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Calvary Christian College Parent Fact Sheet

Calvary Christian College offers a unique co-educational experience on Brisbane’s southside that encourages students to be the very best that they can be. Could this potentially be the perfect school you’ve been looking at for your son or daughter? Read on to find out!

Why send your child to Calvary Christian College?

Calvary Christian College in Logan provides students from childcare all the way through to year twelve with the opportunity to grow and develop in the context of a supportive, innovative environment. The staff and administration at Calvary Christian College are dedicated to developing young minds to reach their potential via dynamic teaching that encourage critical thinkers and innovative minds.

This dual-campus Christian campus promotes the development of the holistic child – someone who is able to branch out into a range of areas including the development of academic, cultural, musical, sporting and service pursuits. Each child is welcomed as a valuable member of a community where everyone is encouraged to be the best that they can be – in whatever form that may take,

What co-curricular opportunities are there at Calvary Christian College?

There are a plethora of opportunities that your child will be encouraged to embrace upon their enrolment at Calvary Christian College.

Creative Arts

  • A variety of instrumental ensembles dependent on age and ability
  • Vocal ensembles and choirs
  • A Theatre Club that runs musical and dramatic productions and occasionally works with renowned theatre company Zen Zen Zo
  • Art Club (available to high school students and not limited to those currently studying visual arts)
  • Creative Arts Eisteddford
  • School Musical Production
  • Arts Fest
  • D3 (A junior school initiative designed to encourage those students who show interest and aptitude in creative expression)


  • Athletics
  • Swimming
  • Cross Country
  • AFL
  • Gym
  • Netball
  • AusKick
  • Touch Football
  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Soccer
  • Volleyball

There are also a range of development programs for students who show particular aptitude and skill in certain sports. If you think this may apply to your child, make sure to mention it during enrolment discussions.


There are a range of clubs for interested students at Calvary Christian College.

  • Lego Club
  • Creative Writing
  • Public Speaking
  • See the movie/read the book
  • Chess
  • Year 5 Book Club
  • Maths Olympiad
  • Sewing Club
  • Year 6 Book Club
  • MAD for Missions
  • Photography
  • D3 – Digital Media, Dance and Drama


Students at Calvary Christian College are encouraged to be of service to others. There are a variety of missions that they can partake in that help them reach this goal.

  • Involvement in Amnesty International
  • Vanuatu Mission Trip

What are the school fees at Calvary Christian College?

These fees are annual. They include the 1:1 Laptop program and any additional levies. The numbers represented here were current at time of print (February 2018) and include the pay-on-time discount.

  • Prep: $4,900
  • Year 1-2: $4,930
  • Year 3: $4,965
  • Year 4-5: $5,485
  • Year 6: $6,420
  • Year 7 (if continuing from primary): $6,590
  • Year 7 (if new): $6,590
  • Year 8: $7,480
  • Year 9: $8,650
  • Year 10: $8,660
  • Year 11: $8,735
  • Year 12: $8,615

Are there scholarships at Calvary Christian College?

You can find details about scholarships to Calvary Christian College at this link.

Find out how to get a scholarship here!

Enrolling at Calvary Christian College

Contact the College and ask to have a guided tour to see this unique educational experience in action.

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Janine Mergler

Janine Mergler is a veteran Queensland teacher, graduating from QUT with a BEd majoring in Social Sciences. After many years in the classroom, Janine moved on to academia. She has proudly trained new generations of teachers in her role as a lecturer at Queensland University of Technology Faculty of Education. She has also worked in the Queensland Government as an education specialist, developing education resources and delivering community awareness programs to help families conserve water. Currently she is the owner and editor of Families Magazine, a publication specifically targeted at parents who value a quality education for children.  Janine leads a team of professionals who write about family lifestyle, early childhood, schools and education information and family-friendly events.

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