The annual St Peters Lutheran College Indooroopilly Open Day is a chance for you to meet current staff and students, tour our expansive campus, explore the incredible facilities available to our Prep-Year 12 students and imagine what your life would be like as a St Peters community member.

This year, our Indooroopilly Open Day moved online. While COVID-19’s Social Distancing restrictions caused us to change our plans, we’re glad that we could still show families around our day and boarding school—a leading Queensland private school that’s been providing excellence in Christian co-education for the last 75 years!

If you missed our Virtual Open Day on Thursday 16 July, 2020 (or if you just want to revisit the content again), you can discover the world of opportunities available at St Peters Indooroopilly right here! Scroll down to watch our Virtual Open Day video, find out '10 Reasons to Choose St Peters', or learn more about each of our sub-schools and cocurricular programs. 


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St Peters Indooroopilly has been excelling as a day and boarding school for the last 75 years. We offer a range of sub-schools and cocurricular opportunities for all Year Levels. These are designed to ensure that every child learns every day, in a safe and supportive environment.

Our sub-schools include Prep, the Primary Years (Lower and Upper Primary), Junior High and Senior School. Across each of these Year Levels, students are encouraged to participate in a range cocurricular opportunities, particularly in the areas of Music and Sport. Scroll down to view our Boarding, sub-school, Music and Sport videos.  

Sub-school & Cocurricular Tours

Boys & Girls Boarding from Year 6

Boarding

St Peters has a proud Boarding history, starting in 1945. We are the only co-educational day and boarding Colleges in the Brisbane municipal area, meaning that, at our College, the whole family can attend the one school. Our Boarders have access to state-of-the-facilities, Pastoral Care programs, health services and more. Click here to find out more.
Tour Boarding
Positive education from Day One

Prep

At St Peters, we’re committed to ensuring your child’s introduction to schooling is a positive one. Our Prep students learn and grown within their own, purpose-built centre. Like in the Primary Years, they follow the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme. To find out more, click here.
Tour Prep
Inquiry-based Learning

Primary Years

The Primary Years are divided into Lower Primary (Prep-Year 4) and Upper Primary (Year 5-6). Our students follow the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme, where critical thinking is a core focus. We value the development of the whole child and offer cocurricular initiatives to complement this.
Tour Primary Years
A Focus on Character Strengths

Junior High

Junior High is a safe and supportive environment for students entering the transitional years between Primary and Senior School—Years 7-9. We cultivate confidence and learning takes place inside and outside the classroom. To find out more, click through to view our Junior High Online Open Day video.
Tour Junior High
Multiple pathways to build futures

Senior School

The subject choices and pathways available to our Senior School students (Years 10-12) are extensive—in fact, few schools in Queensland offer the range on offer at St Peters. We provide a broad and balance education, complete with Career Guidance & Counselling, Pastoral Care, cocurricular opportunities and extra-curricular clubs, groups and societies.
Tour Senior School
Multiple Pathways & Curriculum Options

Academic Programs

St Peters students can select multiple academic pathways in their Senior School years. This allows them to focus on their individual strengths and start to build strong futures as they approach the end of their secondary school journey. We offer a uniquely large selection of subject choices across the QCAA, VET and International Baccalaureate curriculum.
Tour Academic Programs
Outdoor Education in Year 9

Ironbark

Ironbark is our College's iconic outdoor education program. In Year 9, students spend five weeks living at our Ironbark Centre, near Crows Nest in Queensland. During their stay, students complete outdoor challenges, maintain the farm and experience community living. Teamwork and personal growth are at the heart of this rite of passage experience.
Tour Ironbark
Choral, strings, band ensembles & more

Music

St Peters proudly boasts one of the nation’s leading school Music programs. Our College offers an active ensemble program. St Peters Music students can perform in the state-of-the-art Performing Arts Centre, iconic locations around the world and alongside famous musicians who frequently visit our campus.
Tour Music
Over 25 sports to choose from

Sport

Our students compete in the Southern Lutheran Associated Primary Schools (SLAPS), the Queensland Girls Secondary Schools Sport Association (QGSSSA) and the Associated Independent Colleges (AIC) competitions. They have access to world-class facilities and nationally recognised clubs, including St Peters Western Swim Club.
Tour Sport