Everton Park State High School is a dynamic, contemporary and futures-oriented school with engaged students and enthusiastic staff with high expectations for all. Students are given the best educational opportunities to excel in either an academic or vocational pathway as the school boasts exceptional teachers who are committed to providing teaching and learning strategies to individualise learning for all students.
The school is located in a picturesque setting with modern facilities to accommodate students. The size of the school means it can provide a wide range of learning opportunities without compromising on quality and care.
The school is proud to have achieved above the state average for Year 12 results over the past three years, a NAB Schools First Impact Award Grant and a Showcase Award for Excellence for outstanding community partnerships. It links with many local businesses to ensure students have relevant career pathways and the school is committed to partnering with parents and families to support students in gaining a successful education.
Subjects/Electives Years 7 to 10: Junior Secondary School students study the Australian National Curriculum in English, Mathematics, History, and Science and QCAR programs in The Arts, Chinese, Health and Physical Education and Technology. The Year 10 curriculum is underpinned by the Australian National Curriculum and QCAR with students also commencing a three year course of Everton Park State High School Leadership and Futures (ELF) Program which includes Certificate II in Workplace Practices. Year 10 commences the senior phase of learning and students are guided towards career pathways through a rigorous Senior Education and Training (SET) Planning process.
Subjects/Electives Years 11 and 12: The Senior Curriculum is diverse to meet the needs of students preparing for University study, TAFE programs or the world of work. Each student’s pathway is highly valued and links with the business and tertiary learning community ensures that all students study real life learning.
Sport: Students compete across a range of sports in inter, intra, district, state and national teams.
Extracurricular activities: Tutoring, Debating, Music, Drama and Art classes, sport competitions, Lions Youth of the Year, Vietnam Intrepid tour, Leadership Camps.
Care and personal development: Parents and Citizens’ Association, leadership opportunities for Year 9 students in Junior Secondary School and Year 12 students to lead the student body, links with local primary schools which ensure a seamless transition for primary school.
Special features: Everton Park State High School is a small community school where every student is known. Partnerships with parents and community creates bright futures for all students