At Clontarf Beach State High School, potential is discovered and fostered as the school strives to develop its students as confident young men and women, capable of making a difference in the wider community, carving pathways into their future, and able to embrace life’s challenges with vigour, passion and pride; innovative global citizens of tomorrow.
The school, its teachers and all who are associated with the Clontarf community are committed to maximising the outcomes of every student and finding successful pathways for all. Clontarf Beach State High School provides a well-rounded education for boys and girls from Years 8 to 12 encompassing academics, sport and cultural pursuits. The community will “make the difference” to students’ learning with an exciting and challenging learning environment focused on high expectations.
Clontarf Beach State High School students have achieved state and national recognition in sport and music and demonstrate a diverse range of skills and capabilities which prepare them for very successful futures.
The school provides the environment of success to give students every opportunity to develop the knowledge and talents required to become vital members of the community.
The House structure, based on the four traditional houses, Pegasus, Orion, Argo and Leo, focuses our students on the goals of commitment, resilience and success. Students are teamed into ‘family groups’ for care class which ranges from Years 8 to 12 providing models of leadership and responsibility for every student, every day. Students from each year level are acquainted with other students from all year levels, building a strong school community. The House structure provides the basis of our student monitoring system ensuring that every student’s progress is managed and that there is a strong emphasis on high performance. This system is supportive of Junior Secondary aged students between 12 and 15, as they enter the high school environment; it provides a nurturing and encouraging family and provides every opportunity for their success.
Well qualified and experienced staff are committed to helping all students achieve to their potential, setting them on a successful pathway to pursue their chosen vocation upon leaving school, whether that be university entrance, further study or workplace training. Clontarf Beach State High School has established links with ACU, as the most accessible university for students along with QUT, UQ, Skilstech and BNIT, local businesses, job networks and has a unique partnership with the Beacon Foundation in the local area.
The school has a very active Parents and Citizens Association who support the students in all areas of their learning. The school community believes that a pride in self and school and a passion for what is done enables students to choose their own pathways to a successful future: Pride, Passion, Pathways.
Electives Years 11 and 12: At the core of Clontarf Beach State High School is the student pathways program. The student pathways program allows students in Years 11 and 12 to discover a range of pathways, so they can make appropriate choices regarding their post -school career.
The major student pathways are Professional – University pathway, Para professional – TAFE Diploma/Training pathway, Trade/Technical -Apprenticeship/Traineeship pathway, Skilled — Fulltime work pathway.
Extracurricular activities: Students have achieved state and national recognition in sport and music and demonstrate a diverse range of skills and capabilities which prepare them for very successful futures.
Welfare and personal development: The school has a very active Parents and Citizens Association who support the students in all areas of their learning.
Special features: Senior Support – Year 11 & 12 Care group Monitoring, QCS Test Training Program, Work experience, school-based traineeships.
|Years||Year 7 - Year 12|
Free (Government School) |
07 3480******* 07 3480 4777
07 3480******* 07 3480 4700
|Address||Cnr Elizabeth Avenue and King Street, Clontarf Qld 4019|