North Lakes State College

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North Lakes State College
North Lakes College (2002-2003)
Address
Joyner Circuit, North Lakes
Moreton Bay
North Lakes, Queensland, QLD 4509, Australia
Coordinates 27°14′14″S 153°01′30″E / 27.237283°S 153.024879°E / -27.237283; 153.024879Coordinates: 27°14′14″S 153°01′30″E / 27.237283°S 153.024879°E / -27.237283; 153.024879
Information
School type State Government, State School
Motto Learn, Lead and Succeed
Religious affiliation(s) n/a
Established 2002
Founded 2001
Opened 2002
Founder Paula Anderson
Principal Tracy Corsbie (2008 - present)
Principal Paula Anderson
Principal Mrs Braithwaite
Principal Mr Campling
Principal Tracy Corsbie
Chaplain Jendy
Staff Staff of over 220
Years offered pre–12
Gender co-educational
Number of students around 2900
Average class size 27
Hours in school day 8:30 - 2:40 (years P-3) 8:45-3:00 (Years 4-12)
Campuses 2 campuses
Area North Lakes
Houses Kinsellas, Halpine, Anzac and Discovery
Colour(s) Kinsellas = Purple, Halpine = White, Anzac = Navy,Discovery = Jade
Slogan See Motto
Song North Lakes State College Anthem
Mascot Kinsellas = Kookaburra, Halpine = Hawks, Anzac = Ants, Discovery = Dragons
Website

North Lakes State College is a State School that offers education for both boys and girls from the Preparatory school year through to Year 12.

The College has four phases of learning - Early Phase (Prep to Year 3), Lower Middle Phase (Year 4 to Year 6), Upper Middle Phase (Year 7 to Year 9) and Senior Phase (Year 10 to Year 12).

North Lakes State College is a school with a student population of over 2800 students currently (2014) and is estimated to drop by 2016 since new schools are opening

North Lakes State College partakes in several specialist programs such as : Dance, Signature Soccer, Robotics, Instrumental music (Wind Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble and String Ensemle)and Italian Immersion (Maths, Science and S.O.S.E are learnt in full Italian from grades 7-9) [1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "North Lakes State College - Our History". Retrieved 2011-02-22. 

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