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Kilcoy State High School was established in 1963 and its aim is the achievement of its vision for all students to find a ‘Gateway to Success’ through a junior school thrust on engagement and a senior school focus on transition and pathways. The school believes positive relationships with parents allow students to engage in learning and demonstrate a commitment to achieving our vision.

The school community is very proud of its achievements and there is a sense of confidence in Kilcoy as being the school that provides choice and opportunity in a safe environment. This is evident in the successful transition of students to work, training or tertiary studies. Kilcoy High continually looks to the future to meet the changing needs of society and prepare young adults for their place in it.

The school’s practices are underpinned by academic rigour, initiatives to improve literacy and numeracy, integrated technology and flexible options and support for co-curricular activities. It is committed to developing a learning culture which ensures students are prepared for and engaged in learning through the use of productive pedagogy, performing to capacity, aspiring to a productive future and taking responsibility for their own outcomes.

Facilities: Computer labs, science labs, wood and metal workshops, home economics kitchen, art room with a large adjoining work space, undercover multi-purpose sport court, half-court basketball court, agriculture farm, tuckshop.

Subjects/Electives Years 7 to 10: Students participate in mandated subjects in Years 7 and 8 (i.e. there are no elective subjects) in the core areas of Mathematics, English, Science, Social Sciences, Health and Physical Education and Languages Other than English (LOTE) as well as completing subjects from Technology and The Arts areas.  At the commencement of Year 9 students will have the opportunity to select specialist subjects within the Technology and The Arts curriculum.

Subjects/Electives Years 11 and 12: The Year 11 and 12 curriculum provides the flexibility to begin focusing on the students’ strengths and chosen pathway. Students participate in learning experiences in the core areas of Mathematics, English, Science, Social Sciences and select two specialist subjects from Physical Education, Languages Other than English (LOTE), Technology and The Arts.

Kilcoy SHS offers outstanding Vocational Education programs. Students participate in quality learning programs, working towards certificates in the following subjects – Certificate I in Engineering, Certificate III in Animal Studies, Certificate III in Business Administration (Legal), Certificate III in Business & Certificate III in Business Administration (2 in 1), Certificate III in Children’s Services, Certificate III in Events & Certificate II in Hospitality (2 in 1), Certificate III in Fitness, Certificate II in Hairdressing, Certificate III in Hospitality, Certificate III in Information Technology, Certificate II in Horticulture (Landscape), Introduction to Nursing and Aged Care (Year 12 only), Certificate III in Tourism & Certificate III Events (2 in 1), Certificate III in Visual Arts and Contemporary Craft.

Welfare and personal development: Support staff work both in the administration of the school and more importantly in the classrooms, providing direct support to those students with identified learning needs.

Special features: School Uniform.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Fees Free (Government School)
07 5422******* 07 5422 4343
07 5422******* 07 5422 4300
Address Seib Street, Kilcoy QLD 4515
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