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[mwVimeo video_id=’309672229′ width=’620′ height=’349′] Welcome to 2019, you can still enrol your child for this schooling year and enjoy the mantra of ‘Every Student, Every Success’ for you and your child.

St Columban’s College, Caboolture offers 34 senior subjects and delivers training in 19 national qualifications across 11 industries, along with supporting over 80 school-based apprentices/trainees annually. Recently acknowledged through the Innovative Schools Award, the college’s operations are characterised by exceptional training facilities – including an innovative and collaborative Trade Training Centre and Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) Centre. Further, the college fosters strong local and national reciprocal business and training partnerships.

In 2018, the college entered the Aerospace Gateway to Industry Schools Program and has been a Gateway to Industry School for Food Wine and Tourism for many years. These programs provide students with exceptional opportunities to access growth industries and connect them to over 30 industry partners, training institutions, and universities.

Alongside the strong academic program, the college also offers a broad range of co-curricular activities, camps, excursions and opportunities both inside and outside the classroom – students are encouraged to explore both cultural and sporting activities. The college is a member of Queensland’s premier co-educational inter-school sporting competition The Associated Schools ‘TAS”.

College fees are inclusive of academic tuition, Vocational Education and Training (VET) certificate courses, co-curricular activities, camps, excursions and participation in TAS sport. Students are supported on their educational journey with a dedicated on-site Careers Centre, Wellbeing Centre with counselling support and a highly resourced Learning Enhancement Centre. Students are encouraged to build friendships and establish their own support network through the college’s pastoral care system.

The college actively supports students in transition from primary school to secondary school through extensive orientation programs. Practical assistance is given to incoming Year 7 students, which includes teaching students to read their timetable, exploring the college facilities and matching them with a Senior Buddy for their first year at high school.

Visit now to make an enquiry or full application.

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