Kelvin Grove State College formed in 2002 with the amalgamation of Kelvin Grove State High School and Kelvin Grove State School. It is one of the largest government educational institutions in Australia. The school is recognised for its emphasis on the performing arts.
Geographic Description 1:
Inside The Green Belt
Geographic Description 2:
Breakfast Creek; York's Hollow
Geographic Description 3:
Flood Gullies; Hills; Ridgeline (Kelvin Grove, Winsdor, and Herston Roads); Valleys
Anderson, Norman R. Kelvin Grove, Forty years 1942-1981: from Teacher's College to C.A.E.: a Short History of Transition, Kelvin Grove College of Advanced Education, Kelvin Grove, Qld, 1981.
Fitzgerald, Ross; Megarrity, Lyndon; Symons, David. Made in Queensland : a New History, Special Q150 commemorative edition, University of Queensland Press, St Lucia, Qld, 2009.
Kyle, Noeline; Manathunga, Catherine; Scott, Joanne. A Class of its Own: a History of Queensland University of Technology, Hale & Iremonger in association with QUT, Sydney, 1999.