Parklands Christian College is a non-denominational school, but affirming all faithful Christian expressions and committed to teaching and living out the truths of traditional Christianity.
Parklands Christian College is avaliable to students from Prep to Senior College
St Philomena School is an independent Catholic school run by the Fathers of the Society of St Pius X. Initially opened in 1999 as a Primary School, application for approval to extend into secondary education was made and granted in 2011. St Philomena’s now provides both Primary and Secondary education with classes from Prep to Year 12.
Our school is unique in that, from the earliest age, we seek to give a classical education to our children. Of all educational methods, the classical curriculum seems to be the most tried and true. It includes learning Latin, classical studies in Ancient Greek and Roman history, and the study of Logic. Only literary classics are studied in class, and French is also taught from Year 6.
Our academic results are reflected by the myschool website, regularly rating St Philomena School the best in the local area, and one of the best schools in Queensland.
At St Philomena School, we value education for education’s sake, and not merely as a means to something else. A true education includes so much more than mere knowledge and includes the formation of a child’s character.
That is why we have high standards in behaviour, manners and courtesy. In many ways, our education philosophy might be termed “old school”, yet at the same time modern methods and technologies are employed to the degree that they are useful. Nevertheless, St Philomena’s is not about technologies and innovative methods; it is about the children. It is about the development of their individual personalities in such a way as to make full use of the various gifts God has given them, and to share these talents later for the betterment of society.
"Inspirational Teaching...Inspired Learning"
Flagstone State Community College is a state high school situated on 15 hectares in Flagstone Estate, five kilometers from Jimboomba township, in the city of Logan. Opened in January 2002, the College now numbers over 820 students from Year 8-12.
Students are able to study both academic and vocational curriculum and participate in a wide range of sports and cultural activities. Although a young school, our College has already amassed many fine achievements and has established a tradition of excellent teaching and learning epitomized in our motto "Inspirational Teaching...Inspired Learning".
St Francis College is a contemporary, multi-cultural school providing high quality Catholic education to all Logan-city families from Prep to Year 12. Our students are accepted as individuals with unique gifts and talents, and are nurtured to achieve their full potential.
One of the great advantages of St Francis College is its Prep to Year 12 co-educational structure that provides all students with a holistic and continuous education throughout all their school years in a familiar environment. We have found that this structure not only promotes the academic success of our students, but also the community atmosphere of the school, enhancing the students’ sense of belonging and self.
At St Francis College, we are inspired by the Franciscan values of simplicity and harmony. ‘Pastoral care’ is embedded within our culture from the way new parents and students are welcomed into the College, to the continuing way that staff and students interact over their learning years. Our staff work in close partnership with parents to foster in each student a desire to learn, and the capacity to make decisions and commitments that will help them grow spiritually, intellectually, physically, emotionally and socially.
Trinity College is a Catholic school community open to all who wish to participate in the development of the following goals of growth and renewal: shared faith, Catholic identity, high quality education, contemporary curriculum, within an environment of excellent pastoral care.
Founded in 1982, Trinity is a co-educational College that values the diverse range of hopes, talents and skills of our students. We seek to challenge our young men and women to grow into responsible young adults.
Our aim is to create an atmosphere where happiness, trust and understanding are just as much a way of life as are efforts, competition and achievement. We believe that such an environment produces a stable academic climate. This allows each student to develop his or her special talents by learning to respect excellence and striving to achieve it.
We offer a range of traditional academic subjects to prepare for further tertiary study, and work-related courses leading to traineeships and apprenticeships. In addition, our College has forged strong bonds with the local community.
Hills International College is a P-12 International school offering unique educational opportunities in an environment where language, culture and activities are shared. By enabling young people of different cultures to mix and learn from each other, the college is preparing a new generation of genuinely global citizens.
Emmaus College Jimboomba will provide your child with a friendly and caring learning environment, staffed by highly qualified, supportive teachers. Emmaus is a co-educational College with an enrolment of over 1000 students. Education is provided from Prep to Year 12.
Emmaus College is an Ecumenical College in partnership with the Catholic, Anglican, Lutheran and Uniting Churches. Emmaus is owned and administered by Brisbane Catholic Education.
Jimboomba is located in the south west region of Queensland on the outskirts of Brisbane approximately 20 minutes from Calamvale and 40 minutes from the Gold Coast.
Hills College is a very special place. A small school with a maximum of 650 students enrolled across the 13 year levels from Prep to Year 12, there is a real ‘community’ feeling with a high level of interaction between teachers and parents as we encourage our students to achieve their personal best.
Hills College’s strategic planning is centred around the goals set by the College mission. Hills College aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and resilient young people who achieve their potential, within a school environment encouraging intercultural understanding and respect for all.
To achieve this, Hills College curriculum is rigorous and relevant to the 21st century learner, embracing research-based principles and using interactive and collaborative technologies that together form a practical framework to maximize learning opportunities for every student enrolled in our college, with a diverse range of pathways for its graduates.