Welcome to Urangan State High SchoolUrangan State High School is located in Hervey Bay Education Queensland's Wide Bay South District and has been servicing the community of Hervey Bay since 1992. Hervey Bay city has continued its strong growth with the population skyrocketing from some 30,000 in 1991 to almost 55,000 in 2009.
Trends show this growth rate - one of Australia's highest will continue well into the next century. The Fraser Coast Regional Council continues to focus on planning for growth, with intensive town planning, exciting urban designs and upgraded infrastructure.
Urangan State High School sits at the heart of the rapidly developing suburban communities of Kawungan, Torquay and Urangan as well as the semi rural areas of Boondal and River Heads.
Pursuit of excellence every minute, every day
Acknowledgement of Country
We affirm that Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islander people are the Indigenous peoples of Australia. We respectfully acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we meet, the Butchulla people. We pay our respects to our Elders - past, present and future - for they hold the memories, the traditions, the culture and hopes for the future.
Urangan State High School is dedicated to discovering the best within all students through high quality educational and social experiences that expose them to new ideas, new ways and new possibilities for future success.
Working together to learn
Check out the following Fraser Coast chronicle article about this new exciting project for Urangan High:
Previously, some students experienced problems using the Pearson download app and could not download a copy of their textbooks electronically.
The Department of Education Training and Employment has approved the tender for purchase of Acer Iconia Windows 8 tablet computers for this Q4 round of the National Secondary Schools Computer Fund which is jointly provided by the federal and state governments.
More information will be available soon and letters will be sent home shortly to all year 9 students.