This document has been prepared by the College Principal in accordance with Commonwealth and State government requirements for educational settings.
Trinity College Beenleigh 2016.pdf
Trinity College is a Catholic, co-educational College, educating 985 boys and girls from Years 7 to 12, this being the first year whereby Year 7 students entered the secondary setting. Students enroll from a wide variety of demographic areas, including the fast developing Gold Coast corridor area surrounding Ormeau, Beaudesert, Beenleigh and surrounding areas in and around Logan City.
Trinity College is administered by Brisbane Catholic Education and is a member of Marist School Australia. In our 34th year of operation, our school community encourages the participation in a shared faith, Catholic identity, high quality education, contemporary curriculum, within an environment of excellent pastoral care. The staff at Trinity College are supported extensively in the areas of spiritual development, professional learning and pastoral nurturing within a Catholic context.
This page presents a summary of results of the annual Next Step survey for Trinity College Beenleigh. The Next Step survey, undertaken by the Queensland Government, targets all students who completed Year 12 and gained a Senior Statement in 2016, whether they attended a government, Catholic or independent school, or a TAFE secondary college. The Queensland Government Statistician’s Office conducted the survey between March and June 2016, approximately six months after the young people left school. Responses were collected online and via computer-assisted telephone interviewing.
Statewide and regional reports from the Next Step survey will be available on the Next Step website in September 2017 at www.education.qld.gov.au/nextstep.