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Glenmore State High School is a modern, progressive secondary school providing quality education for students from Years 7 to 12. The school has earned a reputation for high quality educational programs and services. Students are offered a wide range of subjects to study while at school and also have access to a ‘Careers Hub’ which allows students to transition successfully from school to work, further training or university by offering support with school-based traineeships, work experience, participating in industry tours and university programs. Glenmore SHS students consistently have received high OP results with more than 20 per cent of OP-eligible students receiving an OP 1-5 since 2009.

Subjects/Electives Years 7 to 10: Glenmore State High School offers a curriculum representing a sequence of carefully planned and balanced learning experiences designed to meet the current and future needs of students. It is grounded in student-focused educational philosophy and practice, responsive to individual student needs, as well as being rich in real-life significance.

All students in Year 9 select two electives to study for the entire year from a variety of subjects in the Technology, LOTE, HPEand Arts Key Learning Areas.

These electives align with Year 10 assessment items and curriculum standards, develop greater levels of student understanding in areas of interest, offer links to possible future pathways, and rigorously develop the skills needed for Senior in the three Key Learning Areas.

Subjects/Electives Years 11 and 12: Core subjects – English or English Communication, and Mathematics or Mathematics A or Pre-vocational Mathematics. Elective subjects – Ancient History, Biology, Business Communication and Technologies (BCT), Certificate I in Business (BSB10107), Certificate II in Business (BSB20107), Certificate II in Information Technology and Digital Media, Certificate II in Workplace Practices (30981QLD), Chemistry, Creative Arts (Visual Art Studies), Creative Arts (Photo-Imaging Studies), Creative Arts (Media Studies), Creative Arts (Dance Studies), Creative Arts (Music Studies), Dance, Drama, Early Childhood, Film, Television and New Media, Geography, Health Education, Hospitality, Information Communications Technology (ICT), Information Processing and Technology (IPT), Japanese, Legal Studies, Manufacturing (Building and Construction Studies), Manufacturing (Engineering Studies), Manufacturing (Furnishing Studies), Marine and Aquatic Practices, Mathematics C, Modern History, Music, Physical Education, Physics, Recreation Studies (General), Recreation Studies (Rugby League), Social and Community Studies, Tourism, Visual Art.

Sport: Rugby League, Netball, Cricket, Football, Futsal, Basketball, Touch Football, Volleyball, Rugby Union.

Welfare and personal development: Guidance Officer, Chaplain, school-based Police Officer, school-based Youth Health Nurse.

Special features: AMSCO program (for accelerated learning in Maths, Science and Computing), comprehensive Vocational Education and Training (VET) program, trial school for Year 7 into high school.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Enrolment Approximately 680 Students
Fees Free (Government School)
07 4923******* 07 4923 0333
07 4923******* 07 4923 0300
Address Cnr Bruce Highway and Farm Street Rockhampton North Qld 4701
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