Wellington Point State High School

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Wellington Point State High School

Principal's Welcome

Welcome to Wellington Point State High, located in the beautiful Redlands Bay area.

Wellington Point is a waterfront suburb that is close to Brisbane yet retains a relaxed coastal atmosphere. Our school is an integral part of a close-knit, family-oriented community.

We pride ourselves on our values and strive to always be respectful, united, dynamic, selfless and determined. These values underpin our daily thoughts, behaviour and actions.

Our school offers modern 21st century learning supported by excellent resources and facilities. We provide a broad curriculum designed to nurture every student’s interests and potential, including elite academic, sporting and arts programs.

We provide challenge, offer opportunity and entrust responsibility so every student leaves our school having achieved their personal best.

Our goal is for every student to graduate with qualifications that will provide future academic, career and vocational pathways.

Dr Robyn Burton-Ree

School Information

Year established: 1988
Number of students: 935

Located on more than 26 acres of residential land on beautiful Moreton Bay, Wellington Point State High School is close to shops and public transport and offers a modern campus and broad curriculum to support learners.

We offer a wide range of mainstream academic subjects, special programs, vocational education programs, sporting and cultural activities. Our signature programs include academic leadership, STEM, elite sporting achievement and the arts.

Cultural diversity is one of our greatest strengths and we take a personalised approach to teaching that recognises every student’s interests and goals.

Our school motto is “Aim High”. We encourage students to apply themselves to succeed and graduate with qualifications that will provide them with opportunities for further study and rewarding careers.

University or vocational pathways

  • Frequent visits to universities and TAFE available
  • Year 12 students may undertake a university subject
  • University information sessions for students in Years 11 and 12
  • Accelerated learning pathways
  • School facilities

  • Multiple sports ovals and facilities
  • International room
  • Performing arts theatre
  • Canteen
  • Secure, gated community
  • Extracurricular activities

  • STEM groups
  • Special interest clubs such as chess and robotics
  • Music, including bands and instrumental groups
  • Dance
  • Sporting teams and competitions
  • Leadership programs and Student Council
  • Debating
  • School camps
  • Languages

  • Japanese
  • Special programs

  • ESAP (Elite Sporting Achievers Program)
  • ENCORE (Arts)
  • LEAP (Leadership, Enrichment, Acceleration Program)
  • BASE (after-school tutoring)
  • Certificates II in Building and Construction
  • Certificate II in Logistics
  • Certificate II in Health Support Services
  • Certificate III in Early Childhood and Care
  • Certificate I in Financial Services
  • Aquatic practices
  • Short course in literacy (transitional program into senior English courses)
  • Tuition Fees (2020)*

  • Year 7 - 10 = $14,640 per year
  • Year 11 - 12 = $16,552 per year

  • * Indicative fees only. Other fees or levies may apply. Please visit EQI for full fee schedule: https://eqi.com.au/study-options/fees

    School Entry Requirements

    Year 7 Year 8 Year 9 Year 10 Year 11
    HSP 1 HSP 1 HSP 2 HSP 3 HSP 4

    *HSP refers to BROWNS High School Preparation program

    Disclaimer: The information and data in this webpage is subject to change without notice. Before submitting your application, if you are interested in:
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  • particular school facilities;
  • please contact EQI or the school directly to confirm it will be offered and/or available in the year you intend to study.

    Last updated: 02/07/2019