Schools & Higher Education
Our regional schools offer a range of educational options and unique experiences for your children.
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Stanthorpe State Primary School
Welcome to our vibrant and inclusive Stanthorpe State School community, where quality educational and social outcomes are our focus and where each and every student is important and valued.
Established in 1874, in the heart of the picturesque Granite Belt Region, our school has a long and proud history of providing excellent educational opportunities and achieving positive learning outcomes for all students, through the dedicated and caring efforts of our highly experienced teaching and support staff.
The Stanthorpe State Primary School community always strives for higher things by ensuring everyone has the right to learn and the right to teach in a safe and supportive environment.
Phone: 07 4681 5111
Fax: 07 4681 5100
Address: 30 Marsh Street | Stanthorpe | Qld | 4380
Ballandean State School
Ballandean State School has been providing quality education on the Granite Belt since 1909. Our school boasts a team of highly dedicated and supportive staff who are committed to school improvement and student achievement.
Killarney P-10 State School
Allora P-10 State School
Stanthorpe State High School
Applethorpe State School
Amiens State School
Freestone State Primary School
Freestone State School endeavours to provide access for all students to a curriculum that engages and challenges students. It is our mission as teacher’s to encourage and support students to grow and mature into confident, responsible and active life- long learners by establishing strong foundations in literacy and numeracy. It is our belief that skills in these areas allow access to all other curriculum areas. We also believe that students need to be taught how to learn together and work together as part of a group where individuals are respected. Social and emotional wellbeing is as important as academic achievement. We strive to acknowledge our individuality but learn how to compromise and work together to create a learning environment where individuals are valued and feel safe.
Phone: 07 4666 1569
Fax: 07 4661 1654
Address: 82 School Road | Freestone via Warwick | Qld | 4370
Greenlands State School
Greenlands State School is a proud member of the Granite Belt Community of State Schools within the state Department of Education and Training. It is located approximately 12 km West of the town of Stanthorpe.
Our small, co-educational Prep to year 6 school caters for children (enrolment approximately 110 pupils) from both urban and rural properties and attracts enrolment from a wide geographical area around the Granite Belt district. The school community is very supportive of the school and its programs.
The highly experienced staff provides a caring, friendly environment that promotes self-discipline and individualised learning within a multi-age setting.
Phone: 07 4683 6205
Fax: 07 4683 6394
Address: 1209 Texas Road | Greenlands | Qld 4380
St. Josephs School
Innovative and engaging teaching and learning is a key characteristic of the educational offerings at St. Joseph’s School. We have an excellent academic history which is due in no small way to the commitment and expertise of our teaching staff. Students at St. Joseph’s participate in a diverse curriculum which marries the fundamental aspects of learning with cutting edge technology integration. In addition, students are offered multiple educational pathways as they move through from Prep to Year 12. It is recognised that every learner is different and St. Joseph’s School works tirelessly to meet the learning needs of every student so that they are prepared for the many challenges of young adulthood. Quality teaching and learning at St. Joseph’s is supported by second-to- none facilities and resources.
Well-appointed classrooms and work spaces assist with the engagement of students in the learning process. Many of our primary classrooms are equipped with smart board technology, laptop banks and iPads. Our secondary students are issued with personal computing devices, allowing them wireless access to the school’s network for use in and beyond the classroom. Teachers are continually seeking out ways to effectively integrate this technology in the teaching and learning process.
St Joseph’s School is a Catholic Co-educational school catering for students from Preparatory to Year 12. The school offers a seamless Prep to Senior, Catholic Education for families in the Granite Belt region of Southeast Queensland and Northern New South Wales.
Phone: 07 4681 5900
Fax: 07 4681 5909
Address: 100 High Street | Stanthorpe | Qld 4380
Warwick West State School
Warwick West State School campus comprises the George Street complex servicing Years Prep to 6, the Special Education Unit and Early Childhood Development Centre, a Student Services Centre (housing Guidance Officers, Speech Language Pathologists, and other Support Personnel who provide a district service).
