Small school, big goals
MONTO State High School is an integral member of the community as the school looks to the future with confidence.
The dedication of staff to provide a secure nurturing environment for all students ensures that those who graduate from Monto State High School are well prepared for all life has to offer.
The trade training centre has been completed and is now teaching certificate courses in engineering, furnishings and automotive.
An interactive languages laboratory was completed last year.
With a diverse range of subjects on offer including the arts, music and agriculture the school is able to cater to the diverse interests of students in small classes with excellent teachers.
High numbers of students have gone on to university and done particularly well, including most recently a doctor.
From a small enrolment of 138 students the school has punched above its weight such as in the Cattle Club achieving first place in Junior Judging at Rockhampton’s Beef Week.
On the sporting field the school has seven representatives on the Wide Bay team at this year’s State Secondary Schools Track and Field Titles.
The school is an active member of the community, taking part in events and charitable causes such as 40 Hour Famine and Relay For Life.
■ For further information about the Monto State High School call 4166 9555.
CHARITABLE TRADESMAN: Alistaire Whitley working in Monto State High School’s Trade Training Centre on his wheels for the Relay For Life.