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Loganlea State High School
Our beautiful coeducational school is situated on 56 hectares of prime river front land. It is a vibrant, centrally located high school in Logan City, with an enrolment of approximately 650 students in years 7 to 12, from a variety of cultural backgrounds.
Our aim is to provide the best education possible to all students, so that they may become active and resilient citizens of the future, living out the school’s vision of “… making a difference for every student”. In this way, we seek to provide a well-rounded education with opportunities for intellectual, social and emotional development throughout the six vital years of high school.
Our diverse curriculum programs cater for each individual student and the academic program is complemented by sporting, cultural, recreational and leadership activities.  At Loganlea SHS, we recognise that everyone is different, and that it is that difference that enriches our community. We want our students to challenge their minds, release their creativity, and embrace lifelong learning and growth.
At Loganlea SHS we are privileged to have enthusiastic and talented staff dedicated to teaching your children. It is with their help, support and guidance that your child will reach their full potential. As a community, we seek to work seamlessly with our families, the students and the school.
Loganlea SHS has outstanding facilities that support learning experiences unparalleled in other school sites, such as air conditioned high-tech classrooms, the award-winning Agriculture facility, and the “Campfire Dreaming” Restaurant, an industry standard Trade Training Centre in Hospitality. In addition the school’s Connections program for senior phase students, offers opportunities for early access to traineeships and apprenticeships. In these and many other unique ways, we recognise the talents of all students and provide opportunities for them to be further developed.
Taking advantage of the school’s unique and expansive grounds, we are leaders of learning in the Natural Environment. We advocate for nature-based learning across all curriculum areas and involve students in beach and bush camps wherever possible. We base this choice of learning approach on extensive research which shows the benefits of spending time in natural outdoor settings for learning and well-being, as well as improving student engagement in both classroom and outdoor settings.
Loganlea State High School is also well known for a range of other innovative specialist programs including targeted Literacy and Numeracy Enhancement affiliated with QUT, the Signature Excellence Program affiliated with the University of Queensland, the Performance Dance Troupe, Sport Development Programs, Knowledge House (Centre for Excellence in Indigenous Education) and is the only “metropolitan” Gateway School of Agribusiness.
Extensive partnership programs underpin and extend the work accomplished in classrooms. Significant corporate and industry partners include Beacon, the Australian Business Community Network (leadership mentoring), the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME), Surf Life Saving Queensland (supporting the school’s iconic Logan Youth Development Program) and Griffith University (Business Program). These key partners provide significant opportunities and connections for our students, including preferred enrolment opportunities and guaranteed placements with Griffith University and the University of Queensland.
If you would like further information about our great school, we encourage you to read through our prospectus. I look forward to being an integral part of your child’s education.
Come and experience “the Loganlea Way”.
Brenton Farleigh
Principal - Loganlea SHS
​Loganlea State High School consistently provides the best outcomes for all of our graduating year 12 students (100% of students leaving with a QCE and VET qualification (2014-2018)
- Source QCAA Year 12 Outcomes Report 2014-2018)
Dear Parent / Carer

The Queensland Government is undertaking a review of NAPLAN in the Queensland context, 
to better understand the impacts NAPLAN is having on learning and teaching in the state. 
The first stage of the Review, conducted in June 2018, focused on consultation with parents.
The second stage is now underway, with consultation extending to students, teachers, principals and other key education stakeholders across Queensland.
Queensland students in years 3 to 10 are now invited to provide feedback on their experiences with NAPLAN, via an online survey. Students wishing to participate will require the consent of a parent or carer, who can assist with completing the survey at home.
The survey link is available at
This project has received ethical clearance from both the Australian Catholic University and the Department of Education. Further information on the student survey and the Review are provided within the survey link.
Maria Doblo
Deputy Principal





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