St John’s Anglican College strives to provide an extraordinary, globally innovative and future focused education from Kindergarten to Year 12. 


St John’s Anglican College offers exceptional learning opportunities through balanced curricular and extra-curricular programs, which prepare students well for their future and develops character and resilience; equipping them to be people of influence in the local or global community in which they serve.


Shaped by the Ethos Statement for Anglican Schools in the Province of Queensland, St John’s values diversity, and inclusivity within its community and encourages openness and intellectual challenge in its teaching and learning within a positive environment which promotes and acknowledges individual effort and endeavour.

St John’s actively expresses the values and traditions of the Anglican Church including the dignity and understanding to be found in school worship as well as an acceptance of social responsibility, social justice and service to the wider community of which it is part.

Teaching and learning at St John’s fosters:

  • Critical and creative thinking
  • Inquiring and reflective learning
  • Confident communication and collaboration, and
  • Open minded, compassionate and principled people.


Faith, Service and Courage.  Having Faith in oneself and in God, serving others before self, and having the Courage to take risks, and influence others for the greater good provides the best foundation for a successful future.