4 Year School Strategic Plan 2018 - 2021

Loganlea State High School is a coeducational school for years 7 to 12, with an enrolment of 661 students. Loganlea SHS is a dynamic, futures-focused learning community, committed to empowering our students to succeed.
Our high expectations are reflected in the School Motto, 'To The Stars', whilst the school's responsiveness and inclusivepractices have been captured in our school's vision, 'Making a Difference For Every Student'.
We offer a diverse range of opportunities and educational experiences designed to empower each student to achieve across a range of sporting, cultural, vocational and academic pursuits. We are a Gateway school of Excellence in Agribusiness and deliver Hospitality Courses through our purpose built Trade Training Centre. Our Programs of
Excellence include: Agribusiness, Signature Academic Excellence, STEM, Dance, Rugby League and the Loganlea Youth Development Program (Surf Lifesaving).
Our LOTE program in Chinese language and our sister school relationship with Tsz-Shiou Senior High in Taipei give students opportunities to excel in a second language. Our Centre for Excellence in Indigenous Education - Knowledge House, ensures a high level of academic, cultural and pastoral support for our Indigenous students and families. Our Connections Office provides excellent pathways to School-based Apprenticeships and Traineeships and to work and further study.
We are part of a global community and value our learning partnerships within the school community and beyond. Our school has strong community connections and fosters a desire in students to "give back" to their community through a range of programs including a Certificate II in Active Volunteering, Certificate II in Outdoor recreation and Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management. Through our partnership with Kirra Surf Lifesaving Club, students can achieve Certifcate II in Public Safety and undertake weekend surf patrols. Through our Certificate II in Active Volunteering, students have various opportunities to volunteer for community organisations including Meals on Wheels, Life Saving Queensland, Land Care, Quota International and Scripture Union.
Taking advantage of our unique and expansive grounds, we are leaders in learning in the Natural Environment. We advocate for nature-based learning across all curriculum areas and involve students in beach and bush environmental awareness camps wherever possible. We base this on extensive research about the benefits of spending time in natural outdoor settings for learning, engagement and well-being as well as improving engagement in regular classroom learning environments. Our quality corporate, industry and community partnerships provide students with extensive of support, leadership, extra curricular and post-school opportunities.
STEM, Gifted and Talented programs, Extra-curricular activities, Leadership Development and environmental education programs are available to meet student needs and interests as well as develop their strengths. In our Student Services Precinct, dedicated student support staff are co-located along with Knowledge House Centre for Excellence in Indigenous education to ensure wrap-around support and quality service delivery to meet every students' cultural, social and emotional learning needs. Our learning Engagement Centre provides extensive support for students with diverse learning needs.
High Expectations is our mantra - high expectations learning, behaviour, uniform, community partnerships and personalised learning pathways for all.
We are a Positive Behaviour for Learning school and our school-wide expectations of 'safe, respectful learners' guide our behaviours and our actions.
Last reviewed 11 December 2019
Last updated 11 December 2019