Kelvin Grove State College

Kelvin Grove State College

Kelvin Grove State College

基本資料 | Information

Kelvin Grove State College is located at Kelvin Grove, Queensland three kilometres from Brisbane’s central business district and adjacent the Kelvin Grove campus of Queensland University of Technology (QUT).

It formed in 2002 with the amalgamation of Kelvin Grove State High School and Kelvin Grove State School and is one of the largest government educational institutions in Australia.[1] The school is recognised for its emphasis on the performing arts, achievements in all facets of school life and its cultural diversity reflecting the experience of inner city Brisbane communities.

The amalgamation was an initiative of the Government of Queensland's Smart State initiative. The name was voted upon by students, staff and administration in 2001 from a selection of choices. Thus, the school became a P-12 (prep to year twelve) school for state enrolments. The amalgamation also created 3 sub schools; 'The Junior School' catering for grades prep to 5, 'The Middle School' catering for grades 6 to 9 and 'The Senior School' catering for grades 10 to 12.[2]

In 2006 the school joined the Healthy State system and removed a large proportion of junk food including all soft drinks.

In 2016, Kelvin Grove State College became an independent public school.

In 2017, Kelvin Grove announced Michele Bridges as their Nutrition Ambassador for the Sporting Excellence programs.

制服介紹 | Uniform Intro

校園 | Campus