Welcome to Trinity Anglican School (TAS), a modern school enabling the dreams of students from Prep to Year 12, located in Cairns, Australia. In an increasingly globalised world, international students at TAS are encouraged to respect and learn from each other as well as develop an acceptance of other cultures.
TAS provides an engaging, safe and disciplined academic learning environment and has developed a reputation as the leading Prep to Year 12 school in the region. Graduating students consistently achieve outstanding results and regularly gain admittance to courses of choice at leading Universities both in Australia and overseas.
A TAS education develops leadership qualities, confidence, self- expression and team spirit through cultural, sporting, outdoor education and creative activities. Students are expected to strive for excellence at all times. They are actively encouraged and supported to work hard in all areas of their school life to unlock and realise their potential. With over 30 years’ experience with international students, TAS prides itself on offering a welcoming, safe and nurturing environment for overseas guests.
Each year TAS welcomes International students on short and long- term exchange programs that help to form International friendships including:
TAS Tourist Visa Program – The TAS Tourist Visa Program offers Short Stay, Extended and Study Tours for international students who wish to experience and learn about Tropical North Queensland’s culture, establish international friendships and improve their English language skills.
Extended Visiting Students – Students studying for a minimum of six weeks to a maximum of three months, have the opportunity to be immersed in the uniqueness of school life at TAS, to improve their English, make lasting friends, and experience the true Australian culture.
Short Stay Students – (Individuals visiting for up to 6 weeks) – Sometimes students want to get a taste of school life in another country while they travel on their own or with their family. This program offers that taste in a supported environment.
Study Tour – (Group bookings up to 100 people) This is an opportunity to come to school in a group and experience a combination of study and fun. While here, students will see the amazing reef and rainforest in the region.
TAS Student Visa Program – The TAS student Visa Program encourages students to strive for educational excellence with the aim to maximise their Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR). This result is used to allow entrance into tertiary institutions both in Australian and overseas. TAS offers the program to fully enrolled individual Junior and Senior School students attending TAS on a student visa. TAS requires evidence that the applicant’s academic ability and English proficiency is sufficient to successfully meet the entry and curriculum demands of the intended course, as a requirement under the 2018 National Code of Practice, Part B Standard 2. TAS accepts enrolments from International students in the following CRICOS registered courses:
Primary School Studies P to 6 (CRICOS Course No 085320C): Junior students are introduced to a core curriculum offering English, Mathematics, Sciences and Social Studies. Highly trained specialist teachers guide students in Visual Art, Music, Health and Physical Education and Language subjects. The Primary School Course is offered at both the White Rock and Kewarra Beach Campuses.
Junior Secondary Studies 7 to 10 (CRICOS Course No 085321B): Areas of study on offer cater for the academic needs and interests of all students and include English, Mathematics, the Sciences, the Humanities, the Arts, Languages, and Technologies.
Senior Secondary Studies 11 to 12 (CRICOS Course No 085322A): At this stage of their schooling students are well equipped and supported to choose subjects that suit their skills and abilities as well as complementing their future goals. Students are encouraged to seek further study at universities or colleges. All students are to study towards attaining a QCE (Queensland Certificate of Education) and for those wanting to attend a University an ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank) is required.
Living and studying overseas places has many demands on international students. TAS understands this and provides a friendly environment and 24 – hour care and support for all its international students. The professional and dedicated staff in the TAS International Department assist students and families with this transition.
- Pre – enrolment support
- Airport pickups / transfers
- Orientation processes
- Family homestay
- 24/7 emergency contact
- English as a Second Language classes
- Academic counselling
- Personal counselling
Term One- Wednesday 27th January- Thursday 1st April
Term Two- Tuesday 20th April- Friday 25th June
Term Three- Tuesday 13th July – Friday 17th September
Term Four- Tuesday 5th October – Friday 26th November (19 November – Year 12 Concludes).
Enrolment- Long Term
We have made it easier than ever to apply, start your application today and complete at your own pace.
Each year TAS welcomes international students on short and long term exchange programs at both campuses where students undertake a stimulating and challenging curriculum based on the Australian Curriculum and the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) syllabus.
TAS’ International fees can be accessed using the link below.
Need more information?
Department of Home Affairs –(Immigration and Citizenship)– https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/
Australian laws protect international students – Australian Government factsheet on Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS)
Download the agents’ list List of Education Agents
Alumni/ Enrolments enquiries:
Phone: 07 40368111
TAS International Education Policies
Accommodation and Welfare Policy
Complaints and Appeals Policy
Course Progress and Attendance Policy
Deferment, Suspension and Cancellation Policy
Entry Requirements Policy
Student Transfer Policy