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Forest Lake College
Crest of Forest Lake College
Established 1998
Type Independent, Co-educational
Affiliation Anglican Schools Office
Uniting Church in Australia
Chaplain Rev. Tony Schmuck (Uniting Church)
Head of College Suzanne Bain
Grades Prep – 12
Location Forest Lake, QLD, Australia
Campus Urban (Forest Lake)
Colours Red and Navy Blue (and White)
Newspaper Ripples
Deputy Head of College Neil Flottman
Head of Primary Pam Hall

Forest Lake College (FLC) classes from Prep to Year Six are conducted at the campus in Alpine Place, Forest Lake, Queensland. This campus operates in partnership with Education Queensland.

About a kilometre away is the purpose-built campus in College Avenue, which accommodates students from Years Seven to Twelve. This campus was officially opened in 1998. As at Alpine Place, this campus operates in partnership with Education Queensland. A $4.25 million state of the art Resource Centre was built in partnership with the Forest Lake State High School.



Forest Lake College was established in 1994 with 666 students. The College's enrolment has since expanded to 2,500 students.

It was originally a joint initiative of the Anglican Church of Australia and the Uniting Church in Australia and until 2009 was operated by EDUCANG Limited along with Mary McConnel School, The FLC International Centre, The Lakes College and The Springfield College.

In October 2009, sole ownership of Forest Lake College (FLC) and The Springfield College (TSC) was assumed by the Anglican Diocese of Brisbane and a new board was appointed to EDUCANG Limited.


Forest Lake College's curriculum includes individualized training in the academic, cultural, social, spiritual and physical domains. Forest Lake College's academic curriculum offers a range of science, humanities and vocational subjects.

Forest Lake College believes there are three discrete stages of a child's education:-

  1. the foundation studies of early childhood,
  2. the middle years of development and growth, and
  3. the final years of preparation for adult life.

The College structure reflects these stages of individual development, rather than the traditional Primary and Secondary Schooling distinction.[1]


Mandarin Chinese

Mandarin Chinese is the College's official Language Other Than English (LOTE) and is taught in all classes from Prep (pre-school) through to Year Eight and may be undertaken as an elective subject from Year Nine through to Year Twelve.


All Forest Lake College students from Prep (pre-school) onwards learn to play an orchestral musical instrument. As part of the core curriculum, all students receive instruction from String, Brass, Percussion or Woodwind specialist music teachers during classroom time.

Other Activities

The College offers activities in cultural areas, as well as recreational and leisure activities such as public speaking, computer clubs and chess clubs. Students take part in debating competitions with other schools, fielding teams in the Queensland Debating Union schools' competition.


The Associated Schools Sports

The Forest Lake College sporting program is centred around membership of The Associated Schools (TAS) for students in Years 8-12, and Junior TAS Competition (JTAS) for students in Years 4-7.

Apart from the core sports of Swimming, Cross-country and Athletics, all TAS sport is played on Saturdays over 3 trimesters. Each trimester is approximately nine weeks.

Boys Girls Carnival
Trimester 1 Cricket
Trimester 2 Rugby
Cross Country
Trimester 3 Basketball
Volleyball Athletics


Notable Alumni

See also

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