Highlights of 2018 at Langports


As another year has come to an end, it is time to reflect on what we achieved in 2018 and look forward to making a positive contribution in 2019.

January started with the introduction of our new Platinum Program, an exciting combination of study and culture for students over the age of 40. Enthusiastically ran by Susie France, -our students had an amazing experience and all left very satisfied. The second Platinum Program starts next week, let’s keep our fingers crossed that the weather is kind and everybody has a great time. 

All three Langports schools continued to place great emphasis on providing our students with quality courses and our dedicated staff always doing their best to help our students achieve their desired outcomes. The great feedback we had from our students last year reflects and rewards the our tremendous work.

Once again Langports won the prestigious Education Stars Award 2017/18 for The Best Language School in Australia. This is the sixth consecutive year we have won this – well done everybody and thank you to our students for continuing to vote for us! *

Langports has not only been successful in providing a high level of  English language tuition to students from more than 50 different countries, it has been able to provide a fun and caring community that has created  life lasting friendships.

The Langports Foundation has been very active providing educational opportunities to disadvantaged children. Thank you to all those who supported our initiatives.


2018 has been a very positive one for Langports and we look forward to an even better New Year.

May I wish all of Langports staff, students and friends health, happiness and an exciting 2019

John France CEO


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The Langports Foundation –

A trip to an Aboriginal Community in Queensland –

Trong’s Graduation — first student of The Langports Foundation SAYL program – 

*Picture credit to EducationStars