In 2016, Kedron State High School proudly celebrated 60 years of exceptional service to our community. During this milestone year, many Alumni reconnected with the school, and still continue to assist in various ways. The purpose of the Kedron State High School Alumni is to maintain connections between past students, past staff and the current school community.
Our aim is to:
- Promote and maintain communication
- Support and assist the school
- Raise funds for disadvantaged students
- Inspire/mentor our current student population and families
- Recognise and honour past students
- Preserve the school's history and culture
If you would like to join the Kedron SHS Alumni, please email email@example.com and include your current name, your name while at school (if different), your year of graduation and your current job role.
Kedron students leave our school with national and international recognition. We need look no further than our 2021 Dux – Joshua Misa. international recognition. We need look no further than our 2021 Dux – Joshua Misa.
Dominique graduated from Kedron SHS in 2017. Through participation in a VET program that focused on nationally recognised qualifications, she was given opportunities to undertake a course leading to a career as a nurse. The dual course of 'Health Services Certificate II' and 'Assistant in Nursing Certificate III' was undertaken via the Mater South Brisbane. Upon graduation of Year 12, she went on to complete and graduate in 2019 with a Diploma of Enrolled Nursing at Mater. Today, Dominique is a fully qualified Enrolled Nurse with the North-West Private Hospital. She continues to study, with Bachelors in Registered Nursing and Paramedics.
George Liang graduated in 2017 as School Dux, and achieved at that time an OP-1 (equivalent ATAR of 99.95), the highest possible score for school students across Australia. His efforts meant that he was offered numerous scholarships across the nation before finally accepting the Chancellor's scholarship at University of Sydney to study medicine.