​​​​​​​​​​​​Building a stronger school community through parental involvement

The P&C Association plays an important role in today's secondary education system and Kenmore State High School is fortunate to have strong active parent participation. The P&C Association works very closely with our school towards building a stronger school community where all students benefit.

The parents at Kenmore State High School have high expectations of the school. They expect their children to receive a world class education which is not only responsive to their needs, interests and aptitudes but is also responsive to the needs of the society in which they live.

The P&C Association fosters productive partnerships between parents and teachers to help provide the best possible educational, cultural and social experiences for our students. When parents and the school work together we can ensure that the vision and direction of the school is compatible with that of the parents and the broader community.

Our P&C Association strives to build a stronger school community by:

  • Contributing to school policy decisions
  • Building active parent support groups
  • Providing financial contributions to enhance the learning environment
  • Managing a nutritious and healthy Tuckshop
  • Operating an efficient school uniform shop
  • Supporting school activities and events
  • Cultivating school-community partnerships
  • Talent Encouragement Program​

At Kenmore State High School parents may choose to become involved in a number of ways. There are opportunities to join groups or sub-committees of interest, such as the P&C Executive committee, School Council (by election through the P&C), Environment, Music Support and German Immersion parent support groups. Alternatively, parents may choose to respond to surveys, attend parent forums or volunteer at the Tuckshop.

Download the P&C Association Constitution (PD​F, 235KB)​.​​​​​​

2022 P&C Association Executive Committee

​Kerry Schreiber
​Vice President​
​Nadine McGrath
​Warren Lloyd
​Stacey Vale

Become a member

​To become a P&C Association member​​​, please complete the P&C Membership Application​ (PDF, 968KB)​​ and send to​ or submit the completed form in person to the Community Liaison and Operations Officer​ at one of the monthly P&C Association meetings. Meeting dates can be found further on this page. ​Forms are also available at the meetings. ​​​


The P&C Association meets on the third Tuesday evening of each month (excluding school holidays - dates are set at February meeting). Meetings commence at 7.00pm in the Professional Learning Centre. The Professional Learning Centre is adjacent to the administration building and the best access is via the Aberfeldy Street car park. All parents and community members are invited to participate.​​​​​​​

2022 meeting dates​:​

​P&C General Meeting
​Tuesday 15 February
​P&C Annual General Meeting (AGM ) & General Meeting​
​Tuesday 15 March ​​​
(AGM commences at 7:00pm, followed by the General Meeting)​
​P&C General Meeting
​Tuesday 17 May
​P&C General Meeting
​Tuesday 14 June
​P&C General Meeting
​Tuesday 19 July
​P&C General Meeting
​Tuesday 16 August
​​P&C General Meeting
Tuesday 18 October
​​P&C General Meeting
​Tuesday 15 November 

P&C Parent support groups (sub-committees)

Parent support groups allow parents to become involved in programs their student’s access. The support provided by these groups contributes to the great success of many school programs by organised support and fundraising. Each parent support group operates as a sub-committee of the P&C Association.

We have several established parent support groups including:

For information about meeting dates and getting involved with any of these groups, please contact the P&C Association.​

​Contact the P&C Association

Please see the Our staff section of the school website for P&C contacts and school facilities managers. 

The P&C office is attended most Tuesday and Thursday mornings, but a message can be left if unattended. Sue Abbott is our Community Liaison and Operations Officer and can be contacted on (07) 3327 1523 or

Last reviewed 06 May 2022
Last updated 06 May 2022