Glenala State High School is a united community committed to improving learning through strong values and high expectations. The school aims to inspire the community to “believe and achieve” today, so they will succeed in the challenging and exciting world of tomorrow.
Students subscribe to the school’s values and commit to learning, are responsible and respectful, cultivate pride in self and others, and persevere to be their best.
Subjects/Electives Years 11 and 12: Subjects studied in the SeniorSchool fall into three categories: 1. Authority Subjects. These subjects follow a Queensland Studies Authority (QSA) Syllabus. A minimum of 5 of these subjects must be studied for Tertiary Entrance with an OP. 2. Authority Registered Subjects. These subjects are accredited by the QSA and are less academically demanding than Authority subjects. These subjects may contain integrated vocational modules or a whole Certificate I. 3. VET Subjects. These subjects require the completion of modules, leading to the completion of Certificates I and/or II. They also provide pathways to school-based Apprenticeships and Traineeships, and may require structured workplace learning (work experience).
Sport: Minor games, Soccer, Touch, AFL, Athletics, Volleyball, Cricket, Softball, Badminton, Weight training.
Welfare and personal development: Guidance officer, Chaplain, Indigenous Unit.
Special features: Distinctive Programs – Glenala Gems, Welfare, School to Work, Minter Ellison, school-based Apprenticeships and Traineeships, TAFE courses, school-based VET courses.
|Years||Year 7 - Year 12|
Free (Government School) |
07 3877******* 07 3877 4222
07 3877******* 07 3877 4200
|Address||Cnr Glenala Rd and Hampton St, Durack 4077|