Sheldon College is a private day school located in Sheldon in Redland City, Queensland. The school admits students from 15 months of age through to Year 12. The College campus is located on 56 acres in a semi-rural setting in Taylor Road, Sheldon. The College was established in 1997 and is committed to providing a quality education for all students in a safe, secure learning environment. The college is independent, co-educational and non-denominational.
Sheldon College boasts state-of-the-art classrooms, the latest technology infrastructure, Science laboratories, business entrepreneurial suites, modern library and resource centres for both junior and senior students, a major sporting stadium with championship courts, a heated swimming pool, film, television and media studios and accompanying suites, performing arts and music facilities, sound recording studios, visual art studios with accompanying sculpture courtyard, computer-aided and graphic art design studios, commercial training kitchens and an Event Centre.
Sheldon College offers a vast range of sporting, arts, academic enrichment, technological, personal development and community service programs. This ensures students have many opportunities to develop self-esteem, teamwork and high order thinking skills.
Sheldon College promotes a positive Pastoral Care Program for all students from Kindergarten to Year 12. Through a focus on student and staff wellbeing, the college is able to create a community who are able to thrive and achieve great success.
Students benefit greatly by offering service to others, both locally and globally. Students at Sheldon College have the opportunity to contribute to a range of local, national and international charities and contribute positively to the local and global communities within which they live.
Academic Scholarships are awarded on the basis of student performance on the Scholarship Examination, as well as an interview held with the Principal. The Scholarship Examination is produced by ACER Assessment Services and is designed specifically to discriminate among students at the top end of the ability range.