PO Box 4078, Forest Lake QLD 4078 07 3372 0888
http://www.stjohnsanglicancollege.com.au/ N/A
Information
  • Location PO Box 4078, Forest Lake QLD 4078, Australia
  • Principal Suzanne Bain
  • Type Private
  • Vice principal http://www.stjohnsanglicancollege.com.au/
Welcome to St John’s Anglican College, the leading Kindergarten to Year 12 coeducational school in south west Brisbane. Shaped by Christian values in the Anglican tradition as they guide everyday College life, St John’s graduates are well educated, respectful, resilient and compassionate; equipped to be people of influence in their communities. St John’s is a place for the development of the mind, for innovation and creativity, for inspiration and well being and for the nurturing of the spirit. Preparation for the responsibilities of leadership in tomorrow’s local and global communities begins in Kindergarten and is progressively undertaken by our caring and committed teachers through to Year 12 as part of everyday community life.
Our teachers care about your child, are available to listen and provide fine role models. They are leaders in learning, focused on providing the best possible educational environment and ensuring that each child’s academic potential is nurtured. Teachers are innovative and collegial in their approach and new ways of teaching and learning are explored and encouraged.
Forest Lake International College offers following Courses.

High School Preparation:
These courses are designed for students who have studied English as a Second Language (ESL) in their home country, but wish to enter mainstream secondary school classes at St John's Anglican College.

Primary School Preparation:
This course is open to international students aged 8 to 11 years, with satisfactory academic and behavioural records in their own countries and who wish to enter our Colleges.
Campus
The College is named after St John the Evangelist. St John started life as a fisherman by the Sea of Galilee, Lake Genesareth. With his family he owned a boat and nets. In those days this was a secure income and a comfortable life. When Jesus walked by Lake Genesareth, he called John and his brother, James, to leave this life and walk with him. The men were to give up the security of the world they knew – to come on a challenging journey in uncharted waters. Jesus called his followers to hear his teaching and live it out in their own lives. Then he sent them out to proclaim the good news of how God’s kingdom could be in the world. John was one of the first men and women to open their lives to Jesus’ call; to open their lives to Jesus’ vision of God’s kingdom. At this College by the lake, we are encouraged to hear that same call.