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Why choose our school?

 
Our small school advantages…
 
Choosing a school is one of the most important decisions you can make for your child. In Logan City there are many choices of secondary schooling, enough to make it tough to decide! Logan high schools offer a variety of excellent academic, sporting and cultural programs and vary in size from 300 to almost 2000 students.
 
Like every secondary school Loganlea State High School offers a broad
academic program and an exciting range of co-curricular and extra -
curricular opportunities. However, we pride ourselves on an important difference…..we are small and we care!
 
Our vision is “Making a difference for every student” and as a smaller
school it is possible for “everyone to know everyone”. Our school
community is close-knit, friendly and supportive of all its members –
students, parents and staff. We value a strong sense of belonging and
positive partnerships and this enhances the learning experiences of our students.
At “super-sized” schools, students often report feeling like “just a
number”. At small schools like ours, your child will not “slip under the
radar”. Our staff ensure they know and connect with every student and their carers. We will work hard to meet both your child’s individual needs and your expectations of us.
 
In the Logan community our great school is well known for its caring
and supportive approach to education. This “care factor”, the broad
curriculum offerings available to students and our unique programs of excellence means significant numbers of our students choose to travel to our school by-passing geographically closer options to experience … The Loganlea Way.
 
In our “small school” learning environment, we hope you and your child will feel welcome and valued. Our vibrant and talented staff are
dedicated to teaching your children. It is with their help, support and
guidance that your child will reach their full potential.
 
 
Our Programs of Excellence

· Agribusiness – engaging students in the agribusiness industry,
with business partners and associated environmental concepts
 
· Rugby League – developing students’ leadership, motivation,
resilience and respect through a team culture and environment
 
· Logan Youth Development (Lifesaving) Program – developing
students’ leadership skills in the context of community service in
Surf Life Saving
 
· Signature: Reading and Writing – extending students’ capacity in
writing skills, higher order thinking and critical analysis
 
· STEM – refining students’ science, maths and technology skills
and promoting critical thinking and problem solving
 
· Dance – extending students’ repertoire, performance skills and
confidence in and through external dance competitions