Ingham State High School is a school big enough to offer a comprehensive range of subjects, yet still small enough to provide the personal touch, with students and staff able to develop a very close relationship. Students are not just numbers they are a part of a caring, close community.
With 500 students from Year 8 to Year 12, the professional staff offer an engaging learning environment designed to inspire students to reach their full potential.
The school has an embedded rules and values program which underpins the school culture. These rules and values are highly visible throughout the school and in the WHASH(school newsletter). The culture of the school is positively shaped by its ASPIRE program in Years 8 – 12.
Ingham State High School continually strives to improve and offer the best learning environment for its students.
Facilities: Multi-purpose sporting and presentation hall, Auditorium – Performance/Presentation hall (Evacuation centre), state-of-the0art science labs, art and drama facilities, industrial technology and design workshops, automotive workshops, resource centre/library, tennis courts, spacious ovals which include a rugby league ground and multi-purpose oval, netball courts, tuckshop/canteen, special education unit, general learning classrooms, hospitality facilities including two kitchens, several computer labs.
Extracurricular activities: Chess Challenge, Glee Project, Violin Ensembles.
Welfare and personal development: Guidance/Support, chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program.
Special features: PILOT (Partnerships, Innovation, Learning and other Training) program for exceptional academic and vocational outcomes for our students. Ingham State High School is a Registered Training Organisation and currently offers 22 vocational qualifications.