul’s boasts a strong academic record, a beautiful campus and a caring community. The school offers over 50 extra-curricular activities that include music, debating, cadets, dance, chess and activities such as drama and art. Sport is also a huge part of the St Paul’s culture, with students encouraged to participate across a wide range of sports, making use of the School’s first class facilities. The Anglican Schools Commission Queensland provides strategic oversight of St Paul’s School, ensuring the School operates in alignment with the ethos of the Anglican Church of Queensland.
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