Profile: Brisbane Adventist College

Brisbane Adventist LogoBrisbane Adventist College (BAC) is a vibrant and active place of learning for students from Prep to Year 12. Caring Christian teachers aim to support and inspire our students to achieve their best. BAC is open to all families of all faiths, making us a vibrant, dynamic multicultural school while teaching our school values that help establish the positive Christian culture that is fostered throughout our college and for which BAC is known. The current student population comes from a wide-ranging area, extending from the Gold Coast to Ipswich and Brisbane Central.

Type of School Co-educational Christian College
Years Prep to Year 12
Co-ed / Girls / Boys Co-Educational
Intake Years Prep to Year 12
Special Programs Bright sparks Playgroup, Bright Sparks 2 to 5 year old Program, Early Learning Centre
Co-Curricular Activities An Extensive sporting program consisting of the following: Soccer, Basketball, Netball,  Touch, etc.  Music program consisting of Choir, String Ensemble, Brass and Wind, Piano etc.  Duke of Edinburgh Award, Community Service programs like Storm Co., Arts and Drama, Traineeships in Senior Access to University and TAFE units.
Open Day Dates Personal school tours are readily available.
Phone 3347 6444
Day School / Boarding School Day School
Public Transport BAC Private Bus Service available
Wheelchair Accessible Yes
Caters for specials needs children No
Details of special needs / gifted programs Enhanced Learning Dept available

About Brisbane Adventist College
Brisbane Adventist College (BAC) is a vibrant and active place of learning for students from Prep to Year 12. Caring Christian teachers aim to support and inspire our students to achieve their best. BAC is open to all families of all faiths, making us a vibrant, dynamic multicultural school while teaching our school values that help establish the positive Christian culture that is fostered throughout our college and for which BAC is known.
The current student population comes from a wide ranging area, extending from the Gold Coast to Ipswich and Brisbane Central.

Our Junior Primary program is designed especially to foster a sense of belonging and love of learning as students embark on these critical first years of school, and establish a solid foundation for success in future studies.
In Senior Primary years, students participate in engaging lessons and activities to maintain this learning momentum. The wide range of co-curricular programs offered help enable them to develop skills necessary to enter high school with confidence. Our Year 7 classes have a well-established and integrated program at our High School and benefit from specialised teachers in many of their subject areas.

All classrooms are digitally equipped with age appropriate technology to enhance the delivery of the curriculum, meet the needs of a broad range of learning styles, and equip students for the one-to-one laptop/tablet program from Year 7. All our college teachers participate regularly in professional development opportunities in the area of technology and are keen to find new and exciting ways to teach their students.

We have a much celebrated Music Department that each year continues to offer many opportunities for our students, from as young as Prep, to learn a wide variety of instruments and participate in Eisteddfods and other music competitions.
We welcome you to come and see our school for yourself‚ every day is an open day at BAC. We believe you will like what you see!

Bright Sparks Program for 2 to 5 year olds
Calling all children 2 to 5 years!
Brisbane Adventist College is delighted to offer the unique Bright Sparks Program to children between the ages of 2 and 5 years old. Our Bright Sparks classes engage both parent and child, run for one hour, including morning tea. All focus on the early development of your child and vary each session and term from cooking, science, art, music, sport, gardening, borrowing a book from our library and more.

CONTACT
LOCATION:   Brisbane Adventist College, Broadwater Road, Mount Gravatt Central, Wishart, Brisbane, Queensland, 4122, Australia
PHONE: 0733476444
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