Merrimac State High School

Male & Female

Year levels:
Year 7 - 12


20 mins drive from BROWNS

Merrimac State High School

Merrimac State High is an innovative school that focuses on academic achievement and seeks to provide students with opportunities. The school has close links that offer guaranteed entry programs to Griffith University, Bond University, Southern Cross University and the University of Queensland.

School Information

Year established: 1917
Number of students: 800

School facilities

  • Robotics laboratory
  • Confucius classroom
  • Upgraded Science laboratories
  • Swimming pool
  • Extensive Sporting facilities and Oval measuring 105,000 sqm of land
  • 17,500 sqm of classrooms
  • Extracurricular activities

  • Academic competitions
  • School camps
  • Kokoda Challenge
  • World Challenge
  • Debating
  • International excursions to Japan and China
  • Marine studies to Heron Island (Great Barrier Reef)
  • School Trips to Cairns / Moreton Bay Island
  • Ski Trip
  • Surf Camp
  • Languages

  • Chinese
  • Japanese
  • Special programs

  • Academic Excellence
  • Sporting Excellence
  • Master classes for academic achievement
  • Direct pathways for university entry
  • Personal support for English as an Additional Language/Dialect (EAL/D) learners
  • Summit programs for high performing students
  • Instrumental music, stage band and jazz band
  • Leadership development programs
  • Tuition Fees

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    School Entry Requirements

    Year 7 Year 8 Year 9 Year 10 Year 11
    HSP 1 HSP 1 HSP 2 HSP 3 HSP 4

    *HSP refers to BROWNS High School Preparation program

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    Last updated: 31/07/2019