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Dysart State High School is a school committed to providing access to a quality education for young people in the Central Highland. It provides a dynamic approach to education with the focus on  maximising opportunities for students to explore “what’s possible” and provide them with the skills to reach their goals.

The school has developed a strong, supportive relationship with students, parents and the wider Dysart community and values the contributions these groups make to the school. The P&C is extremely active. Dysart State High School has a vibrant and rich partnership with the mining industry and BMA particularly, which provides additional experiences and opportunities for students to support their career aspirations.

Electives Years 7 to 10: Core studies – English, Science, Mathematics, Health and Physical Education (HPE). Each of the following subjects will be studied for a semester – History, Geography, The Arts, ICT (computers), Home Economics (Cooking and Sewing), Information Technology and Design (Wood and Metal Work).

Electives Years 11 and 12: Core curriculum - English: English or English communication, Mathematics: Maths A or Pre-Vocational Maths, Certificate II in workplace practises. Elective subjects – Biology, Chemistry, Business Communication & Technology (BCT), Legal Studies, The Arts, Certificate I and II in MATE resource infrastructure operations – (mining), Certificate II in community recreation (Physical Education), Certificate II in community services (Child care), Certificate II in Hospitality, Certificate II in IDMT, Certificate I in Construction, Certificate II in Engineering (mining focus).

Sport: Interschool sport – rugby League and netball. Central Highlands sporting trials – tennis, hockey, Rugby League and Union, netball, soccer, squash, swimming, and athletics.

Extracurricular activities: Chess club, Community Anzac commemorations, Arts expo, Bells Shakespeare performances, Variety of fundraising events – Bullying No Way, Greatest Morning Tea, Red Nose, canteen, Pink Ribbon Day, etc., Sound and lighting crew.

Welfare and personal development: Behaviour Management.

Special features: School Uniform. The school has a vibrant and rich partnership with the mining industry, and BMA particularly. This partnership provides many additional experiences and opportunities for our students to support their career aspirations.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Fees: Free (Government School)
07 4941******* 07 4941 1888
07 4941******* 07 4941 1800
Address Edgerley Street, Dysart Qld 4745
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