Seek within strive beyond
School-based apprenticeships and traineeships allow students, Years 10, 11 and 12, to study for their Senior Certificate, while at the same time undertaking government approved and accredited training qualifications as paid employees.
The local community of churches provides a Chaplain for 5 days a week at Nerang State High School.
The Guidance Officer acts as counsellor, consultant and facilitator in both group and individual settings.
Indigenous Support aims to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to stay engaged with their education by providing them with access to in-class support and cultural activities in both school and community.
The Nerang Reading Project works towards improving the reading and learning capability of our students. It connects schools, volunteers and other government agencies to improve the educational outcomes of children.
An initiative of Education Queensland and the Department of Health has led to the placement of Youth Health Nurses in secondary schools.
Youth Support Co-ordinators (YSC) are employed by Wesley Mission Brisbane (on behalf of the State Government) to work in high schools and provide welfare related services to young people.
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