Established in 1967, Mirani State High School has developed a proud reputation for excellence in academic, cultural and sporting achievement. The school is located in the Pioneer Valley and draws students from 10 primary schools. With an enrolment of approximately 830 students, the school is small enough to provide a family-oriented environment, but large enough to offer a comprehensive range of subjects in vocational education as well as tertiary preparation. The school offers a wide range of educational programs which provide students with a balanced education for life in the 21st Century. We offer a range of Authority subjects and Authority registered subjects to meet the learning needs of our students.
Years 7 and 8 are viewed as part of the Junior School and Year 10 as preparation for Senior. A unique approach to the Year 7 curriculum is based on educational research about adolescence and the middle years of learning. Transition into secondary school is fostered by having teams of teachers timetabled for the Core Teaching Program. Flexible learning approaches to meet the diverse needs of students, as well as a nurturing environment, enables significant improvements in learning outcomes.
We aim to provide a supportive environment to enable all members of our school community to develop to their full potential. We encourage individual responsibility, self-discipline and care and respect for others.
At Mirani State High School, we are committed to providing all students with a quality secondary education.
We aim to:
- achieve excellence in teaching and learning
- produce quality outcomes for all students
- promote fair and equitable practices
- encourage partnerships between students, teachers and parents.
We are committed to:
- always producing the best in the interest of students
- providing quality learning experiences
- accepting responsibility for the outcomes of our work.