Redlynch State College

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Principal's Welcome

​​Redlynch State College has a proud history of academic success, sporting prowess, community support and parent involvement. The school was first opened on the original school site in 1932, after 5 years of lobbying by the local community. The school opened with an enrolment of 80 students. This strong community link has been a recurrent feature of our school community.

The College’s vision 'Learning in our Valley, Thinking beyond the Hills' is supported by our school-wide pedagogy of Relationships, Success, Connections, Equity and Quality (RSCEQ). These pedagogies underpin the learning activities that we as a College provide across all phases of learning, i.e. Early, Junior Secondary and Senior Secondary. We aim to ensure that every student from Prep to Year 12 experience a curriculum that focuses on their future and prepares them to succeed in their field of choice. The College curriculum aligns with the Australian curriculum.

Redlynch SC continues to focus on High Yield teaching and learning to support a more explicit model of teaching. Teachers have a deep understanding of student data and use this effectively to differentiate the learning to meet all student’s needs. The College places a high importance on effective behaviour strategies and all staff operate within the Colleges “Positive Behaviour for Learning” philosophy.

The Redlynch area has a high socio-economic status with the majority of students coming from professional and small business backgrounds. The College has recently enacted an enrolment management plan to help manage the growth of the school to remain within its 2,150 student capacity.

The College has a range of pastoral care programs to support students, staff and parents. We have an established Guidance Officer service with 2 officers servicing both campuses, a Chaplain, a school based Health Nurse, a Well-being Officer supporting students and parents, Student Support Committees, an integrated Positive Behaviour for Learning Program, a P-6 ‘Kids Matter’ program, a ‘You Can Do It’ Program plus a range of other short course programs run on and off campus for students who require specialised support. School Opinion Surveys report high levels of morale for staff and high levels of students’ acceptance for their school.

At the College, the education of every student is seen as a 3 way partnership. We aim to support this partnership with the student, teacher and parent at all times. Three way parent/student and teacher conferences are held twice yearly, parent-teacher information nights, written Semester Reports, interim reports for Years 7-12, Open Nights, Information Sessions and weekly newsletters all help to keep parents informed. I encourage all parents and carers to become involved in the school to help ensure a successful transition through schooling and beyond.

I hope you enjoy finding out more about our College, you can take a 3D tour of our college facilities online, and I encourage you to view our website and Facebook page.

Three reasons to choose Redlynch State College

  1. ​Complete prep to yr12 schooling at a recognised high performing educational institute with strong student, family and community connections
  2. We offer a unique learning program with seamless blending of academic rigor, high class vocational training and a pastoral care program that supports student achievement
  3. Established excellence and extension programs delivered through quality teaching and learning practices

School Information

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​Redlynch is a modern school in a majestic setting in the Redlynch Valley with beautiful rainforest and mountain views. We have a history of academic success, sporting prowess, community support and parent involvement. Our school aims to prepare every student from Prep to Year 12 for their future and to succeed in their field of choice. The College has a very supportive and friendly school environment with clear student expectations on academic, social and cultural outcomes. We are committed to establishing and resourcing key roles to support the implementation of our international programs. The College’s vision ‘Learning in our Valley, Thinking beyond the Hills’ is supported by the school-wide pedagogy of Relationships, Success, Connections, Equity and Quality.

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Homestay

Homestay* enables EQI students to truly experience Australia's famous lifestyle.

By living with an Australian host family international students become part of the local community and have a fantastic opportunity to practise their English in a safe and caring home environment. International students often develop lasting friendships with their homestay families.

  • Students have their own bedroom with study facilities, three meals a day, and access to transport to and from school, and to school activities
  • Host families are carefully selected from within the school community and undergo a police check as required by Queensland law

Standard Homestay fees have been set and these are listed on the EQI program fees page.

Read more about accommodation and welfare.

* Students enrolled in Primary School must live with a parent or close relative as defined by the Australian Immigration Regulations.

University or vocational pathways

School facilities

  • ​Modern Learning Centres containing Wi-Fi, digital projectors and Smart Boards
  • Performing Arts Complex
  • Hospitality / Catering Centre
  • Practical Arts Centre
  • Creative and Industrial Technologies Centres
  • Multi-Purpose Sports Centre

Extracurricular activities

  • ​Arts evenings and events  
  • College Family Festival
  • Public Speaking Competitions
  • Opti-MINDS Creative Sustainability Challenge
  • Chess Club
  • Student Council
  • Instrumental Music
  • College Choir
  • Ski Trip to New Zealand
  • World Challenge program

Holiday adventure programs

EQI Holiday Adventure Programs are an exciting and safe way for International Students to travel and sightsee during school holidays.

There's an EQI adventure to suit every taste - from visiting city landmarks and riding camels on an unforgettable Australian 'outback' adventure, to exploring ancient rainforests and swimming with turtles off Queensland's pristine white sand beaches.

All EQI Holiday Adventures are fully guided and escorted by qualified Queensland Government teachers and staff to ensure student safety. These programs are open to international students enrolled in an EQI high school, and additional fees apply. To find out more visit the holiday programs page

Languages

  • ​Japanese
  • French

Special programs

  • Outdoor recreation
  • Redlynch Arts Course of Excellence (RACE): visual arts, drama and live production and services
  • Science Excellence program
  • Music Excellence at Redlynch (MExAR)
  • Extension science class
  • Health and physical education (HPE) extension
  • Mathematics extension
  • Japanese extension (primary)
  • School wellbeing program
  • Student mentoring program
  • Rugby league program
  • Vocational training pathways in hospitality, engineering, fitness, outdoor recreation
  • School-based traineeships and apprenticeships

Disclaimer

The information and data in this webpage is subject to change without notice. Before submitting your application, if you are interested in:

  • a particular subject, sport, program or extracurricular activity offered by an EQI school; or
  • particular school facilities;

please contact EQI or the school directly to confirm it will be offered and/or available in the year you intend to study.

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Last reviewed 06 October 2017
Last updated 06 October 2017