Kedron State High School

College & Education

Australia, Australia, Queensland

Kedron State High School is a Queensland public secondary school which is located in the inner-northern suburb of Wooloowin in Brisbane, Australia. The school was opened in 1956, to meet the needs of the rapidly expanding North Brisbane population whose children were members of the post-World War II baby boomer generation. Kedron is a co-educational and non-denominational school, renowned in Brisbane for offering a Special Education Unit for hearing-impaired students and also for its accredited International Students Program. The school vision is " become a traditional, multicultural academic (and) disciplined school of international significance where all students can fulfil the purpose of both state education and education at Kedron." In 2007 the school joined the Healthy State system and removed a large proportion of junk food including all soft drinks.