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ORMISTON COLLEGE, ORMISTON
97 Dundas Street West
ORMISTON
Queensland
4160
Brisbane Central & East
07 3821 8999
Redland City
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Non-denominational
Non-denominational Christian
Primary School, Secondary School
Prep - Year 12, Early Learning Centre
(2016) Per Term -
Junior School (Prep -Year 4) $2,288;
Junior School (Year 5 & Year 6) $2,358;
Secondary School (Year 7 - Year 12) $2,783
Capital Levy $298.00
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02189K
Co-educational
1350+
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Welcome! Ormiston College is not just a respected coeducational non-denominational Christian P-12 school with world-class facilities, outstanding curriculum program, exceptional teachers and superb surroundings.

It's far more than that. Being part of Ormiston College is about belonging to the College community, about being a part of a proud history of achievement and commitment to excellence, about friendship and belonging, and it's about taking pride in your school and yourself.

When students graduate from Ormiston College, they leave with more than an excellent private education; they leave with a sense of achievement, confidence, and self-respect.

We prepare your child for life in all its richness.

Brett Webster
Headmaster

About Us

Our Early Learning Centre - Affectionately named, 'Puggles Burrow', the Ormiston College Early Learning Centre provides children from 15 months to 5 years with a safe, nurturing, and fun environment designed to enhance their early development. Known for its excellent facilities and resources, the centre provides quality, safe and friendly care and is a great foundation for future learning.

Science Centre – The science centre provides five Biology and Chemistry Science Laboratories and a dry Physics Science Laboratory affording outstanding opportunities for pursuing a range of science-based subjects.

Centre for Learning Innovation – The CLI is the hub for our community of learners: it is an intersection where people and information collide and evolve. Our CLI is a library of the future and a community hub, not merely a holding area for books. The focus is on ‘flexible space’ and the creation of an environment that is conducive to student interaction and collaborative learning. ‘Makerspaces’, sometimes referred to as hackspaces or fablabs, are innovative creative DIY spaces where students gather to create, invent and learn. There are 3D printers, software, electronics, craft, hardware tools and much more, with easily moveable furniture capable of quick reconfiguration to support different kinds of activity.

Information Communication Technology – Preparing our students for work in the 21st century workplace requires ICT proficiency. Our College uses modern ICT devices in combination with 21st century skills taught within our classrooms. All learning areas are appointed with suitable, modern and innovative ICT devices. Starting in our early years, our Prep, Year 1 and Year 2 students all use the latest iPad technology to assist their learning. Then, in each Year 3 to Year 6 there are a bank of 15 hybrid tablet/laptops featuring an electronic pen that enables high level input on various tasks and activities providing better learning compared to traditional keyboard and mouse devices. From Year 7 until the end of Year 12, students are provided with their own hybrid laptop, that they can use in the classroom and take home, ensuring they have the right technology tools for learning whenever they are needed. For the more high end technology requirements the College also has a single computing lab featuring 28 AutoCAD certified desktops equipped with large monitors and i7 processors.

The College also has a rich set of multimedia devices. Every classroom in Junior school features an interactive whiteboard and speakers for use with various educational software and e-Learning tasks. In Middle and Senior school every teaching space has a projector and speakers. The whole College is covered with wireless access so that as many ICT devices as possible can be used wirelessly, this enables true collaboration between staff and students throughout the campus. The Centre for Learning and Innovation has MediaScape lounges where students can connect their laptops and work collaboratively with other students in a relaxed setting.

The College also caters for the production of assignment work with students having access to photocopiers where they can scan and digitize content, copy and print assignments in rich colour and up to A3 sized paper; there are also digital still and video cameras available for loan from the CLI. Students through their enrollment are allowed to access and install at no extra cost the Microsoft Office productivity suite for use on any computer or laptop they may use the home.

Support for all of this technology is provided by the College’s own ICT Helpdesk located in the CLI. All equipment is regularly maintained and students and parents can visit or call the ICT Services for any questions relating to the technology and ICT Services provided by the College.


The Lingo Lin Performing Arts Theatre features a 13 x 9 metre stage, the latest staging technology, drama studio, and individual music rooms.

