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A Place to See
We invite you to come and see Brisbane Adventist College (BAC). BAC is an independent co-educational school providing an excellent holistic education from Early Childhood Care through to Year 12, founded on Biblically supported principles and values.
BAC is set in a beautiful bush-land environment just 15 minutes from Brisbane's CBD. The College operates a comprehensive school bus system to convenience parents and students.
A Place to Grow
The College is respected for fostering self-confident, responsible and successful students, and for developing each individual to their fullest potential by providing a tradition of education balanced in academic, sporting, artistic and spiritual nurture. Thus, providing opportunities for students to confidently pursue their chosen career path, becoming active participants in society.
Co-curricular activities on primary and secondary campuses include: sport, band, choir, string ensemble, drama, excursions and camps. The emphasis in sport is on participation, health and fun. Our students enjoy healthy rivalry with other schools and colleges in the district sports competitions.
BAC accepts any student without regard to their ethnic background, sex, nation origin or religious affiliation. All students are expected to show respect for Christian principles and live in harmony with the standards and codes of the College. Our staff are available to answer your questions and meet with you regarding any aspect of our College and your children’s education.
Our College is a place we would like you to see, book a personal tour today by contacting us on 07 3347 6444.
Brisbane Adventist College operates 9 buses on routes covering the south side of Brisbane where there are sufficient numbers to make a service viable. Where possible the buses will use main roads and utilized council bus stops. The service we offer is dependent upon seats being available. A waiting list may apply on some routes. First preference will be given to Unlimited Fare travellers from the furthest zone.
Kelsey Hayes - Graduate 2009
I spent a total of thirteen years at BAC from pre-school until my Year 12 graduation in 2009. School is incredibly influential on a young person’s life, and I am so grateful for the positive schooling experience I had. During my time at BAC I made lifelong friendships, was mentored by an incredible team of teachers, received an excellent education and I was faced with many challenges and opportunities that have helped to mould me into the young woman I am today.
I was given the great honour of serving as College Captain in my final year, which required a great deal of time and effort, but equipped me with invaluable skills that I have taken into my university degree. I am now in my third year studying a Bachelor of Architecture at Queensland University of Technology. I was blessed with a Vice-Chancellor’s scholarship at the commencement of my course, which is awarded not only on the basis of academic and leadership credentials, but also on a student’s commitment to community service. BAC has always had a heart for the community, whether it be raising money for appeals, throwing creative fundraisers for various charities or sending their students on STORM Co trips to remote areas of Queensland.
In my time at BAC, I was also able to foster a passion for music by learning the piano and flute and by being involved in both the worship and concert bands. BAC instilled in me a desire to strive for excellence in all things, but more importantly to honour Jesus above everything, a critical thing to remember when you’re a part of the cutthroat design industry. BAC provided a strong foundation for my spiritual journey with Christ, and I continue to worship and serve him passionately today as he guides me through this crazy thing called life! – Kelsey Hayes