Our corporate members
The Alliance Française de Toowoomba offers corporate membership to schools, business and organisations. Corporate membership enables your
staff, employees and students to be involved in an organisation that has been part of the fabric of the Toowoomba and Darling Down region
for over 60 years.
Our College motto – ‘Ardens sed Virens’ – (burning yet flourishing) encapsulates the spirited heart of our College: spirit
drawn from our Christian foundations. We are proudly a College of the Presbyterian Church in Queensland, an all-girls’ K – 12 day
and boarding school with a co-educational kindergarten that seeks excellence for each and every student.
Perched on the edge of the Toowoomba escarpment, you just have to step into our beautiful grounds, and you know that Fairholme is
not an ordinary school. It’s a school that celebrates its pursuit of excellence in academic, cultural and sporting fields whilst maintaining
a clear commitment to active service – giving back at a local and international level.
Our school-leavers are invariably hopeful, determined young women who expect to do well in whatever field of study, or vocation that they
choose. They understand perseverance, tenacity, and persistence and that choosing the hard over the easy often reaps the greatest
rewards. Ultimately, they carry the legacy of all who have climbed the homestead stairs before them, and they remain inextricably linked
to all with whom they have journeyed during their time at Fairholme.
Toowoomba Grammar School
The vision of Toowoomba Grammar School is to provide a “quality education designed for boys”. But it is much more than this. We seek
to offer an education that will enable our boys and young men to develop life-long values and qualities that will set them apart from
others. Behavioural traits of our young men and Old Boys should include consistent demonstration of integrity, honesty, resilience,
compassion, friendliness, kindness, empathy, a sense of humour, humility, a solid work ethic, an interest in life-long learning and the
desire to improve the welfare of others, particularly the disadvantaged in society.
There are a number of key elements contributing to the attainment of this vision. Clear guidelines of appropriate behaviour for our
students are required together with a recognition of the value of the highest of expectations of behaviour and student involvement.
Friendly, respectful and supportive relationships between the boys and one another, and between the teachers and the students, are