Beerwah State High School is a secondary education facility offering a quality education for years 7 to 12. Since we opened in 1992, Beerwah State High School has built a reputation as a safe, caring and supportive school and is recognised across the Sunshine Coast as a leader in secondary schooling.
Our staff are committed to providing quality public education and have high personal expectations. The school culture is founded upon a respect for tradition, recognition and encouragement of effort and preparation for success on graduating from school. In the day to day life of the school attention to detail “the little things matter" and “time and place” are important principles.
The Principal (Lyn McDonald) is supported by two Deputy Principals, a Business Services Manager, ten Heads of Department and six Head of Years in providing a comprehensive leadership structure for supporting students and managing all services. The school is organised into four sub schools as the basis for student support and welfare.
The Student Council and Parents’ and Citizens’ Association contribute to and support the leadership of our school. Beerwah State High School is a modern design secondary school with extensive landscaping and well-maintained facilities. The school possesses many specialist buildings including science, computers, manual arts, art, music, home economics, resource centre, performing arts theatre and indoor stadium as well as three general learning area buildings.