Which is the best high school in the New Farm area?

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Derek Carey Jul 24, 2017
I grew up in New Farm. I went to New Farm State School which was fantastic. There is no High School in New Farm with Kelvin Grove being the closest. However I went to Hendra Secondary College (now Aviation High) and others went to Kedron. Simple bus to the valley and further train or bus to reach any number of public or private schools. Many friends went to Churchie, Terrace, BBC and Grammer. All Hallow, St Margarets were popular girls schools. For state schools while you are mandatory allowed to Kelvin Grove you can apply to any other state school of your choosing and see how you go.
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charlieb3 Apr 30, 2017
St Margaret's is the best girl's high school in Brisbane, but is 15 minutes away.

The best primary school in New Farm is Holy Spirit. It is small and friendly and your child will have the best time of their lives there😊
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Mary McLean 2yrs+
All Hallows and Gregory Terrace are the closest High Schools to the New Farm area. All Hallows is a Private Girls School from Grade 5 - 12 and Gregory Terrace is a Private Boys School Grade 5-12. The closest public High School is Kelvin Grove, approximately 3-4klms away.
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ndargusch 2yrs+
If you are looking for a non-private school, then Kelvin Grove College is close.
Otherwise All Hallows, Brisbane Boys Grammar, Terrace?
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sunbeam 2yrs+
Sorry, have o die? No high school in NF but plenty of good private school and good public schools within a few kilometers
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