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Student enrolments have increased substantially since 2012 with many families choosing our school as an excellent site for learning. In response to this growth, as of 9 June 2017, Glennie Heights State School became Enrolment Managed and developed a plan for responding to all applications.

The Department of Education and Training (DET) is responsible for providing facilities to meet the educational needs of students residing within a school's catchment area. A School Enrolment Management Plan (School EMP) is introduced in a state school which is nearing its Student Enrolment Capacity. In order to ensure sufficient facilities are available for in-catchment students, Principals of these schools are required to restrict the enrolments from out-of-catchment students.
Schools are required to implement a School EMP when enrolments reach 80% of the school's Student Enrolment Capacity. A school's Student Enrolment Capacity is the number of students the school can accommodate within the existing learning spaces in the school.
To enrol in a school that has a School EMP in place, students must meet the eligibility criteria outlined in the school's School EMP document. The following link can assist you to better understand the processes:
We are the smallest state school in Warwick city, providing a caring environment on spacious grounds. Enrolment eligibility can be assessed upon your visit or when you contact the school.
An enrolment interview with the Principal is essential prior to a student commencing.  


Please download the Department's student enrolment form by using the link provided.


To determine when your child can commence their prep year, use the prep ready reckoner calculator.​​​​​​​​