GLADSTONE State High School is top of the class when it comes to getting good grades in Central Queensland.
Today students, teachers and parents will see a snapshot of how the Class of 2011 performed in the Year 12 Outcomes report.
142 students completed their Queensland Certificate of Education at Gladstone State High School, with Toolooa State High having 106 year 12 students graduating.
All students who applied for tertiary places in 2011 were successful at St Stephen's Lutheran College, with 98% at Gladstone State High also securing places.
Across Central Queensland 90% of students received a QCE, VET or International Baccalaureate Diploma or engaged in a school-based apprenticeship.
Education Minister John-Paul Langbroek said the format of this year's statistics were more extensive than last.
"This is about recognising that our schools don't take a 'one size fits all' approach and there are a number of pathways students can take," Mr Langbroek said.
"While many students aspire to go to university, there are also those who want to learn a trade or go to TAFE," he said.
Moura State High was also considered one of Central Queensland's top performers, with 90% of OP eligible students attaining an OP of 1-15.
2149 students across Central Queensland completed their QCE in 2011.
HOW DID YOUR SCHOOL FARE?
Students who completed QCE
Chanel College: 75
Gladstone State High: 142
St Stephen's Lutheran College: 10
Tannum Sands State School: 104
Toolooa State High School: 106
Students who got a tertiary offer (%)
Chanel College: 94
Gladstone State High: 98
St Stephen's Lutheran College: 100
Tannum Sands State School: 93
Toolooa State High School: 96
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