International Student Program


Our school has been foremost in developing and delivering an excellent International Student Graduate Program (ISP) which is recognised as a leader in this state. 

​The International Student Program at Indooroopilly State High School consists of the High School Preparation Program for International Students and Secondary Schooling for International Students studying in Australia on visa subclass 500 (schools sector).

We have a long tradition of welcoming students from overseas nations and are proud of our many students who have gone on to universities in Queensland, other Australian states and overseas and graduated with distinction. 

Indooroopilly State High School offers a very supportive, multicultural environment in which our international students are invited to make a cultural contribution. Many Australian families choose to enrol their children at our school because of the presence of so many students from other cultures. 

If you would like to enrol your student at Indooroopilly State High School you will need to contact EQI in the first instance. For International Student Program enrolment enquiries please contact Education Queensland International (EQI). To submit an enrolment application to EQI please visit

Graduate students integrate into our mainstream secondary school. They undertake a course of study which is approved by the Queensland Studies Authority or may choose to study the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. An extensive support service is made available to our students so that they graduate and follow a future pathway of their choosing.


Troy Gorman – Head of Department Student Services

Email: or visit Education Queensland International (EQI).


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EQI Holiday Adventure Programs

The Holiday Adventure Programs provide Education Queensland International enrolled students the opportunity to travel across Australia.

For more details and costs of the EQI Holiday Adventure Programs please visit

Travel and Activities Form

All students residing in school arranged or school approved family nominated homestays are required to submit a Travel and Activities Form for any overnight stays away from the homestay address. This includes any non-routine travel with your homestay provider.

To access the Education Queensland International Travel and Activities Form please visit

International Student Orientation

Education Queensland International (EQI) enrolled International Student Program (ISP) and High School Preparation (HSP) students commencing at Indooroopilly State High School are required to attend an International Student Orientation Program prior to their commencement at school. For more information please contact

Indooroopilly State High School Policies

The following school policies can be found here.

  • Assessment Policy

  • Attendance Policy

  • Dress Policy – Dress Standards

  • Fees and Refund Policy

  • Personal Devices – Mobile Devices

Education Queensland International (EQI) Policies and Procedures

Further information on Education Queensland International (EQI) policies and procedures can be found here.

Information includes polices and procedures related to:

  • Accommodation and welfare

  • Attendance

  • Behaviour management

  • Client service standards

  • Complaints and appeals

  • Course progress

  • DEi customer complaints management procedure for DEi students and customers

  • Deferral, suspension and cancellation of enrolment

  • Distance education

  • Enrolment

  • EQI incident management procedure

  • Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act

  • Refund policy

  • Student arrival and orientation

  • Transfers

  • Travel

  • Variation to enrolment


Aviation is a subject for students who are looking forward to either a career in aviation or flying for pleasure. During Years 10, 11 and 12, students are able to enrol in Aviation as an additional non-ATAR subject. Students go to a flying school at the Archerfield Airport each week during the year. Initially students work towards performing their first solo and must be 15 years of age to do so. Students work towards a Recreational Pilot Licence (RPL) and then, after successfully completing navigation flights, gain a Private Pilot Licence. Students will be required to pay their chosen flying school each week for their lesson. This is a pay-as-you-go arrangement with the hire rate of an aircraft and instructor plus landing fees, meaning that each flying week costs between $300 and $400 (Total cost approx. $22 000). The theory, comprising Flight Radio Operator’s Licence (FROL), Basic Aeronautical Knowledge (BAK) and Private Pilot Licence Theory (PPL), is studied during Wednesday A and study at home. Topics include: aircraft familiarisation, aviation terminology, communications, aircraft general knowledge and control, rules and procedures of flight, theory of flight, meteorology and navigation.

For more details, download the Aviation Brochure here.


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Last reviewed 17 February 2021
Last updated 17 February 2021