Situated in the beautiful city of Toowoomba on the Great Dividing Range, Glennie is an easy 1.5 hour drive west of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia. Direct flights to Toowoomba are available from major cities including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Townsville.
Known as the Garden City for its abundance of parks and gardens, Toowoomba’s regional setting offers a friendly and safe community for international students, rich in sporting and cultural opportunities.
The Glennie School is owned by The Corporation of The Synod of The Diocese of Brisbane with the operation of the School vested in the School Council. The Glennie School is registered with CRICOS (00496D) to enrol full fee paying overseas students from Year 7 to Year 12 into our boarding school.
We know there is a lot to learn and manage when growing as a young woman. That is why, at Glennie, we take seriously our responsibility of creating a comfortable, nurturing and private second home for our International boarders, where they feel capable to immerse themselves in all there is on offer inside and outside of school life. The Glennie boarding community is lively, inclusive and cohesive; fostering strong and supportive relationships with each girl and her family. Whether your daughter is an extrovert or a little more reserved, she will be welcomed into the Glennie family and embraced for who she is.
International boarding students are accommodated in our boarding houses. It is a requirement of The Glennie School that international day students stay with a 'nominated guardian' approved by the Department of Home Affairs. Homestay is only offered during school holidays for international boarding students.
* Medical Information: It is important that parents understand The Glennie School needs to have full details of any medical or psychological condition that requires medication or medical supervision, and any learning difficulties or special needs a student may have. Failure to disclose this information at time of enrolment may be grounds for future cancellation of enrolment.
NOTE: Where the above documents are not in English, certified translations in English are required, with necessary costs to be met by the applicant.
IMPORTANT: The Glennie School will assess all applications for course credit for students enrolling in Senior Secondary Studies. The student may receive course credit for units completed based on evidence provided of studies undertaken under the relevant state or territory curriculum assessment authority or nationally accredited framework. The Glennie School assesses and records course credit, according to requirements of the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA).
IMPORTANT: if an agent is involved, they cannot sign documents nor make fee payments on behalf of the student or their parent(s)/legal guardian(s).
Enrolment Application Fee AUD$50.00
A non-refundable fee is payable per student at the time of submitting a formal application. This is part of compulsory non-tuition fees.
Enrolment Confirmation Fee AUD$500.00
A non-refundable confirmation fee is payable per student at confirmation of enrolment. No refund of this fee shall be made by the School should a student fail to utilise a confirmed place. This fee is not dedicated from total tuition fees and is part of compulsory non-tuition fees.
The Glennie School has a number of policies and procedures in place to ensure the safety and privacy of students and staff, as well as to protect the school equipment and facilities. These policies are available for download below:
International Student Entry Requirements Policy
International Student Refund Policy
International Student Deferment, Suspension and Cancellation Policy
International Student Transfer Request Policy
International Student Complaints and Appeals Policy
International Student Accommodation and Welfare Policy
International Student Progress, Attendance and Course Duration Policy
Student Code of Conduct - Middle and Senior Years Policy
Community Code of Conduct
Student Anti-Bullying and Harassment Policy
Online Safety Policy - Students
Student Smart Device Policy
Student Protection in Anglican Schools
As an International student in Australia it is VERY important that you comply with all of the requirements of your student visa. (See the Department of Immigration and Border Protection Website).
The Glennie School has a number of policies in place to ensure that your time spent here is safe and secure, and that you reach your academic potential. These conditions will also be discussed at orientation. Your Visa requirements as an International student are to:
You also have the right to fair and equitable treatment as an International student. Please read the ESOS Framework and the School's International Student Complaints and Appeals Policy.
Overseas Students Ombudsman
Information about the curriculum
Queensland Curriculum & Assessment Authority (QCAA)
ESOS Framework (Australia’s laws promote quality education and consumer protection for international students. These laws are known as the ESOS framework)
Tuition Protection Service (TPS)
AAS Education Consultancy
Kowloon Office Hong Kong
Room 1501 Grand Plaza Office Tower Two
625 Nathan Road
For further information please contact:
The Glennie School
TOOWOOMBA QLD 4350
P: +61 7 4688 8888
The Corporation of the Synod of the Diocese of Brisbane
The Glennie School
CRICOS Provider Code: 00496D