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2015 Downlands College Open Day

Choosing the right school to fit your son or daughter is an important decision for your family.  At Downlands, the average class size ranges from 22 students per class in Years 7-10, down to 15 students per class in Years 11 and 12. Find how your family would fit in the Downlands College family at our action-packed annual Open Day on Sunday 17th May.
Downlands Open Day ProgramMeet current students and teachers and go on personalised tours of the buildings, the grounds and Downlands Rural Centre, a fully functioning farm. A sausage sizzle will also be operating at lunchtime.

Downlands is a Catholic school, owned and conducted by the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart. We are an independent school, not run by the Catholic Education Office; however, we do work closely with our local colleagues and support the Catholic primary schools throughout the diocese. At Downlands, 58% of our students are Catholic, with another 25% from Christian denominations.

Downlands has over 530 day students, mainly from Toowoomba and Highfields, with families travelling from Pittsworth, Oakey, Millmerran, the Lockyer Valley, Dalby, Clifton, Southbrook, Allora, Greenmount, Nobby, Cambooya, Geham, Crows Nest, Goombungee and Withcott. We also have over 200 boarders with many from rural properties throughout Queensland, northern NSW and NT. Boarding students also come from Papua New Guinea and Asia as well as from city areas such as Brisbane and Sydney.

Downlands is “the school of choice” offering a greater choice of subjects than any other school on the Darling Downs  (Subject Choices).
Downlands Open Day
Submitted by
Anna Bartlett
Marketing and Development Manager
Downlands College
72 Ruthven Street / PO Box 250, Toowoomba 4350
Tel 07 4690 9500    Fax 07 4690 9610

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