The vision of our North Rockhampton State High School community is to achieve the highest possible quality educational outcomes for each student. Our key priorities are Implementing the Australian Curriculum and creating a culture that promotes learning for all students. Our focus is feedback for learning and other priorities include: high order thinking, academic writing, wellbeing, good manners and distance travelled.
At North Rockhampton High School we believe that the capacity for:
learning (critical, creative and reflective thought)
are uniquely human attributes for young people.
We aim to provide a balance of academic, sporting and cultural opportunities for our young people to support and enhance their talents and potentials. We aim to promote and inspire a passion for life-long learning.
Our educational priorities for all our young people are to improve attendance, attain 100% of Year 12's exiting with a QCE, QCIA and/or VET qualification, improve writing performance and participate in the Community of Practice for the teaching and learning of Mathematics. We aim to see distance travelled forward, no matter where students start on the academic ladder. All students are required to exit school with a sound work ethic, Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) or QCIA and/or an ATAR.