The Associated Independent Colleges of Queensland (AIC) are a group of eight independent schools in Queensland, Australia involved in a variety of sporting and cultural activities. AIC competition is only for male secondary students. Primary schools attached to AIC schools compete against their GPS counterparts in the Combined Independent Colleges (CIC) competition. St Peter's primary boys compete in The Associated Schools Junior (TASJ) competition and St Peter's secondary girls compete in the Queensland Girls' Secondary Schools Sports Association (QGSSSA).
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