Bundamba State Secondary College

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Bundamba State Secondary College
South-East Queensland
Bundamba, Queensland, Australia
Motto Success With Honour
Established January 27, 1970
School number 2000
Principal Kathy Morrison
Grades 7-12
Enrolment 879 (2016)
Hours in school day 6
Sports Soccer, Cricket

Bundamba State Secondary College (previously Bundamba State High School) is a Queensland public secondary school in the Ipswich suburb of Bundamba. The High School was founded in 1970 and named after its situated suburb of Bundamba.

Bundamba State Secondary College is known for its multiculturalism. Its students' cultural backgrounds include Indigenous Australian, Polynesian, Torres Strait Islanders, Chinese, German, Indian, African, Russian and Slovak.

The high school is relatively close to the Ipswich Racecourse, Bundamba railway station, The Bremer Institute of TAFE and the Ipswich Motorway.

Name change[edit]

In 2002 Bundamba State High School introduced a name change and therefore is now recognised as Bundamba State Secondary College for the first time since its inception in 1970.

  • 1970–2002: Bundamba State High School (BSHS)
  • 2002–present: Bundamba State Secondary College (BSSC)

Notable alumni[edit]

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Coordinates: 27°36′52.88″S 152°48′47.26″E / 27.6146889°S 152.8131278°E / -27.6146889; 152.8131278