Toolooa State High School, Gladstone

Name: Toolooa State High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: Philip Street
Town: Gladstone
Postcode: 4680
State: Queensland
Region Fitzroy-Central West
Phone: (07) 4971 4333
Fax: (07) 4971 4300
Pupils: 1001

Toolooa State High School opened in 1981 and has a student population in 2005 of approx. 880. The design of the school is the HS78 Model characterised by faculty buildings spread around the campus. Situated in South Gladstone, the school's boundary is the main highway of Benaraby Road and a major road, Philip Street.

Toolooa SHS is situated in Gladstone, Central Queensland. It has960 students that come from many diverse backgrounds. Gladstone's major industry includes the world's largest Alumina refinery, Queensland Alumina, and Australia's largest aluminium smelter, Boyne Smelters Limited. The regionís industry base also includes tourism, engineering, agriculture, forestry and fisheries.

The school strives to achieve:

††† * continual development of Literacy, Numeracy, Communication and Technology skills
††† * enhancing a sense of community through civic, social and human interactions
††† * evaluating, promotion of and dealing positively with change
††† * promoting personal responsibility and accountability
††† * promoting a positive work ethic and a healthy balanced life style
† * continuous improvement of future pathways for vocational training, workforce and higher education
††† * continued development of self-directed and group learning skills


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