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Brayden Pavey (Class of 2010)
After graduating from Saint Stephen’s College in 2010 Brayden achieved a diploma in screen and media. He is currently living in Japan where he is filming a documentary about the lifestyles of adolescents, studying Japanese, teaching English and bartending at his local pub – all at the same time!Read more »
Old Scholar in Switzerland for University
In 2010, when he first arrived at Saint Stephen’s College, Ken Kitano could not speak any English at all. He came to the College to learn English for one year, but loved his stay so much that he extended his enrolment until he graduated at the end of last year.
After he graduated from Saint Stephen’s College, Ken was accepted to the famous Glion University in Switzerland, which is ranked second in the world for hotel and restaurant operations.Read more »
Did you know that we have international students from 11 countries studying at Saint Stephen’s College? These countries include China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Russia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Kiribati, Switzerland and Kazakhstan.Read more »
Sister school tennis programme
Okayama Gakugeikan High School in Japan has shared a very special sister school relationship with Saint Stephen’s College for many years. We already have three students enrolled in the new ‘Tennis plus Intensive English’ one-year program. We wish them the best both in the classroom and on the courts!Read more »
Annie Choi is a Year 11 international student with a bright future in professional golf.
This year Annie has already won the Burleigh, Oxley, Ocean Shores, Hills and Caboolture Junior Championships. Annie successfully qualified for LPGA Tour ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Championship where she finished T-61.Read more »