School uniforms are available from the Uniform Store at the Reedy Creek campus. Orders for Pimpama students will be delivered from the Uniform shop to Pimpama reception.
Uniform shop trading hours are outlined on the 'Parent Information' section of the Compass communications portal.
New and secondhand uniforms can be purchased online through Sustainable School Shop.
Typically, new uniforms purchased on-line can be picked up at your nominated campus (Reedy Creek, Pimpama or Logan Village) within 3 days of ordering.
A secondhand uniform stock list is available within the Sustainable School Shop website.
We understand that a healthy diet is important for growing bodies and minds. Our lunch menus provide an emphasis on fresh and healthy food with plenty of
|Logan Village Campus|
|Canteen orders are provided by the Bakery Anzac. Parents may place orders via the MunchMonitor website up to four weeks in advance and up to 8:00am on the day of the order. There are no facilities for students to purchase items at school.|
Lunch will be delivered directly to the classroom in first break.
Registering and ordering information
|The school canteen operates the cafe in the campus Community Centre. Parents may place orders online via the MunchMonitor website and lunch will be delivered directly to the classroom.|
Year 3-6 students may purchase snacks from the cafe during their play break.
Parents are welcome to visit the cafe between 8am and 3pm to order coffee and cake.The cafe is also open on Friday nights till 5pm and before and after church on Sunday.
Registering and ordering information
|Reedy Creek Campus|
|The Reedy Creek campus canteen operates during school breaks in term time only. The menu changes throughout the year and often includes daily 'specials' made on site.|
Orders may be made online through flexischools.com.au.
Breakfast available from 8:10am
Register and order with Flexischools
Outside School Hours Care
Outside School Hours Care programs (before and after school) and Vacation Care are available at both our Pimpama and Reedy Creek campuses.Find out more
There are a multitude of career pathways available to King's students.
For university entrance, as well as the OP path, there are additional options such as studying a university subject for a semester, early acceptance, or studying a certificate course to guarantee a minimum OP.
Alternative pathways may include school-based traineeships or apprenticeships. Our Trade Training Centre will be the right option for some. Our Career Pathways Coordinator will help guide students in their choices.
Our careers website provides a comprehensive guide.King's College Careers website
King's has a dedicated clinic and full-time nurse. All King's academic and non-teaching staff hold current First Aid and CPR certification.
King's operates a 1:1 device program for all students in Years 5 to 12. Year 5 to 8 students are each loaned an iPad while Year 9 to 12 students are allocated individual MacBook Airs for Senior School. Technical support is available via a dedicated IT help desk, situated in the College library.
King's Innovation Portal helps students and parents use technology to enhance learning.
The cost of textbooks required for High School is covered by a combination of Government subsidy and consumable fees which are listed in the fee schedule. Students collect their textbooks from the Student Services department of the College on a loan basis. Student Services is open during normal school hours.
King's offers High School students free group tutoring during lunch hours and after school, four days a week. Heads of Department are available to help students with Maths, English, Science, Business, Performing Arts and English as a Second Language (ESL). Supervised study and general help with homework and assignments is available in the library after school until 5pm.