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St Paul's School

About us

Education is more than the acquisition of skills and knowledge, or academia confined to the compulsory years; education is a life-long journey of experiences that build character, mould and create a unique person. This journey begins at birth and ends in the fulfillment of life.

St Paul's School plays an important role in that life-long journey of learning. The school aims to empower individuals as they seek to reach their God-given potential. Education at St Paul's School is not just about academia, it is about educating the whole child, emotionally, socially, physically, spiritually and academically.

Founded in 1960, St Paul's School is located on one 50 hectare campus on the northern outskirts of Brisbane, Queensland.

For nearly 50 years, our broad curriculum and extensive selection of extra-curricular activities have provided opportunities for students of all ages and interests to be challenged, to grow and to achieve success across a myriad of disciplines.

On any given day, you will find students at St Paul's School doing what they do best....throwing themselves enthusiastically into a huge range of academic, sporting and cultural activities.


At St Paul's School, we are exceptionally (and justifiably) proud of our academic track record and our well established reputation for curriculum innovation. Setting and achieving high academic standards right through from our youngest pre-Prep students to our graduating Year 12's are cornerstones in our School's philosophy.

St Paul's School consists of four sub-schools:

Junior School (Pre-Prep to Year 6)
Middle School (Years 7 to 9)
Senior School (Years 10 to 12)
International School (High School Preparation and English Language instruction)


Outside class time there is so much on offer at St Paul's School. There are so many opportunities.... sometimes it is hard making a decision but there is definitely something for everyone!

St Paul's School recognises the important role that social, cultural and physical well-being plays in learning and personal growth. That is why we place a great emphasis on developing the confidence, creativity, teamwork and leadership skills of our students.

St Paul's School offers a wide range of sporting activities with students participating in TAS (The Associated Schools) competitions throughout the year.

Our widely recognised music program gives students from Prep right through to Year 12 the opportunity to participate in private tuition in a diverse range of instruments. These students are encouraged to be develop their performance skills by joining one or more of over twenty different bands, choirs or ensembles.

Students at St Paul's School can also take part in the Cadet Unit, Duke of Edinburgh Scheme, community service organisations such as Amnesty International and Interact, debating, drama and musical productions, chess and golf.

Participation in sporting and cultural activities is encouraged on both social and competitive levels to teach fairness and sportsmanship.

St Paul's School aims to develop in each student a commitment to working co-operatively with others, to enjoy striving to attain their goals and the courage to maintain their principles in a rapidly changing society.

St Paul's School

34 Strathpine Road
Bald Hills, QLD 4036
Phone: +61 7 3261 1388
Fax: +61 7 3261 4521



Key Details:

  • Type: Independent
  • Level: Combined
  • Gender: Coed
  • Religious Affiliation: Anglican
  • Scholarships: Yes
  • Learning Extension: Yes
  • International Students: Yes
  • Early Learning: Yes


Open Day and School Tours
Find out more about St Paul's are invited to join one of our Headmaster' tours which are held on a regular basis. The upcoming dates are on the school website at: 
St Paul's School » School Tours
Alternatively you can contact the Registrar to arrange a personal tour on: 07 3261 1388

Please visit:
St Paul's School Enrolments - St Paul's School


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