Secondary school preparatory course
Secondary Preparation Courses (ELICOS) are taught in a Secondary School campus environment. St. Paul’s International School’s learning environment is full of creativity and vitality, and the curriculum is well planned, providing international students with good opportunities to master English speaking and writing skills to promote students’ future study and life, and students can also learn about Australian culture and Tradition.
The school environment values personal encouragement and academic achievement:
- Excellent teaching facilities and resources
- Provide high-quality secondary school preparation courses (ELICOS)
- The Secondary School Preparation Program is designed by English as a
- Second Language (ESL) teachers with extensive secondary school teaching experience.
The school also offers a range of student support services, including:
- Social tutors take care of the student program
- Homestays carefully selected and arranged by the school
- Assist students in arranging further study after the secondary preparation program, including admission to St. Paul’s School, other secondary schools or post-secondary institutions
Advising students on continuation and transition courses
- Assist students with medical insurance and visa extension
- Airport pickup
St Paul’s International School is fully accredited by the Australian National English Education Accreditation Scheme.
International students who want to study in an Australian secondary school can study a wide range of subjects at St Paul’s School. The school continues to improve teaching standards, in order to develop the potential of students, so that students have the opportunity to enter Australian universities. Additional English language support is provided to all international students throughout their studies.
Study Abroad Program
St Paul’s School also offers study abroad programmes in 1, 2, 3 or 4 short terms. These programs provide students with the opportunity to integrate into St Paul’s schools and include English, science, history, culture and other secondary school subjects.
Study tour (student groups of 6 to 45 people)
We understand that different students have different needs, so we design courses according to students’ needs. In Brisbane and Australia, there are many rich and varied activities available to international students. St Paul’s School offers a variety of travel study and holiday programs for students who want to explore and experience Australia, including classroom study, excursions and a variety of outdoor activities.
Holiday Study Courses
St. Paul’s School welcomes students to come to St. Paul during the Northern Hemisphere holidays to further study English and experience life in an English-speaking environment. The school offers special courses from March to May and from mid-June to late August for students who want to study at St. Paul’s School during the holidays.
St Paul’s International students who are not accompanied by a parent or guardian may live in a school-approved homestay. The St Paul’s School Homestay Program provides students with a comfortable, English-speaking home and a peaceful learning environment where students can experience the Australian way of life, practice English, share their hobbies and culture, and Get supervised learning. St Paul’s School is within easy reach of South East Queensland’s beaches and major tourist attractions.