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Morayfield State High School’s focus is on maximising student achievement. To this end, the school offers a wide range of courses and activities designed to enhance the future prospects of young people as they make their way in a very competitive world. The school ethos embodies a holistic approach that also fosters the personal and social development of students.

Since opening in 1981, the school community has built a long and proud history of educational success. The school provides opportunities for all students to excel in academic, vocational, sporting and cultural pursuits.

The school values affirm appropriate and consistent behaviour in an environment focussed on improving performance. Its Aim High program is based on three core values – Respect, Responsibility and Cooperation. The program provides positive behaviour support and helps create a positive learning environment by developing proactive whole-school systems to define, teach and support appropriate student behaviours.

The school boasts an outstanding staff team who are committed to providing students with quality learning experiences. Staff at Morayfield build strong relationships with students and their families to encourage success, improve performance and monitor students’ wellbeing.

Morayfield State High is a dynamic, growing and ambitious school that seeks to gain the best outcome for each and every student.

Subjects/Electives Years 7 to 10: Compulsory subjects – English, Mathematics, Science, History, Health and Physical Education (HPE).

Elective Subjects – Health, Introduction to Outdoor Recreation, Introduction to Senior Legal Studies, Music, Drama, Media, Shop A Woodwork, Business Principals, Home Economics, French, Introduction to Senior Physical Education, Rugby League Excellence, Introduction to Senior Geography, Dance, Visual Art, Graphics, Metalwork, Information Communication Technology, Childcare, Japanese.

Subjects/Electives Years 11 and 12: English, Mathematics, Science, SOSE, Business, Information Communication Technologies, Health & Physical Education, Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Industrial Technology, Languages other than English.

Morayfield SHS offers a wide range of subjects to cover a diverse range of student interests. The range of subjects and pathways available allows students to select academic subjects that prepare for university entrance, vocational subjects that prepare for direct entry to the workforce or for further education and training, or a combination of both.

Welfare and personal development:  Guidance Officer, Chaplain, School Based Police Officer, School Based Health Nurse, Youth Support Coordinator, Year Level Coordinators and Indigenous Liaison Coordinator.

Special features: Morayfield Trade Training Centre (MTTC) aims to be a regional trade training skills hub for the construction industry, recognised as a quality institution by industry and a one-stop shop for turning out skilled, competent and job-ready young people for the construction industry and allied fields.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Fees Free (Government School)
07 5428******* 07 5428 5555
07 5428******* 07 5428 5500
Address Visentin Road, Morayfield QLD 4506
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