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Narangba Valley State High School opened its doors in 2000. Nestled in the Forest Ridge Estate at Narangba, the growing community embraced the school’s early years with enormous support as buildings were finalised and many more students entered through the gates.

The school’s logo is an endless equilateral triangle superimposed onto a globe. The endless triangle represents life-long learning and the need for each person to be a life-long learner. This type of person is one who has the skills to be a complex thinker, with deep understanding, a creative person, an active investigator, a participant in an interdependent world and an effective communicator. The globe represents planet earth and reminds us that we live in a global community where there are no barriers between nations in knowledge and communication.

The school’s motto, ‘Challenging the Future’ can have various interpretations and students are challenged to think about all the possibilities the term can hold. One interpretation is that Narangba Valley High School is preparing students for their futures in the twenty-first century. Another possible meaning is that students will challenge the future by becoming the designers and leaders of the new millennium.

Facilities: Rugby league, soccer, softball and baseball fields, squash and netball courts, extensive ovals, specialist basketball facilities, dance and music facilities, Various computer laboratories with specialist labs in Maths, SOSE, Design Technology, Music and Art/Film and TV, Arts and Manual Arts workshops, Home Economic areas, specialist Science and Maths areas, Library and Resource Centre, Performing Arts and Lifestyle Centre of Excellence (P.A.L.A.C.E.), sports gymnasium with two internal multipurpose courts, weights training rooms, catering areas, showers, toilets and staff room, Design Technology workshop, Textiles Work Area for Life Technology, Art Workshop with specialised computer facilities.

Electives Years 11 and 12: Narangba Valley High School offers students a broad range of subjects for students to undertake throughout their senior phase of learning including Authority and Authority registered subjects as per syllabus documents set out by the Queensland Studies Authority, Certificate I, II and III courses delivered on campus, school-based apprenticeships or traineeships (SAT).

Sport: Interschool sport, statewide competitions e.g. Bill Turner Cup (Soccer), Vicki Wilson Cup (Netball), State Futsal Cup, All Schools Touch, Jonathan Brown Cup (AFL) and Brisbane Lions Cup (AFL), opportunities for Zone & Regional Representation, coaching by Development Officers from various sports.

Extracurricular activities: Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Stage Band, String Ensemble, Concert Band and Dixie Jazz Band, Anime Club, Dance Troupe, NVSHS Robotics Club.  

Welfare and personal development: School Guidance Officers, School Nurse, Chaplain.

Special features: AFL Developmental Academy, Dance Developmental Academy, Drama Developmental Academy, Music Developmental Academy, Netball Developmental Academy. Uniform school.  

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Fees Free (Government School)
07 3385******* 07 3385 4555
07 3385******* 07 3385 4500
Address Harris Avenue, Narangba Qld 4504
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