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Student services and support programs

​Victoria Point State High School offers students and their families a range of support sevices including;

  • Chaplain


    ​Victoria Point State High School currently has no active Chaplaincy service.

  • Guidance officer

    Guidance officer

    ​Guidance Officers are employed by the Department of Education and Training to assist students and their families. Guidance Officers are registered teachers and possess appropriate post graduate qualifications.

  • Indigenous education officer

    Indigenous education officer

    ​The school's Indigenous education officer provides individual or group educational support for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander students.

  • School based youth health nurse

    School based youth health nurse

    The School Based Youth Health Nurse (SBYHN) is a registered nurse employed by Queensland Health to work at Victoria Point State High chool in conjunction with the students, staff and parents to promote health and wellbeing.

  • Special education program

    Special education program

    A Special Education Program (SEP) operates within the school. It provides Individual Curriculum Plans (ICP’s) and Individual Support Programs (ISP’s) for students with a verified disability.

  • Student mentors

    Student mentors

    ​Mentoring helps to meet the social and emotional needs of young people, through the creation of a supportive environment, and thus provides an important foundation for young people to take greater advantage of their education.

  • Work education officer

    Work education officer

    ​The Work education officer works with students in year 10, 11 and 12 in helping them find suitable workplace training and employment.