‘Making a difference today…for tomorrow’
At Caboolture, all students are encouraged to achieve their personal best and strive for excellence in all they do. Pastoral care supports student growth and our school-wide behaviour expectations foster and promote citizenship through respect for self, others and the environment. Active participation in our school community is possible through a wide range of extra-curricular activities including leadership development, debating, competitions, committees, sports, arts activities and trips to both Australian and overseas destinations.
Offering a broad curriculum at Caboolture State High School enables our students to prepare for diverse futures from tertiary studies, to apprenticeships, to direct entry into the workforce. Tailored learning goals are set through our comprehensive career program while ongoing monitoring of results allows us to work closely with students to help them achieve and revise their goals.
Caboolture State High School's signature programs include Agriculture, LearnIT, BYOD and the College of Civil Infrastructure and Construction (CCIC).
Alternative pathways of study for our community
- Agriculture - this faculty has a rich history of RNA and regional show success and provides students with a highly practical, extra-curricular experience.
- LearnIT - students can apply to participate in LearnIT, our ICT immersion program, which has been operating in the junior school since 2002. This program gives students the opportunity to learn innovatively via a laptop computer while working towards a Certificate ll in IT by the end of Year 10.
- BYOD@CSHS - Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) supports the delivery of 21st century learning. Students have a number of options for taking charge of their learning through the use of portable, privately-owned technology.