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Keebra Park State High School

Public School

The school is one which provides a wide range of opportunities for the secondary education of young people. Its academic reputation in the community is exceptionally good with emphasis being placed on each child's personal best achievement being valued and recognised by our school community. The highly professional staff create a caring, disciplined learning environment which recognises the individual learning needs of every student. A 'Futures Pathway' Curriculum enables all students to choose a course of study which best fits their abilities and aspirations for the future. The school promotes education for all students. A wide range of additional activities encourages students to optimise their special talents and skills. Participation in these activities is both rewarding and fun for both students and teachers and complements the academic curriculum. The website promotes the many opportunities that Keebra Park State High School offers young people looking for a quality secondary education.

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Kelvin Grove State College

Public School

Kelvin Grove State College is part of a unique educational precinct. It is only three kilometres from Brisbane City's central business district. The college seeks to provide a supportive and engaging learning environment for all. The focus is on excellence in all areas of education. This is articulated and promoted through expectations of a strong work ethic, pride in, and recognition of, socially just practices including valuing social diversity, and civic participation. The college is convenient to public transport and is close to all the conveniences of the city. It is also adjacent to Kelvin Grove Urban Village. The college's strong and established links with the adjoining Queensland University of Technology and other tertiary institutions allow students to plot and progress their own learning pathways from Prep to University within one educational establishment. The co-location of the college with QUT, including its Engineering, Education and Creative Industries faculties, forms a unique precinct that provides a focus on excellence in learning.

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Kenmore State High School

Public School

Kenmore State High School is a highly regarded school in the western suburbs of Brisbane. Founded in 1972, the school has grown to an enrolment of 1880 in 2015. The school is located in a very attractive setting on the delightful Moggill Creek. The local community is very supportive of the school and encourages its young people to pursue education as a priority. The school has a strong direction that is underpinned by five core values: excellence, learning is focussed on discovering, growing and improving, integrity, belonging, partnerships to build a strong sense of community.

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Kingaroy State High School

Public School

Kingaroy State High is a co-educational high school located approximately 250 km north-west of Brisbane in the South Burnett. Kingaroy State High has a long-standing reputation for academic excellence as well as the provision of a range of vocational education opportunities, and involvement in sport, instrumental and other cultural pursuits. Additionally, an excellent active citizens program where students can become involved in a multitude of volunteer opportunities in the local community is available. Kingaroy State High also support a biennial student cultural and sporting trip to New Zealand, as well as one to the sister school in Fudōka, Japan. Through these avenues, we endeavour to, 'prepare students for life'.

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King's Christian College

Independent School

King's Christian College aim is to provide a balanced program that provides for the growth of the whole person - intellectually, physically, emotionally, spiritually and socially. The programs are designed to give students the widest possible range of opportunities and experiences to achieve this goal. All students are given the opportunity to develop their gifts and talents within the school environment and wider community. In the early years, considerable focus is placed on ensuring each student grasps the fundamentals of literacy and numeracy. If necessary, individual programs are created for students so that these basic building blocks of learning are well understood. As students grow in confidence and progress through the school, they are increasingly challenged and extended. One of the aims is to deliver a relevant, challenging and rewarding curriculum that stirs the imagination and develops a life-long love of learning. In the Secondary School, a wide range of subject choices gives students the opportunity to prepare for the myriad of possibilities available to them in their adult lives.

