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Mission and values

School Profile
Sarina State High School is a coeducational school of approximately 750 students in Years 7-12, with 15% identifying as Indigenous. Serving a rural community to the immediate south of Mackay, many students travel to school by bus from up to 100 km away.
Our school emphasises a culture of high expectations. Our varied curriculum caters for targeted learning needs and enables students’ opportunities to progress and explore personalised pathways. Our strong and positive links within the local community have formed a strong foundation to allow for work placements, school base apprenticeships and traineeships.
Our teaching vision:
• Inspirational teaching and quality learning are the cornerstones of the school.
• Our focus remains firmly on all students- ensuring all students have equal opportunity, are encouraged and focused to do their very best, always giving 100%.
• We believe that learning is enhanced when there is a good working partnership between parent, teacher and student. If all aspire to, and work towards a common goal, lifelong learning prospers.
Be respectful: Act as you would like to be treated
Be a learner: Nothing but your best
Be responsible: Be accountable for your actions
Be safe: Always be careful