When originally designed, Loganlea SHS had the good fortune to have been sited on one of the most attractive natural settings in the district. This fact, together with the size of the  campus, contributes to the  feeling of space and calm that is characteristic of the school community. Loganlea SHS has pursued a targeted facilities improvement program aligning with the latest developments in educational resources.

These features have enabled the school to create a variety of specialist teaching facilities that support the diversity of curriculum. Examples of this diversity include:

A Junior Secondary Precinct co-locating year 7 and 8 in an environment, featuring flexible learning spaces, colourful and modern furnishings, interactive technologies and physical resources to enhance learning. Toilets for junior secondary students are located within this block and are supervised by staff during break times.

Our state of the art science laboratories, re-developed with Building the Education Revolution funding, underpins an enquiry based approach to learning. This focus has increased both the engagement and skills of students pursuing careers in the sciences and scientific measurement areas.

As a Gateway School to Agribusiness, our 40 hectare agricultural training facility supports a range of plant and animal programs and uses industry specific machinery to enable students to develop skills in farm operations.

Knowledge House, our centre for excellence in indigenous education, is a shared cultural space designed as a meeting point for both indigenous and non-indigenous students and features a Community Yarning Circle and Bush Tucker garden.

Our dedicated Wellbeing Hub  co-locates the variety of student support services personnel (listed overleaf) and ensures that students' needs are met.

Our Hospitality Trade Training Centre features an industry standard kitchen supporting back-of-house training to complete a Certificate II in Kitchen Operations. The Restaurant "Campfire Dreaming" Overlooks the community Yarning Circle and plays a significant role in supporting students to gain Certificate II in Hospitality. 

Our E-learning Centre, re-developed through Building the Education Revolution funding, has moved the school forward from a paper bound library to a modern technology based space featuring online learning, e-books, and interactive technologies.

Our school sporting facilities feature extensive grass playing fields and multi-sport hard court surfaces, a new weights and fitness gymnasium, indoor sports centre, general play areas and handball courts.

Our newly refurbished "B" Block designed to meet the needs of our growing Performing Arts area, featuring new drama, dance and music teaching spaces. 

Our school also supports a wide range of additional specialist facilities including performing arts spaces such as the "Dance Shack", technology workshops developing a range of fabrication skills and dedicated IT rooms supporting key Business, Digital Art and Film and Television video editing platforms.


Last reviewed 24 February 2021
Last updated 24 February 2021