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Stuartholme School introduces Years 5 & 6

From 2024, Stuartholme School will welcome students in Year 5 as the first intake in its new Junior School. Acting Principal, Danny Crump said the introduction of Year 5 in 2024, and Year 6 in 2025, will provide students with a tailored Junior School program that allows them to develop a rich sense of community  Continue Reading »

Stuartholme staff and programs recognised

Stuartholme’s staff and programs continue to receive recognition from some of Australia’s leading industry groups for outstanding work. Australian Council for Educational Leaders – Pivotal People in Leadership Director of Studies, Shannon Lacey, was recently awarded the Australian Council for Educational Leaders (ACEL), in the Pivotal People in Leadership category. This award recognises Shannon’s outstanding  Continue Reading »

Principal Sharpe announces retirement

During her tenure, Ms Sharpe sustained the school through changes to federal funding, systemic educational change and ensured our school’s Master Plan continued to deliver outstanding facilities to our students. It is thanks to this transformative leadership that Stuartholme is well-positioned to continue to deliver world-class teaching and learning, comprehensive wellbeing programs and opportunities for  Continue Reading »

Students reimagining entrepreneurship with Religious Education

The word entrepreneurship was once firmly associated with business for profits, but students at Stuartholme School in Toowong, are pushing the boundaries and reimagining a world where entrepreneurship is a platform for social enterprise and change. Future Anything is working alongside Stuartholme School to complement the Social Justice unit in Yr 12 RE, by providing  Continue Reading »

Congratulations to the Class of 2021

Building on the long-standing tradition of academic excellence at Stuartholme School, we are proud to announce our 2021 graduates have achieved outstanding academic excellence. 100% (State average 93.5%) of our students attained their Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) Four of our students achieved straight A grades in all six of their General subjects (only 2.2%  Continue Reading »

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