These schools are partly funded by the Commonwealth and State Governments, and usually require payment of school fees to attend. There are two main types of non-state school:
This guide focuses on state schooling, but some information is relevant to non-state schools as well. Independent and Catholic schools also provide a range of programs and services to cater for students with disability, although these vary in their design.
For more detailed information about non-state schooling, you can contact a particular school. Alternatively, you can contact the two organisations that represent non-state schools in Queensland:
This page was last reviewed on 05 May 2017 at 01:39PM