|School Type||Secondary school|
|Phone||07 5545 3644|
|Total Student||161 (boy:79, girl:82)|
Tamborine Mountain College is an independent, non-denominational, co-educational, secondary school in the Gold Coast hinterland with a student population of approximately 160. The Collegeâ€™s intention is to always remain small, ensuring optimum learning with a family-like, safe, learning environment. A Master Building Plan for development over the next few years has the student population capped at 250. The College offers: ? quality education in a safe learning environment â€“ we have a wide range of student abilities, from extremely gifted academically, to those who sometimes struggle and are looking for a more caring, personal educational experience. Students feel safe on our small, caring campus. ? affordable education â€“ our fees are kept low to assist families in this locale to choose a private education for their children. Scholarship applications, based on academic excellence and/or sporting excellence are available. Financial assistance is also available through a Bursary application. ? new buildings and facilities, as part of the building program, including an excellent science centre and a fully digital library in 2012. ? a strong academic core with after-school tutorials for Gifted and Talented students as well as for those requiring extra personal assistance. ? as a Valued-Partner of Griffith University, benefits from early entry to university and scholarships for its Year 12 students. Most of our students choose to go onto tertiary studies. ? international students, made welcome with a Host Family arrangement. ? students in Year 10, an individual career set plan to assist in decision making for subject selection at Senior level for future goals. ? through work experience, school-based traineeships and apprenticeships, whilst still having options at the end of Year 12 to continue studies at tertiary level. ? excellent IT facilities and operates on a wireless network with mobile laptop trolleys available for classroom usage. ? co-curricular activities, including camps and..