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Glenmore State High School was established in 1975 as Rockhampton’s third State High School, serving the growing community on the north side of Rockhampton. It adjoins the Glenmore State School and the Rockhampton campus of the Capricornia School of Distance Education, and enjoys close links with these facilities as a total educational campus - preschool to Year 12. The student population of approximately 550 is drawn from a broad cross section of the community.
 
Currently, approximately 10% of our students enrolled identify as either Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander. Our multicultural campus includes students who speak English as a second language.  Glenmore High School is situated in a pleasantly landscaped environment. It offers a heated swimming pool, basketball courts, a gym and weights room, sporting programs and drama productions, studios for dance, drama and music and an athletics oval. Glenmore High School is also designed to provide access for wheelchair students, through ramps, walkways and a wheelchair taxi set down area.