Opportunity to go the extra mile
A DIVERSE curriculum is what gives Proserpine State High School students the opportunity to select from a wide range of possibilities and opportunities to experience success, pursue personal interests and achieve personal goals.
This is accomplished through an extensive academic program, sport and cultural activities, international experience, leadership and developing the mindset of community responsibility.
The school has an outstanding range of extra curricula activities that keep students engaged, motivated and challenged. They are proud to provide an educational experience for students with immense talent and capability to follow their dreams locally, nationally or internationally.
Students are already reaping the benefits.
Year 11 student Georgia Muller has been chosen to attend the National Youth Science Forum in Canberra in January for a 12-day science experience.
Brooklyn Lade was one of eight students across Queensland selected for the Premier’s Anzac Prize of 2017.
Taine Browne and Ben Cornish were selected in the Under 18 North Queensland School Rugby Union Team, playing State Titles in Brisbane.
Around 30 students took part in a Japanese Cultural Exchange Tour in January while being billeted by the families of sister school Asaka Nishi High School.
Numerous students also got an opportunity to attend the Art Cultural Tour to Melbourne.
They visited the National Gallery of Victoria to see the Van Gogh travelling exhibit.
Students participate in national and international trips.
Taine Browne and Ben Cornish in Brisbane.