at Earnshaw State College encompasses History, Geography, Civics and
Citizenship and Economics and Business in the Junior Secondary School. In the
Senior School, individual subjects from a broad range of the Humanities field
Social and Community Studies (Applied)
Special features and programs
Legal Studies Youth Parliament
The Youth Parliament is an exciting opportunity for year 11 and 12 Legal Studies students to debate a motion on a youth issue or speak in an adjournment debate about any issue falling within the jurisdiction of the Queensland Parliament
Queensland Schools Constitutional Conventions
Students attend state-wide conventions and investigate a constitutional issue. The program involves pre-reading materials, keynote presentations exploring perspectives on the role and importance of the preamble, discussion groups and the election of delegates to participate in the fully-funded 3 National Constitutional Convention held each March.
For more information on Applied and General Humanities subjects, please refer to the Earnshaw State College subject selection guides here.