Goondiwindi State High School is united in a shared passion for learning where individual needs are respected and every student has the opportunity to achieve to their potential. The school is guided by the values of Respect, Learning and Achievement.
Goondiwindi State High School is a rural school of approximately 500 students and 70 teaching and ancillary staff, located on the Queensland-New South Wales border less than four hours south-west of Brisbane.
Goondiwindi State High School’s Year 7 to 12 curriculum is designed to provide diverse pathways through productive community/industry partnerships, innovative challenges to create lifelong learners and active citizens, and pride in success by encouraging and rewarding achievement, initiative and enterprise.
Sport: Goondiwindi State High School experiences significant success in the sporting arena and in cultural pursuits.
Extracurricular activities: To complement the core curriculum a wide range of extra-curricular activities is available to students.
Special features: Biennial tour to Gallipoli and the Western Front (year 11 and 12 students), cultural tour to Melbourne (Year 10), school camps (Years 7, 9 and 11).