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Newly Enrolled Students

​​​​​​​​​​​​​Brisbane State High School welcomes new students and their families to our community.

This page includes important information for new students starting at our school. 

​Year 7, 2019, Resources​​

Information provided during the Year 7, 2019, Curriculum & Extra-Curricular Showcase held on Tuesday 28 August 2018 and relevant documentation is available below: 

Transition Interview - Year 7, 2019

An interview with families joining our State High community in 2019 is required for all students. The interview will be held with a Head of Program to discuss the students’ learning and ensure a smooth transition to State High.

Venue: H Block Reception – Merivale Street Campus. Entry via Gate M7.

Parking: No parking is available at Brisbane State High School. Click here for local parking information.

Interview Preparation:

  • both parents are encouraged to attend if possible
  • student must be in attendance.

Required documents:

  • Semester 1 2018 School Report (photocopy)
  • Medical Action Plan (if applicable)
  • Individual Learning Plan (if applicable).

Further information on how to book for the Transition Interview will be communicated to each family. 

Year 7, 2019 Instrumental Music Program 

Brisbane State High School is proud to offer a comprehensive Instrumental Music Program. The school runs a variety of ensembles that cater for all band and orchestral instruments with specialist tuition available on all orchestral instruments. 

For more information, please view Year 7 2019 Instrumental Music Program​.

Year 7 2019 Instrumental Music Program Expression of Interest (fillable form).

Please return the Expression of Interest (fillable form) to by 12 September 2018.​​

Year 6 Conditional Enrolment - Aspiring Minds Program

‘Conditional enrolment’ requires students to commit to and participate in the Aspiring Minds Program during Year 6.
The Aspiring Minds Program engages students in:

  • higher-order, creative and lateral thinking skills and processes
  • problem-solving and decision-making
  • complexity of challenge
  • appropriate degrees of independence and learning to work interdependently.

Students completing the Aspiring Minds Program must maintain a high level of participation and achievement to maintain their ‘conditional enrolment’ status.

During Year 6, ‘conditional enrolment’ students will be asked to provide evidence from their primary school of levels of achievement.

Year 6, semester 1 reports confirming sustained high standards of commitment, behaviour and academic performance are necessary before the enrolment becomes unconditional.​

Aspiring Minds 2019

The 2019 Aspiring Minds Parent Information Session presentation can be viewed on the below link:

2019 Aspiring Minds Parent Information

Please note that there are no further enrolments into the Aspiring Minds program for this year. ​​​​​