Founded in 1901, The Southport School is an Anglican day and boarding school on the Gold Coast from Prep Year to Year 12 with boarding available from Year 5. The school is one of the leading and finest schools within Australia. TSS is a member of the Great Public Schools’ Association (GPS) and it is the only boys’ school and boys’ boarding school on the Gold Coast.
Renowned for our strong academics and balanced and holistic approach to boys’ education, we recognise that boys think and learn differently from girls. Cutting-edge educational practices include Leadership Development, Emotional Intelligence and Thinking Skills. We also provide integrated programs of co-curricular and academic, with a low student-to-staff ratio. Students also participate in an extensive leadership development program within the School.
TSS offers a comprehensive academic program designed to prepare students for university and other tertiary studies. Whilst the School has a history dating back over 106 years, the progressive approach to boys' education enables them to prepare for life after School.
International students have been a welcome addition to the TSS community for over 50 years. There are approximately 1325 students enrolled at TSS and 279 of these are residential boarders.
Whilst providing the advantages of a new English speaking culture for international students, our local and country students are also able to interact and learn from a diversity of cultures. This arrangement provides an invaluable experience for both International and Australian students.
Further details can be obtained from the Admissions Office on:
Phone: +61 1300 877
Fax: + 61 7 5591 2124
CRICOS Provider No. 00523F "The Corporation of the Synod of the Diocese of Brisbane trading as The Southport School"
Important internet sites for Overseas Students:
Studying in Australia: http://studyinaustralia.gov.au
AQIS Information for International Students: http://www.aqis.gov.au
Study Gold Coast: http://www.studygoldcoast.org.au
Last updated April 12, 2010 - 14:41.