Located in the heart of the Gold Coast, Somerset College is one of Australia's leading independent Primary and Secondary education providers.
We are committed to developing engaged global citizens, aspiring to excellence, demonstrating integrity and valuing difference.
To succeed, a child needs a great foundation. At Somerset College, we give students that foundation and set them on a path to achieving their best. We offer programmes from Pre-Prep to Year 12 and invite you to be part of the Somerset experience.
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Somerset's Open Day a Success
By John Bacon, Dean of Admissions
More than 50 families attended the College’s final Open Day for 2017, held this week. As groups arrived they were greeted and taken on tours with students highlighting the Somerset Experience. We had families from Germany, Mauritius and California visit for the morning.
Fantastic Future Earth Scientists Succeed
By Lilah Thurbon, Year 7 Student
This week three teams of Year 7 Science enthusiasts ventured into the Queensland Academy for Health Sciences, Southport, to compete in the Griffith University Gold Coast Science Trivia Challenge against 56 schools from all over the Gold Coast. The teams of four answered 48 questions in relation to STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
By Joyce Louie, Year 11 Student
If you have walked past the Student Services Hub, you may have noticed the new colourful additions hanging off the second floor of the Gallus building. These vibrant new banners were created by a group of Year 7 to 12 students during Somerset College's first World Vision Backpack Sleepover Challenge.
Junior School Students Shine at the Gold Coast Speech Contest
By Danielle Swainson, Junior School Italian Teacher
On Sunday 13 August, the Junior School languages students showcased their speaking skills as they competed at the Modern Languages Teachers’ Association Gold Coast Speech Contest. The contest was held at Griffith University where there were more than 1000 competitors in the languages of French, German, Italian, Spanish, Chinese and Japanese.