Whole of school policies
NDIS Policy - This service is a National provision for eligible people with a disability to support reasonable access to achieve personal goals (in education, employment and community activities). Please refer to the Parent request form to apply.
Enrolment Management Plan
The Enrolment Management Plan (PDF, 440 KB) sets out the conditions under which students may be enrolled into Cleveland District State High School (CDSHS). The Plan ensures in-catchment students can enrol at their local state school.
Exemption from Compulsory Schooling
The Exemption from Compulsory Schooling – Information page (PDF, 77 KB) provides parents and carers with information if you wish to remove your student/s from school for 10 school days or longer. If you are going to remove your student/s, the
Exemption from Compulsory Schooling – Application Form (PDF, 263 KB) must be submitted to the Administration Office.
The Reference Policy (PDF, 2 MB) provides students with information on how to write reference lists, including examples of the correct referencing format.
The Student Code of Conduct
The Student Code of Conduct ( PDF, 2.2MB) is the school's behaviour policy, with information about school rules, consequences and processes for addressing bullying and the use of technology. From 2021, the Student Code of Conduct replaces the Responsible Behaviour Plan for Students.
Sick Bay Policy
The Sick Bay Policy (PDF, 128 KB) outlines the schools procedures when students require access to the School Sick Bay.
Sun Safety Policy
The Sun Safety Policy (PDF, 202 KB) guides Cleveland District SHS on how to protect our students from the harmful effects of the sun.
The Technology Agreement (PDF, 173 KB) outlines the responsibilities of students when using ICTs at Cleveland District SHS. It comprises two documents, the Responsible Use of Technology Agreement and the Third Party Website Consent Form.
The School Dress Code (PDF, 233KB) outlines school dress standards and expectations as determined by the Executive Principal and representatives of the school community.