​​​​Queensland Academies Creative Industries (QACI) is committed to providing a safe, respectful and disciplined learning environment for all students, staff, parents and visitors.

​Academic Integrity Policy

QACI supports and promotes the principles of properly conducted academic research and respect for integrity in all forms of assessment.

​Assessment Policy

The QACI Assessment Policy aligns with specific assessment criteria as stated in the International Baccalaureate Organisation Handbook of Procedures for the Diploma Programme.

​Assessment Application for Extension

If a task is recorded on the OneSchool calendar issued to students and an extension is required, it must be obtained officially through the faculty Head of Department. This includes final draft dates.

​Assessment Declaration of Originality

Students must upload a completed Declaration of Originality with every task to confirm that the work is their own and is the final version. 

​Bring Your Own Device

Technology is an integral part of teaching and learning at QACI to differentiate and personalise our students' education.

​CCTV School Recordings

Closed circuit television (CCTV) has been installed at QACI for the purpose of deterring and recording unauthorised and/or illegal activity on school grounds, including vandalism, unlawful entry and graffiti.

​Child and Student Protection Policy​​

This policy outlines the Department of Education's (the department) approach to keeping children and students safe by protecting them from harm or risk of harm in Queensland state schools and State Delivered Kindergartens.​

​​Customer Complaint Procedure

Queensland Academies Creative Industries (QACI) is committed to fostering a school environment that is supportive, respectful, compatible with human rights and provides all students with opportunities to engage in quality learning. Effective partnerships with parents, carers, students, school staff and International Baccalaureate Organisation (IB) are essential to achieving this goal.​

​​External Request for Equipment

An External Request for Equipment (EQ11) form is to be completed when loaning Department of Education, Training and the Arts equipment to employees, students or community organisations for use after hours, during school holidays on, or away, from official premises.

​Inclusion Policy

Students enrolled in Queensland State Schools come from a diverse social, cultural, geographic and family backgrounds, are of many identities, and of all abilities.

​International Baccalaureate Handbook

The IB Diploma Programme is a comprehensive pre-university two-year curriculum course of study designed for students in the 16 to 19 age range.

​Language Learning Policy

The QACI Language Poliy is designed to be consistent with the stipulated practices and principles of the IB and aligned to the Department of Education philosphy and language trends.

​QUT Associate Library Membership

The QUT library is a public space and students are representing the school when attending the library.

​Pamoja Online Policy

QACI affirms a commitment to all students to offer a range of subjects from Groups 1 - 6 dependent on staffing and resources.

​​​Parent Code of Conduct

We welcome parents and other members of our diverse community into schools across Queensland​​.​

Religious Instruction at QACI

Religious instruction is not provided at QACI. This decision has been based upon feasibility based on demand and availability of faith groups to provide instruction at a time appropriate with the student's schedule.

​​​School Review Executive Summary 2021

This report is a product of an internal audit review carried out by the Education Improvement Branch (EIB) Review team at QACI from 10 - 12 May 2021

School Support Self Taught Language Procedure

Non-native English speaking students at QACI have the opportunity to study their mother tongue in the Diploma Programme as one of their six subjects.

​Student Code of Conduct

QACI is commited to providing a safe, respectful and disciplined learning environment for all students, staff, parents and visitors.

​Subject Change Form

To apply for a change of subject or levels (HL/SL), students should first speak with their subject teacher, HOD, GO and parents. ​

​Transport Assistance Scheme

The Department of Transport and Main Roads provides assistance under the School Transport Assistance Scheme (STAS) in situations where access to education is impeded by distance, income or isolation.

Uniform Policy

Our community, past and present take pride in our professional and respectful reputation.

Last reviewed 18 May 2023
Last updated 18 May 2023