Greenlands State School has an impressive reputation
for combining innovative teaching methods with
a caring approach and up to date technology to
provide students with a great start to lifelong
Situated on the Texas Road, approximately 12
kilometres west of Stanthorpe, the school was
opened on this site on 3 November, 1924 and caters
for children from both urban and rural properties.
It draws enrolments from a wide variety of areas
within the Granite Belt and Traprock districts.
Learning takes place in a self-disciplined,
small school environment that encourages children
to reach their potential. Our individualized
programmes are a feature of the balanced curriculum
offered by Greenlands.
Visitors to this highly regarded small school
are amazed at the quality of work produced by
students and the range of educational activities
available to them.
Thanks to our supportive school community, our
students participate in a wide variety of educational
opportunities. Such activities include; extra
curricular programme (eg: pottery, golf, archery,
cooking), our technology programme with an approximate
ratio of one computer for every three students,
free swimming lessons and all student materials
provided by the school.