The Department of Education trading as Education Queensland International (EQI). CRICOS Provider Code: 00608A.
International students join us at Centenary SHS for three, six, nine or the full academic year of twelve months. Students select from the full range of subjects available at that time and study with Australian students in mainstream classes.
The aim of this program is to gain further English proficiency and experience another culture. At the conclusion of their studies a report is issued, detailing subjects studied and grades achieved.
If you are a student from Europe or the Americas who wants the fun and excitement of short-term study in a foreign country, we can offer:
A wonderful Arts program (Music, Drama, Dance, Art, Film and TV) and Musical Productions
An excellence program in Mathematics and Science
Opportunities to take part in many club sports including football and rowing
Subjects you haven’t had a chance to try before, such as Engineering, Digital Solutions, and Dance
Continued development of your home country academic subjects
International student coordinators
Our international student coordinators, Mr Adam Richter and Mrs Vicki Spicer, work with our students to monitor their academic progress (including appropriate subject choices) and their welfare. They are available 5 days a week at school and by telephone on weekends.
International homestay coordinator
Ms Maria Chadburn also works closely with homestay families and our students as our homestay coordinator. She introduces students to Australian culture and school life through our orientation programs and works closely with students throughout their time at Centenary SHS, at a personal level as well as at a school/student level.
EAL/D Teacher / EAL/D Support
Our EAL/D teacher works with our international students to assist their transition to full-time studies in English. She liaises with subject teachers and can also provide support for assignment work.
Guidance officers in Australian schools provide both study program and career advice, and offer personal welfare support. Our Guidance officers and international student coordinators will work together to assist students to plan their initial course selection and their pathway from high school to tertiary education.