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With our academic focus and desire to achieve, we have maintained recognition as one of Queensland’s prominent schools.

Innovative teaching methods, delivered by inspired and experienced academics.

We understand and recognise the differences, the similarities, and the strengths which each girl and boy has. We guide them and teach them to explore, to strive for success, and to take on their dreams with confidence and compassion so they may go out into the community as leaders.

Success.
One in four
students from
the Graduating
Class of 2015
received an
OP1, OP2 or OP3.

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MOCCHA Club creates another extravaganza

18 August 2016

There has been no rest since OC’s volunteer craft group finished the Carnival’s OC House of Horrors. The ladies have been busily working this term on the sets and costumes for the upcoming Junior Drama Production - The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe.

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Poppies knitted by hundreds of volunteers displayed at Pozieres, a small village in Northern France

05 August 2016

The poppies knitted by the Ormiston College community were proudly presented to the Mayor of Pozieres, Mr Bernard Delattre.

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Year 5 Camp

16 August 2016

The Year 5 group attended Maranatha Education and Recreation Camp at Yandina from Monday 1 August to Wednesday 3 August.

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Celebrating the joy of reading - Pizza and Paperback Night

26 August 2016

Book Week always is always a welcomed opportunity in the Junior School to promote the fun and enjoyment of reading and to celebrate the exciting world of children’s literature. A colourful, creative Book Week Parade took on many famous and magical characters, all selected from stories that children have read and reread over many years.

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Ormiston College Choir at Service for Vietman Veterans

22 August 2016

​On 18 August, a small group of students from the Ormiston College Chamber Singers Choir attended the Vietnam Veterans Service at the Hemmant Cemetery. The official ceremony was compered by Allen Callaghan, the National Media Officer for the National Servicemen’s Association of Australia (NSAA), which included an address by the Lord Mayor of Brisbane, Graham Quirk.

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MOCCHA Club creates another extravaganza

18 August 2016

There has been no rest since OC’s volunteer craft group finished the Carnival’s OC House of Horrors. The ladies have been busily working this term on the sets and costumes for the upcoming Junior Drama Production - The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe.

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