Windaroo Valley State High School, Bahrs Scrub

Name: Windaroo Valley State High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: 240 Beenleigh Beaudesert Road
Town: Bahrs Scrub
Postcode: 4207
State: Queensland
Region South Coast
Phone: (07) 3804 2333
Fax: (07) 3804 2300
Pupils: 1099

Windaroo Valley High is a co-educational State High School located in the northern end of the Gold Coast, Logan Albert Beaudesert Education District and South Coast Region and services the communities of Windaroo, Mt Warren Park, Edens Landing, Beenleigh, Cedar Creek, Ormeau and Logan Village. The community consists of both established residential areas and areas of rapid growth. Students come from various socio-economic backgrounds in suburban and rural communities.

The school was established in 1994 and currently has approximately 1150 students in Years 8 - 12.

Windaroo Valley High is a leading technology school which offers an innovative curriculum with a futures orientation. Information and visual technology are integrated across the entire curriculum.


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