Warwick West State School is the largest primary school in Warwick. As a Band 9 school with 510 students we provide quality learning opportunities for students from Prep Year to Year 6.
While most of our families live in Warwick, we also draw students from rural and rural residential areas. Although many families have a long history in the Warwick area we continue to welcome new families to the Southern Downs. Our students come from various social and
cultural backgrounds. Children whose parents identify as being Indigenous or from the Torres Strait Islands make up approximately 11% of our student body.
The school provides opportunities for all children to reach their potential in academic, creative, cultural, sporting and social endeavours through means such as:
- providing a comprehensive, balanced curriculum including a Technology component,
- providing a well-resourced library to enhance the efforts of teachers to meet curriculum, cultural and recreational needs of students,encouraging a sporting tradition emphasising team participation and excellence,
- providing a range of specialist music teachers and programs to enable all students to access musical education which is individually appropriate,
- utilising the services of a support teacher and SEU staff who assist classroom teachers to implement appropriate programs for students with special needs,
- utilising the services of a LOTE (French) teacher, Speech Language Pathologists, School Guidance Counsellor and other consultants.
Phone: 07 4660 5333
Fax: 07 4660 5300
Address: 17 George Street | Warwick | Qld | 4370
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Dalveen State School
Broadwater State School
Glen Aplin State School
Welcome to Glen Aplin State School
Severnlea State School
The Summit State School
Yangan State School
Yangan State School is situated at the head of the scenic Swanfels Valley, a mere 20 kilometres from the centre of Warwick. The district is rich in pioneering history with the area being part of one of the first selections for free settlement in Queensland. Historic buildings adorn the main street with facilities including a general store, post office, hotel/motel, police, tennis courts and garage. Yangan State School services a rural community including the neighbouring area of Swanfels Valley. Yangan State School was established in 1874. Swanfels State School was encompassed by Yangan State School in 1981.
Our school aspires to securing success for all our students by:
- Caring for one another;
- Improving our performances; and
- Contributing to our school community.
Our purpose is to provide all students with worthwhile opportunities to become highly motivated and competent learners. At Yangan State School we have a very strong focus on academic, physical and social development. Individual responsibility towards learning is actively fostered which lays the foundation for lifelong learning. We aim to provide a learning environment that is responsive and embraces a futures perspective through the development of programs that will equip our students, parents, staff and community for the demands and rigours of a changing world.
Our school is fortunate to have major teaching areas being less than 15 years old. There are three teaching blocks and a demountable building that contains a music room. A new school hall provides an excellent facility for undercover play and school performances. The new resource (library) building is a very important facility for student learning. The administration area is situated in the original school building and consists of a reception area, staff area and principal’s office. The grounds are well maintained by a casual grounds care officer and the Parents and Citizens Association. The grounds feature an irrigated oval and playing area, shaded adventure playgrounds, a multi purpose court (netball, tennis & volleyball) and a new outdoor learning area.
The school community has an active role in school decision-making. Parents have a strong sense of justice and aim for the best for their children. Healthy parent-teacher relationships are essential to the smooth operation of the teaching learning process.
An active Parents and Citizens Association supports the school as an avenue of parental input into school decision making, enhancing school resources and in the provision of volunteer helpers in the classroom and in the school grounds. Staff meetings provide an essential forum for staff input into school decision-making. A student leadership program (student council) is promoted by the school as a means of students having input into democratic decision making processes.
Actual Address: King Street Yangan 4371
Postal Address: c/- Post Office Yangan 4371
Thulimbah State School
Wallangarra State School
We are very proud of the school and students. I believe this school offers students a good foundation for future learning.
Our motto is “Deeds not Words” and these words are instilled in our students from their first day of enrolment. We believe that we do provide quality education for all students from Prep to Year 6. Our priority is to have well informed staff who are experienced and committed to work with your child to enable them to achieve their full potential and to maximise learning in all areas such as academic, emotional and social. Our students are responsible, motivated and eager to learn to widen their educational experience.
The school has a committed P&C and has the support of the local community who continue to assist the school in many ways to allow your child to develop into a mature, well grounded person.
