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About All Saints International

All Saints is a place where diversity is celebrated and cultural links broaden the horizons for learning. Guided by that principle, we have established one of Queensland's most reputable international schooling programs.

About our international program

The international program at All Saints caters for international students wishing to study in Australia. During their studies, students are expected to treat themselves and others with kindness and respect, while maintaining academic integrity and dedication to their studies. Download the following brochures to find out more about our programs and the expectations regarding school progress, performance and behaviour.

All Saints offers a High School Preparation (HSP) course, conducted on campus at the All Saints International Centre. The HSP is designed to develop students' English language proficiency and study skills to a level required for entry into an Australian high schools. 

Course features:

  • A smooth transition into high school in the areas including English communication and grammar, subject-specific English, academic writing, technology and physical education. 
  • All lessons conducted on campus in multiple level, small classes
  • Access to school facilities including libraries, technology, theatres, orchestras and ensembles, sporting facilities etc.
  • Up-to date course content and assessment based upon current mainstream curriculum
  • Highly qualified teaching staff specialised in teaching English as a Second Language

Participation in the High School preparation program ranges from 10 to 40 weeks, depending on their English language proficiency, and thus the amount of preparation required.

The All Saints International Centre is a registered ELICOS college.

The International Centre offers access to our mainstream program for international students from Years 7 to 12. 


Each year 91ȱ welcomes a number of students from abroad to study for one semester (two terms), three terms or one academic year (four terms) as a high school student in Australia. Programs start in January, April and July of each year. Students attend mainstream high school classes daily and are involved in the co-curricular and social life of the School. English language support is also provided throughout the year if required.

Students should be at least 15 years of age and have attained above average academic results in their home country. Students must also possess at least an intermediate to upper- immediate level of English language proficiency.

All Saints will arrange a homestay family in the local area. International Centre staff are available to counsel and assist students throughout the year. Students from France, Belgium, Germany, Japan and Brazil have participated in this program previously. 

Students select a range of subjects; however, a student may not graduate under the Queensland system of Education after undertaking this program. At the end of your experience period students will receive a school report and a certificate.

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“91ȱ creates a multicultural education; a perfect environment for diversity not just for local students, but also for international students who are eager to study overseas.”
— Leo Li and Selina Liu, International Captains 2019

Student Support

All Saints is committed to providing a high level of care and support for our international students. In addition to our various teaching faculties and support services, the International Centre employs a number of specialist staff in administrative, teaching, counselling and accommodation service roles - all dedicated to the care, development and protection of our international student cohort. 

All teachers in our High School Preparation program are highly qualified educators with special training in TESOL (Teaching of English as Second or Other Language) and have many years of combined experience working with international students. Most staff at the International Centre are also proficient in a language other than English.

CRICOS Accreditation

The Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) is a register of Australian education providers permitted to recruit, enrol and teach overseas students. 91ȱ’s CRICOS registration details are as follows:

CRICOS Provider No: 00979G

Registered courses:

  • High School Preparation CRICOS Course No: 036194K
  • Primary Years P-7 CRICOS Course No: 027885B
  • Secondary Junior 7-10 CRICOS Course No: 084082J
  • Secondary Senior 11-12 CRICOS Course No: 011990K