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Discussion in 'Schools & Education' started by elise.o, Jun 2, 2010.

  1. elise.o

    elise.o New Member

    Hi, we might be moving to Brisbane/Adelaide next summer. Does anyone recommend any high schools in Brisbane (in any suburb)?
    Thanks, Elise :)

  2. cal

    cal Super Moderator

    Hi Elise
    There are loads of good high schools in and around Brisbane,both private and state. You will probably find your not the only English girl there either,lol. Maybe when your family have decided on an exact area we can narrow down some choices for you.

    Cal x
  3. elise.o

    elise.o New Member

    ^ ok , thank you for replying, i will post on here once i know what areas :)
  4. elise.o

    elise.o New Member

    oh and this is random but do you know if there is air conditioning in the schools there?! :tongue:
  5. cal

    cal Super Moderator

    Again it all depends on the school, some schools do, some just have ceiling fans with the odd room air cond. Hope this helps
    Cal x
  6. elise.o

    elise.o New Member

    okay. thank you :)
  7. bacardi167

    bacardi167 New Member

    My sons are at East brisbane state school. The haven't got air con in the classrooms but they have got an olympic sized swimming pool which the use 3 time a week !!
  8. elise.o

    elise.o New Member

    ^ thanks for your help! :)
  9. elise.o

    elise.o New Member

    Hi, haven't been on here in a while but we're moving in July and will be staying in rented accomodation in Kenmore for a month! We've been thinking about Kenmore State High School, do you know anything about it, good or bad?! :L
  10. rosaleen01

    rosaleen01 Guest

    Hi All, moving to brisbane in September and hoping to get our three girls into school for the last term commencing 3rd Oct. Is this practical with schools.. hoped to get the three girls into the St Mary Immaculate school. They can accommodate our 8 and 12 year old but not our youngest in prep class. the youngest finished prep school in Ireland last week so would be due to go into the next grade - she wont be six until november. Anybody have any suggestions. The Mary Immaculate was our first choice as the High school is in the same complex and it would have been great to have them all together... Our other girls are aged 8 and 12 (12 yr old will be 13 in January 2012 and has just finisher her 8 years of primary school in Ireland on the 22nd June last..
  11. Cerberus1

    Cerberus1 Administrator Staff Member

    It shouldn't be a problem, we've done it twice without any problems. When we first moved to Oz (Melbourne) our boys started school around the end of October (around 6 weeks of term left I think), then when we moved to Cairns last year, they started a new school in December with about 2/3 weeks of the school year left.

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