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All Saints is a co-educational Anglican day and boarding school with 1,850 students from kindergarten to Year 12.
All Saints is centrally placed in the Gold Coast, Queensland, a 10 minute drive from the beach. The School is located on a 40 hectare site and offers well-equipped general purpose learning areas with specialist facilities for the teaching of Science with Technology, Visual Arts, Performing Arts and Health and Physical Education.
The School offers students easy access to campus-wide Wi-Fi connectivity. Students may bring their own electronic device to School for use in and out of the classroom and also have access to School computing devices and hardware.
Sporting facilities include the indoor basketball and volleyball courts, gymnasium, two swimming pools as well as eight main playing fields and golf practice facilities.
All Saints has a strong reputation for academic excellence and a high quality music and arts programmes. The School is also well-known for its high level of pastoral care and for providing students with the best possible opportunities to reach their potential.
We seek to enroll students who will benefit from the special opportunities offered at All Saints; who are willing to participate enthusiastically in our programmes and whose families understand and support the ethos of the School. You are invited to experience diverse programmes of stimulating English language education, performing and visual arts, sport and cultural programmes at the All Saints International Centre. The preparation courses serve as an initiation into the Australian system of education and successful transition into full participation as a secondary school student.