Mountain Creek State High School is situated on the Sunshine Coast, approximately 90km north of Brisbane.
With more than 1780 students in years 8–12, our school offers a range of programs which provide multiple pathways for the full range of students enrolled.
These programs include a focus on science, health science and engineering, Zenith, Young Scholars and Young Achievers’ programs and a Creative Industries Academy in the middle school, International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) in the senior school and a wide variety of sporting development programs including volleyball, basketball, rugby league and AFL.
We teach Japanese and Spanish in both the Queensland Studies Authority curriculum and the IBDP, and other languages are supported through the School of Distance Education.
It is our vision to ensure students have the skills to be lifelong learners. They need to be capable of higher order thinking and critical analysis, be self-directed learners, complex thinkers, quality producers, community contributors, team players and skilful users of information and communication technology. Enrolment at Mountain Creek State High School ensures students are challenged at all levels, supported in setting and attaining realistic personal academic goals and that they remain committed to excellence at all times.