Glenala State High School offers students the opportunity to excel academically, culturally, in service to others and on the sporting fields. The school is a growing, modern and dynamic high school with high expectations for all students and staff. A strong culture of learning is evident across the school. Glenala caters for a diverse range of learners from a variety of cultural backgrounds. We take pride in our physical environment with beautiful grounds and modern, well maintained and equipped classrooms. We have a predicted enrolment of 800 students in 2017 and 100 staff work at the school.
We are very proud of our
student learning outcomes in 2016. One hundred percent of our Year 12
students received a Queensland Certificate of Education. 91% of our
tertiary bound Year 12 Students received QTAC offers. For the second year
in a row Glenala State High School has received an OP1. This is an
outstanding result and history is clearly being made with this trend. Our
NAPLAN results were also pleasing with positive gains for students in all
fields. Our parents, staff and students all showed their high
satisfaction in the school with outstanding results in the 2016 School Opinion
At Glenala State High School our motto 'Believe and achieve and four values - 'Respect and responsibility, commitment to learning, pride and perseverance' guide us as to how we conduct ourselves and provide a common language in which to go about school business. These values are explicitly taught to our students and guided by the school wide positive behaviour philosophy which looks to bring the best out in our students. We have high expectations of our students in behaviour, effort and academic progress. We value input from parents and caregivers and believe the stronger the relationship between the school, the home and the student, the more likely the students will succeed.