The Board is an independent statutory body that accredits non-State schools and monitors whether non-State schools continue to comply with the requirements of the Education (Accreditation of Non-State Schools) Act 2017.
To operate in Queensland a non-State school must be accredited by the Board.
The Board’s decision to accredit a non-State school is based on explicit documentation provided by the applicant. These documents address criteria and provide evidence relating to the school’s financial viability; educational program; student welfare processes; and the school’s improvement processes.
The Board is required to make a decision on an application within six months of lodgement.
Last updated 12 January, 2018