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Open Days

Tuesday 03 March and Thursday 07 May 2020

Parents and caregivers wishing to learn more about Mount Gravatt High School's programs are welcome to attend our Open Day.
Information sessions, followed by a tour of the school and light refreshments, will be held on Tuesday 03 March and Thursday 07 May.
Time: 9:00am (approximate finish time 11:00am)
Venue: School Hall - Creighton Street entrance.
All Welcome  

Why Parents Choose Mount Gravatt High

Mount Gravatt High continues to resonate as a high performing high expectation school with families across the southern corridor of Brisbane.

We have become well known for our excellent culture of learning, inclusiveness and very high standards. Our families are not only attracted by our outstanding student outcomes but also for the care and attention we give to every student to succeed to their potential.

Our positive learning culture is exceptional with students learning in a well maintained and pleasant physical learning environment. Digitally rich learning, effective quality teaching and positive respectful relationships characterize our school.

I believe that students should be able to enjoy disruption free classrooms, with every available learning minute focused on learning, this remains my focus in 2020. As a result of this learning culture and high standards, strong academic performance, outstanding conduct and dedication to learning is constantly achieved by our students. In 2019 1 in 4 Year 12 students received an OP 5 or less, 100% of students gained a QCE and on average 90 % of all students achieved an academic performance of a “C” grade or better. In addition to our learning achievements and high standards we are also known for our strength of community which is underpinned by our four Pillars of Learning, Academic Performance, Culture, Sport and Community. This approach sets a frame for every child to connect with learning, develop their aptitudes and skills, and be challenged and acknowledged for their successes. I strongly believe that for students to succeed in their learning they must feel socially and emotionally secure in and connected to their place of learning.

In 2019 we were able to acknowledge a number of students who had achieved state and national recognition across all pillars. Growing programs like STEM, Instrumental Music, Robotics, Drama and Dance as well as our academic excellence program Edge complement our enrolment management plan. We encourage all interested families to visit our school on Open Days as our enrolment process for 2021 will begin later this term.

Ross Robertson


"Let us seek worthy things"