Centenary Heights State High School, Toowoomba

Name: Centenary Heights State High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: 60 Ramsay Street
Town: Toowoomba
Postcode: 4350
State: Queensland
Region Darling Downs - SW Queensland
Phone: (07) 4636 7500
Fax: (07) 4636 7501
Email: info@centheigshs.eq.edu.au
Website: www.centheigshs.eq.edu.au
Pupils: 1151

Centenary Heights State High School is a Band 10 Secondary Schoollocated in the Toowoomba District and serves principally the urbancommunity of South-East Toowoomba. The school was opened in 1968 and isone of several state and private high schools which service Toowoombaand the surrounding districts. The school occupies a site ofapproximately 16 hectares in a residential area adjacent to theSouthtown Shopping Centre.

The school's mission is to provide a caring and supportive environmentwith learning experiences which motivate students to progress towardstheir full capacity as people and as learners.

 

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