Address: 50 Callandoon Street Wallangarra 4383
Leyburn State School
Maryvale State School
Wheatvale State School
Warwick State High School
Warwick East State School
Warwick Central State School
I know that you will wish to share with your child and your child’s teachers the excitement of achievement at each of these stages of growth. You can do this by getting to know and by keeping in touch with your child’s teachers, and by showing your child you are interested in all that is happening at school.Although primary school is but one part of the total education of any individual, it is very special in the sense that the stages of development through which your child passes whilst at Warwick Central State School will occur only once in his or her lifetime.
Education is a partnership between parent and school, and is best fostered by two-way communication. Feel free to contact us immediately you have any questions, concerns or positive perceptions.
Address: Cnr Guy & Percy Streets Warwick 4370
Postal Address: PO Box 217 Warwick 4370
Glennie Heights State School
Karara State School
St Patrick’s School
St Mary’s Primary School
Welcome to St Mary’s Catholic Primary School Warwick, one of Warwick’s finest primary schools. Under the umbrella of the Toowoomba Diocesan Catholic Education Office, we are a Parish School, part of the St Mary’s Parish, Warwick. Our Parish Priest, Fr Franco Filipetto, supports the pastoral role of the school.
The school offers a professional and dedicated staff who endeavour to deliver a curriculum which is both exciting and innovative. We have a very real commitment to the basics of literacy and numeracy. We complement this by also addressing other key areas of learning to provide a wonderful all-round education for the children in our care.
St Mary’s School is proud of its history of providing high quality education in an environment of the Catholic tradition. Our school is committed to meeting the challenges of education today and in the future in order to provide students with the skills necessary to progress further along the life-long journey of education and learning.
163 Palmerin Street, Warwick Q 4370 | PO Box 555, Warwick Q 4370
Phone: 07 4661 1872 | Fax: 07 4661 4809
The School of Total Education
SOTE is an independent school drawing on the philosophy of Total Education created by Vijayadev Yogendra. SOTE features small class sizes, weekly parenting programs and a vibrant, extended community of care. Our focus is on nurturing each child’s character while instilling a love for learning and solid academic skills.
2 Freestone Road Warwick Queensland 4370
t: 07 4661 2666
f: 07 4661 4894
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SCOTS PGC College
SCOTS PGC College is a leading private co-educational day and boarding school catering for over 400 students from Prep to Year 12. We strive to provide an education where country values inspire excellence and students will be prepared fully for their future. Every student is an individual and their education must reflect this. Our role is to provide support, challenges and opportunities for every student to develop to their potential.
60 Oxenham Street Warwick Queensland 4370
Phone: +61 7 4666 9811
Fax: +61 7 4666 9812
Assumption College Warwick
The staff of Assumption College have a deep passion for ensuring that each student is provided with the opportunity to engage in a quality holistic Catholic education. As an active learner at Assumption College each student is challenged to achieve to their personal level of excellence in areas of Faith, Academia, Culture and Sport; so that they can fulfil their dreams.
This passion for providing a holistic education combined with a commitment to the ongoing development of modern educational facilities and the prioritization of the allocation of resources to improving student outcomes, makes Assumption College a great school community to be part of.
6 Locke Street Warwick QLD 4370
Phone: 07 4660 4000
Fax: 07 4660 4099
Warwick Christian College
Warwick Christian College strives to create a non-denominational Christian ethos, catering for students / families from a wider variety of Christian backgrounds. In the interest of Christian unity, issues about which Christians differ are avoided. Beliefs, doctrines and practices contrary to the Statement of Faith will not be allowed within the College. It is required that parents, who are new to the evangelical Christian faith undertake a “Christianity Explained” course during their child’s/children’s first semester at the College. This is important because parents need to understand the College’s Christian goals & ethos, and know what their children are learning about the Christian faith. The Christian beliefs on what the College’s ethos is based are stated in our Statement of Faith.
70 Horsman Rd Warwick QLD 4370
PO Box 950 WARWICK QLD 4370
Phone: 4661 7554
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