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Kirwan State High School

Public School

Kirwan High accepted its first Year 8 students in January, 1979. The school was officially opened on 3 November of that year by Deputy Premier Sir Llew Edwards. Since then the student population has grown to more than 2000 and have more than 120 teachers. Kirwan is a large school with excellent facilities, excellent programs and an excellent relationship with its community. The mission of the school is to provide educational excellence for tomorrow's citizens. Kirwan State High School aim to help every student achieve the best they possibly can from their secondary education. Kirwan High is committed to being a mindful community where students are able to develop as thoughtful, independent learners and successful people. To achieve this, the teachers are committed to excellence in teaching practice. Kirwan High is at the cutting edge of innovative and effective teaching that encourages deep thinking and develops self-regulated, resilient and motivated learners. As independent and self-regulated learners, students are encouraged to develop self-discipline and to accept responsibility and consequences for their own actions. Discipline at Kirwan High is firm but fair. Kirwan High encourage the development of teacher-pupil relationships that are characterised by mutual respect and understanding. It aims to prepare students not only for the few years they attend high school, but for the years that lie ahead. Students understand that as well as being individuals, they have community responsibilities. In preparing students to be tomorrow's citizens, Kirwan High recognises that this means not only helping students to become leaders in their local community, but actively engaged global citizens. In the rapidly globalising world, students must have an international mindedness that equips them with an international perspective and intercultural understanding.

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Lourdes Hill College

Independent School

Lourdes Hill College is an independent Catholic college providing quality education for around 1200 girls from Years 7 - 12. The College is located 4km from the centre of Brisbane, on the southern bank of the Brisbane River, in the quiet residential suburb of Hawthorne. Since 1916, Lourdes Hill College has been a well-respected educational institution, known for its pursuit of achievement and excellence in the education of young women. As a caring Catholic Community, the College follows in the tradition of the Sisters of the Good Samaritan, offering a strong emphasis on pastoral care and personal growth within a Christian environment, along with a record of impressive academic results. The College's comprehensive and innovative curriculum challenges students to grow to their full potential and to strive for excellence, whilst a wide range of co-curricular activities allows students to indulge in a passion, learn new skills, develop leadership abilities and provide service to the community.

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Mackay Christian College

Independent School

Mackay Christian College was established in 1984 to provide a Christian education alternative for Mackay families. The College commenced with around 17 students in Year 1-7 and to date has a student body of over 900 students from Pre-Prepatory (Kindergarten) to Year 12. Mackay Christian College is committed to providing an accessible, quality, Christian education for children from all walks of life. It is a unique educational institution in Mackay as it is a multi-denominational co-educational Christian day school committed to developing each individual student's academic, spiritual and social excellence. Mackay Christian College our values are CLEAR – Christ likeness, Learning, Excellence, Attitude and Respect. These values are incorporated into the day to day operations of College life. The focus of the College community is on the positive – to expect the best. This helps students to develop an optimistic outlook for the future.

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Mackay North State High School

Public School

Mackay North State High School offers a wide range of experiences and opportunities available for students, both within the school curriculum and through extra-curricular activities. With a school population of over 1400 students, Mackay North State High school enjoys an excellent reputation in the Mackay community and is characterised by outstanding achievement in the academic, cultural and sporting arenas. The staff are extremely committed towards ensuring the students achieve to their highest potential. The P & C is very supportive and has worked hard to ensure students have access to excellent facilities. We can see 'the best' across so many activities in this school including some of the following programs - Marching Band, sporting teams, Special Education students, the students who travel to Gallipoli, the student leaders, high academic achievers, all doing their best for themselves and their school.

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Marist College Ashgrove

Catholic School

Over the next 50 years the Brothers expanded across all continents and established a system of education world-wide. Today, the Brothers' schools exist in 81 countries. There are about 4 500 Brothers and 40 000 lay teachers working in Marist schools today, educating over 500 000 young people. Marist College Ashgrove began in 1940 with Brother Ignatius as its first Headmaster. The College is built on the site formerly used by Father Walter Cain and his proposed Missionary Order. The only permanent building was the Tower Block and its graceful architecture has made it the symbol of the College. Despite temporary evacuation and re-location during World War II, the College flourished and developed. There has been an almost continuous building program over the last 70 years, and the numbers of students have grown from the original 70 in 1940 to over 1 600 today (including boarders). The reputation of the College has steadily grown since 1940 and has been extended with its loyal supporters and Old Boys. It is respected throughout Australia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, the wider Pacific and Asia as a significant institution expressing the very best in Marist educational values and teaching.

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