The Somerset Sports Centre provides first-class facilities for basketball, netball, badminton and volleyball, fully equipped gymnasium, and multi-purpose rooms for dance, aerobics, and other programs and houses the Ormiston Private Health Club.

The Marsson Aquatic Centre is a 25 metre heated swimming pool and complex.
The curriculum offered to our senior students is specifically designed to present a broad, liberal education encouraging meaningful choices that will keep course and career options open. All subjects are QSA subjects, ensuring each student is eligible to receive an OP.

Year 8 concentrates solely on their core subjects. Year 9 has seven core subjects with students able to select from eight elective subjects.

In 2002 Ormiston College took the initiative of introducing Foundation Studies. The aim of the program is to provide Year 10 students with an opportunity of re-igniting their motivation for learning and for achieving their personal best.

In the first semester of Year 10, Foundation Studies provides each student with Year 11 style learning, an awareness of higher standards, more intense assessments, the speed of delivery of new courses, experience in personal study, higher level of research and homework requirements. In second semester students begin their Senior Studies, giving them the advantage of expanding their learning from four to five semesters.

All students must include a Humanities, Language, Business, or Performing Arts subject in their selection. Students are encouraged to choose subjects that maximise their options post-Year 12.

Ormiston College has an outstanding reputation for providing its students with quality private education. Ormiston College is an independent, non-denominational Christian school with a strong record of achievement not only academically but also through an extensive range of cultural and sporting pursuits.

Although the College’s world-class facilities and beautiful Brisbane Bayside setting make an immediate impression, it's the Ormiston College community and their commitment to positive outcomes for every student that sets our school apart.

Our College community supports, encourages, and acknowledges each person’s honest commitment to do his or her best, in a welcoming safe environment of mutual respect and dignity.

In a friendly, non-denominational Christian independent school environment we take a holistic approach to developing the spiritual, moral, intellectual, social, aesthetic, emotional, and physical skills of our students.

We actively promote the value of learning, as we believe that learning how to learn is as important as learning content and skills.

We understand and recognise the differences, the similarities, and the strengths which each girl and boy has. We guide them and teach them to explore, to strive for success, and to take on their dreams with confidence and compassion so they may go out into the community as leaders.

Because Some Skills Can’t Be Learned in the Classroom, while strong academic performance is important, at Ormiston College private school we believe an individual’s social skills and self-confidence are just as important for success. Not every student is successful in each aspect of school life, but our broad co-curricular program encourages students to recognise their talents and to enjoy genuine success and growth in self-confidence. Our team programs teach the importance of individual performance and commitment to the whole, while also helping students learn how to strive to achieve ‘personal bests’ and to both win and lose with grace. Of course having fun is also important. Students can choose from music, drama, debating, leadership programs and from an extensive list of individual performance and team sporting activities including: Music Tuition, Aerobics, Speech, Drama, Dance, the Duke of Edinburgh Award, Debating Club, Fitness Club, Chess, Public Speaking, Environmental Committee, Social Justice Committee, Sailing, Swimming Club, Biennial Musical, Tennis Tuition, Drama Club, Art Club, Robotics Club, Titration, Cultural Committee, the Academic Committee, and a program of cultural exchange, excursions, camps and overseas and national tours.

At Ormiston College, we provide permanent, on-campus pastoral support and guidance for students and their parents. Our pastoral care program focuses on students’ social, emotional, behavioural and spiritual well-being and builds their capacity to meet the challenges faced during and beyond their school years. Each form teacher is supported by a Student Support Services Team comprising two counsellors and the Year Level Co-ordinators.

Ormiston College is an independent, coeducational, non-denominational Christian school seeking to achieve academic excellence.

Ormiston College aims to nurture and encourage enthusiasm for and commitment to the pursuit of lifelong learning. The College is committed to providing holistic, integrated educational programs that develop problem-solving, decision-making, critical and creative thinking skills to enable students to participate as confident and contributing members of society, capable of meeting the demands of a rapidly changing world.

The College affirms individual differences and actively promotes cultural and intellectual understanding and the development of physical skills of each member of the school community. The provision of challenging opportunities for development of character, responsibility, initiative and integrity, social awareness and good citizenship is a priority in the College.
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