Everton Park State High School

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Everton Park State High School
Brisbane, QLD
Coordinates 27°24′30″S 152°59′51″E / 27.4082°S 152.9976°E / -27.4082; 152.9976Coordinates: 27°24′30″S 152°59′51″E / 27.4082°S 152.9976°E / -27.4082; 152.9976
Type Co-ed state senior
Motto Creating Bright Futures
Established 1961
Principal Sue Wallace
Grades 7–12
Campus Everton Park

Everton Park State High School is a small school consisting of approximately 300 students located in the northern suburbs of Brisbane, Australia. The Queensland Government gazettal proclamation of 22 September 1960 announced the opening of a Stafford State High School for the beginning of 1961. The school was renamed Everton Park State High School by gazettal proclamation dated 8 December 1960 and opened 23 January 1961 under this name. The actor Geoffrey Rush is one of the school's more notable alumni.[1]

The Metropolitan Region Music Resource Centre is co-located with the school.[2]

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d e "School History". Everton Park State High School. Archived from the original on 20 May 2009. Retrieved 4 November 2013. 
  2. ^ "Music Resource Centre". Department of Education and Training. Retrieved 22 May 2017. 

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