Located in the heart of Brisbane's inner-city Kelvin Grove Urban Village, the Queensland Academies Creative Industries Campus (QACI) is a selective-entry state high school for highly capable students in Years 10 to 12.
Established in 2007, QACI exclusively offers the rigorous International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme; an internationally recognised pre-university level qualification, enabling learners to work toward achievements based on merit in a non-competitive environment.
Students seek a rich and integrated academic curriculum and collaborative learning experiences. Through the IB Diploma curriculum, students flourish in a culture that fosters creative and critical thinking, innovation and enterprise.
Co-located with the Queensland University of Technology (QUT), QACI learners develop university research skills and gain opportunities for real life industry experience and involvement across all industry sectors. Students enjoy the surrounding university environment with benefits such as access to QUT's library resources to extend their higher-level learning.
• QUT Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation (IHBI)
• Creative Generation State Schools Onstage (CGEN)
• Language competitions
• Youth Dance Project
• Myriad High
• Model United Nations
• District sports
• International study trips.
Our school spans seven levels of a purpose-built building in the centre of the Kelvin Grove Urban Village and QUT precinct. Our facilities include:
• Gallery 61
• Dance studio
• The Blue Goose café (refectory)
• Open-plan library with flexible learning spaces
• 350 seat theatre and two individual theatre studios
• Fully equipped science labs with research space and preparation lab
• Design technology prototype lab equipped with industry grade machinery and resources
• Specialised visual art and media rooms including a high-end film and broadcasting studio, music recording studio and double-height visual art gallery.
Our language classes include Spanish, French and Mandarin. Alternatively, students may apply to study one of the International Baccalaureate’s range of 55 languages (studied independently through Distance Education). Examples of previously studied languages include Korean, Japanese, Chinese, German and Russian.