Emmaus College, Jimboomba QLD







Established: 2002

Principal: Jane Egan

Address: 48 East Street, Jimboomba 4280


Key Information


95 Teaching

52 Non Teaching


$5,400 (Year 7)

$5,445 (Year 12)

QCE Subjects





VET Available

About our school

What are the three most important attributes of Emmaus College? Visionary, nurturing and engaging. 

The school’s Vision Statement, “Excellence in learning within a contemporary Christian community”, helps create a strong ethic of care and respect, traits that are highly visible throughout the school. We have teachers who are looking forward, preparing children for a more flexible, globalised world. We aim to develop students who are thoughtful and optimistic, having confidence in who they are and where they would like to be in the future.

Another vital attribute of Emmaus is nurturing. With thoughtful guidance, students participate in pastoral care programs that teach the importance of reflection, mutual respect and self-discipline. Students know that they are cared for, and in turn, understand how to care for others.

Teachers place special emphasis on nurturing the social, emotional, and spiritual aspects of development. The third attribute of Emmaus is engagement.

The professional partnership between teachers, families and students motivates learners to do the best they can – both in their academic achievement and co-curricular activities. Connections within and beyond the school provide the basis for delivering high quality education that is responsive to the needs of our young people in today’s world.

Principal's Message

Dear Parents and Caregivers

Welcome to Emmaus College. It is our aim to provide a learning environment that nurtures young people’s gifts and abilities and enables them to reach their potential. Our students experience an innovative and dynamic learning environment that provides them with the academic and personal skills to flourish in the 21st century. Staff members have created an environment which maximises learning outcomes and caters for diversity. Every person matters, and it is important that every student is heard and is inspired to be the best they can be.

Our vision for learning: “Excellence in learning within a contemporary Christian community’.

This encompasses all aspects of life, the intellectual, spiritual, physical, social, emotional, ethical, and cultural dimensions where education is consciously structured to develop the whole person in a caring, family-oriented community. As partners in education, we will continue to journey with our families as we walk together, so that we may be able to achieve our vision.

At Emmaus College, we believe that enjoyment of learning and our students’ wellbeing must lie at the heart of our endeavours, prioritising an extensive pastoral care program supporting the young people in our care. Our students develop a spirit of independence and self confidence that will allow them to thrive in a rapidly changing world.

Our students will encounter many challenges, choices, and opportunities, so that they can grow their abilities and passions in life. Emmaus College enjoys an excellent reputation for its diverse and engaging co-curricular program that forms a significant element of the rich fabric within our college community.

At Emmaus College, your child will enjoy a vibrant contemporary culture and join a family where our inclusive community creates a strong sense of belonging. Our motto “Walking with Christ” is central to the lived experience of our students. This ambition is hope-filled and life-giving. With our dedicated staff, parents, and community’s support, our students grow into young adults of integrity. These are qualities that will see them go out into the world and make a significant contribution towards society.

​I trust that our partnership will be of benefit to your child, and we look forward to meeting and working with you to develop a truly Christian environment here at Emmaus College.

Yours sincerely


College Principal

Quick Facts

  • Agriculture Show Team
  • Arts Showcase Evening
  • Biannual Musical
  • Concert Band and Ensembles
  • Equestrian Team
  •  Instrumental Music lessons
  • Junior Years Choir
  •  Rugby League Skills Development Program
  • Student Council
  • St Vincent de Paul Sleepout

More from the school


  • Air-conditioned classrooms and facilities
  • Multi-purpose courts including tennis, netball, basketball etc
  • Cricket nets
  • Agriculture centre for wine production, food production including veggie patches and chook pens, cattle yards
  • Two ovals
  • Art, drama, science and technology speciality classrooms
  • Café and restaurant for Hospitality
  • Gymnasium
  • Performance hall
  • Wheel accessible grounds

2021 NAPLAN Results

Year Reading Writing Spelling Grammar Numeracy
Year 3 450 454 422 418 399
Year 5 513 484 503 510 494
Year 7 535 504 537 529 544
Year 9 568 538 566 560 579

This table above shows the average student results for the year 2021. Data sourced from: https://www.myschool.edu.au

2022 NAPLAN Results

Year Reading Writing Spelling Grammar Numeracy
Year 3 440 442 414 434 401
Year 5 510 491 503 505 487
Year 7 533 524 535 513 530
Year 9 572 548 566 565 571

This table above shows the average student results for the year 2022. Data sourced from: https://www.myschool.edu.au


University enrolled: 32%
TAFE/VET enrolled 26%
Employment 32%

Campus Locations

Main Campus

48 East Street, Jimboomba, 4280

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