Built in 1961, Charleville State High School promotes participation, responsibility and achievement for all, working with the local community, encouraging the student population of approximately 250 to embrace the future through innovative educational partnerships.
Charleville State High School is committed to the vision and values of the Department of Education and Training, underpinned by the school’s values of equity, quality outcomes, ownership of choices and decisions, positive work ethic, real world experiences and a positive environment.
Charleville State High School aims to achieve the best educational outcomes for students, to enable them to develop to their full potential as independent and socially responsible citizens; utilising a range of digital technologies and eLearning initiatives to ensure that students are connected to the fullest possible range or opportunities and educational outcomes.
Charleville State High School is a dynamic learning community servicing the South West Queensland hub of Charleville and surrounding districts. The school provides a balanced public school education, contextualised to the local environment and developing the youth of the South West.
Facilities: Facilities at the school are constantly undergoing a process of improvement and refinement, with the school providing learning spaces to students that are equipped with the latest technology to ensure students can overcome the tyranny of distance to be connected to the best possible learning opportunities.
Sport: Netball, Touch and Rugby League. A range of school sporting teams train after school, and enter into local competitions for touch football and netball, providing valuable experience for students in these teams.
Extracurricular activities: Homework Club, instrumental music.
Welfare and personal development: Chaplaincy Services.
Special features: School Uniform, high academic achievement, 100% of students graduate with Vocational Education outcomes, as well as extremely high Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) outcomes, a range of programs servicing the arts, including senior drama and visual arts, cutting-edge digital learning facilities and teaching skills, preparing students for the digital world in which they live.