The Foundation provides the link between the College and current parents, alumni and our community of supporters. Its focus is on building supportive community networks and fund raising for further development of the College and facilities. The Foundation also provides support for our Old Collegians, developing the College Archives.

The Foundation builds the community of support around the College through the St John’s Business Breakfast Series, Past Parents Reunions and a Fundraising Gala Dinner.  

St John’s Foundation Business Breakfast Series 2017

Wednesday 22 February, McLeod Country Golf Club

Wednesday 31 May, St John’s Anglican College – please click here for further details

Wednesday 30 May, venue to be announced

Wednesday 25 October, venue to be announced

St John’s Foundation Gala Dinner – Saturday 9 September 2017

Planned facilities development is outlined in the Built Environment Plan.

College fees pay for College operations and very minor capital works. Major facilities development requires the financial support of parents and members of the wider community. The College Foundation Board invites all members of the College community to support the future development of educational facilities for our children and to leave a legacy for future generations.

Our current project is the Performing Arts Centre of Excellence Stage 2.

To view a display of photos which showcase the development of Stage 2 over the last three months of construction please click here.

To find out more about how you can support the St John’s Foundation please send us an email. All donations are tax deductible.

We are very grateful for the generous financial support provided by parents and friends of the College for past facilities development projects. Additional information about Donations or Bequests can be provided by the Chair, Foundation Board, Mr Jeremy Harris C/- Development Office 3372 0127.

St John’s Gala Dinner guests: Dr Barry Kelly, Chairman, FSAC Ltd; Suzanne Bain, Principal; and Bishop Alison Taylor, Anglican Church Southern Queensland.