About Saint Stephen’s College
Saint Stephen’s College is a co-educational, Preparatory to Year 12 independent school at the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia.
Students at Saint Stephen’s College enjoy impressive success in all areas of academics, sporting and cultural pursuits, but it is the ‘spirit’ of our community that truly sets us apart from other schools. We strive to develop students who are full of character, who are empowered to reach their full potential, and who live their lives as responsible global and local citizens.
We value the development of global perspectives in
our students and we achieve this through integrating
our domestic students with our thriving community of international students. All of our students experience rich learning, excellent facilities and visionary technology such as our digitally interactive learning spaces that encourage rich engagement and collaboration.
We encourage you to book a personalised tour of our campus so that you can discover what's so special about Saint Stephen's College.
The Goda Foundation sponsors many opportunities for students to be transported outside of their comfort zones so that they can develop a deeper understanding of the world.
Our international students make solid friendships, develop better language skills and experience the very best of Australian culture. We look forward to welcoming you to our thriving international community.
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What's been happening at the Collegerss feed
Congratulations to the Saint Stephen’s College Class of 2016!Read more »
It was a packed Goda Firkins Auditorium for the 2016 Sports Awards dinner, where students in Years 7 to 12 were in the spotlight for their athletic achievements throughout the year.Read more »
Congratulations to the 2016 Performing Arts Awards recipients. The annual awards dinner is a celebration of the outstanding achievements of our talented Saint Stephen’s students, and their contributions to music, song, dance and theatre.Read more »