Kingscliff High School, located in the Far North Coast (1100 students, including 15% Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students) provides comprehensive, engaging and authentic learning opportunities to the young people of the Tweed Coast communities. We do this by ensuring that each student’s learning journey:
· is centred on an individual’s growth,
· is real world and relevant,
· relies upon respectful relationships,
· is driven by passion and aspiration,
· is celebrated.
Our school’s priorities are centred on authentic student engagement in learning in an environment where every student is known, valued and cared for. In order to achieve this we are focused on student agency in learning, innovative practice in both the classroom and curriculum design, engagement with our broader community and the purposeful use of digital technology in learning.
Kingscliff High School benefits from dynamic and meaningful partnerships with our neighbouring primary schools through the Coastal Learning Community and with our neighbouring public high schools as part of the Tweed 5 (T5) network.
Our school is particularly grateful for the strong support we receive from our community, exemplified by our energetic and supportive P&C.