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Education Queensland ensures that Prep-Year 12 students are guaranteed enrolment at their nearest school and supports the efficient management of local area facilities based on service delivery standards.

All schools in Queensland are not enrolment managed. At Cleveland District State High School, we have developed an enrolment management plan because:

  • the site capacity of our school is under pressure  from out of catchment enrolments
  • our  school's development of a distinctive approach to meeting school and community needs, particularly in Creative Arts, Languages, International and Inclusive Education, Sciences, ICTs and Sport Development is impacting on enrolments.

For a school that has an enrolment management plan, its capacity to enrol students who live outside the local catchment is dependent on:

  • the school's enrolment capacity
  • catering for in-catchment enrolments
  • allowing for in-catchment growth during the year
  • ensuring an even spread of students across all year levels while maintaining class size targets 

The local catchment area is defined by the equidistant boundary based on trafficable routes between one school and its neighbouring school/s. Minor adjustments are negotiated at the school level to meet local road access and entry points. For Cleveland District State High School catchment area information please visit Qld Government EdMap link.

In consultation with our school community, we have developed an Enrolment Management Plan. We need to meet the needs of those students who live in our local catchment, as well as the wider community that is attracted by our distinctive programs. ​​​​​​​

For subject selection information please refer to the Enrolment Package.