Thuringowa State High School, Condon

Name: Thuringowa State High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: 26 - 54 Vickers Road South
Town: Condon
Postcode: 4815
State: Queensland
Region North Queensland
Phone: (07) 4773 5622
Fax: (07) 4773 1222
Pupils: 624

Thuringowa State High School is situated in Vickers Road South in the Upper Ross community of the Twin Cities Townsville/Thuringowa in the suburb of Condon.

It is a young school, which opened in 1987 with students in years 8, 9 and 11, and in its short history the school has developed some fine traditions for academic excellence, sporting and cultural achievement and vibrant community spirit. It is especially noted for its small size, range of opportunities, acclaimed Theatre Restaurant (State finalist in the inaugural Showcase Awards) and for a very successful and pioneering Vocational education program. 

Thuringowa High serves students in years 8 -12, predominantly from its neighbourhood suburbs of Condon, Rasmussen, Kelso, and Kirwan. Our students come from varied social, cultural and economic backgrounds and we provide initiatives designed to cater for the needs of all groups. The school has developed a strong tradition of providing its students with a large number of educational opportunities with an emphasis on development and extension of the individual.

At Thuringowa State High School we are committed to providing high quality education that makes a positive difference to the lives of our students. Our aim is to equip our students to contribute to a vibrant society, socially, economically and culturally.


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