A state school with high standards beyond expectations
Victoria Point State High School offers students and their families a range of support sevices including;
Victoria Point State High School currently has no active Chaplaincy service.
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.
The school's Indigenous education officer provides individual or group educational support for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander students.
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.
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.
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.
The Work education officer works with students in year 10, 11 and 12 in helping them find suitable workplace training and employment.
Promotes the active participation of young people in business.
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