Our Early Learning Centre is a state-of-the-art facility that provides an innovative, fun and nurturing early learning experience. We focus on helping children to grow and blossom into happy, confident, well-educated and well-balanced individuals.
Our aim is to create an environment where enriched and inclusive learning experiences build upon the foundational concepts and encourage our students to become independent learners.
Our aim is to provide students with flexible pathways that are built upon a strong foundation of skills for lifelong learning. Our program offers a range of learning options that cater for the diverse needs and aspirations of our students.
Saint Stephen’s College Strategic Plan
What people are saying about the College
“Great blend of technology and learning in the early years - which will set my children up for their future.”
Parent, Junior College
“Best school in Queensland. Highly recommend if you are looking for a school that truly cares.”
Nada & Fady Andary
Parents, Senior College
“Highly recommend the school to anyone moving to the area - our kids are excelling beyond our expectations.”
Parent, Junior College
“So many opportunities and great support - so every student can achieve their full potential.”
What’s been happening at the College
News & Events
Innovative School 2022
Congratulations to our College Community for being selected for the seventh year in a row and as one of only 46 schools in the country (and one of only 19 in Queensland) to be selected by The Educator as a 5-Star Innovative School for 2022. Now in its eighth year, the Innovative Schools Awards recognises schools who are the forefront of change and innovation. We are beyond proud of this achievement and to be listed as providing ground breaking educational programs and initiatives.
This week on Conversations @ The College, College Old Scholar and College Captain 2006, James Maskey sits down with us to discuss his journey of self discovery and mental health awareness. The podcast touches on the importance of support systems within our community, and James' experience with his own mental health.
We bid farewell to the Class of 2022 at our Final Chapel. Our College Captains made their final ode and reminded their classmates this is farewell and not a goodbye. Saint Stephen’s College will always be your home and our community has supported you, and will continue to support you for many years to come. Farewell Class of 2022 and good luck to our newest Old Scholars.
The Goda Foundation is the school’s major patron and provides funded ‘real world’ opportunities for our students to build character, position themselves for success and develop a deeper understanding of the world, its people and their part in it.