What you want to learn, where you want to be and what is important right now.
Thank you to all who submitted feedback for this project and shared their voice. Your responses have been collected and presented to The Department of Education’s Youth Engagement Team.
High school isn’t black and white, and it’s not the drama world that American B-grade movies seem to tell us it is.
But there is a lot to juggle just to stay afloat; between study, keeping a social life, choosing an OP or non-OP pathway, getting help with homework and staying out of trouble with the teachers. What are your life hacks, lunch-time priorities and what happens when life gets real outside of school?
We're listening– so jump in and join the conversation.
Why are we asking and what will we do with your ideas?
We want to know what's important to you. The Queensland Department of Education is asking young people to share their thoughts on education, and your ideas may be used to influence youth engagement projects.
Submissions are moderated and approved between business hours Mon-Fri.
You can contact us in the "get in touch" form on the right.
Sometimes spending lunch in the Library working on assignments/study with friends or by myself was a great way, also if you ask most teachers will help and will meet up with you at lunch, stay behind after class or something. One of my teachers organised an after school thing for our class so that anyone who wished could come in and learn or ask questions.