Brisbane State High School Honour Board

Location of Brisbane State High School Honour Board

Resource Centre, Brisbane State High School, Vulture Street
South Brisbane QLD 4101

A large, tri-panelled Honour Board, which incorporates the Roll of Honour for alumni who served during the First and Second World Wars. The flanks of the main Roll list additional school and heritage rolls.

The main central Roll lists 53 individuals from WWI and 417 from WWII. Of the WWI Alumni, nine died on active service and one each served with the American Expeditionary Forces and South African Forces, respectively. Of the WWII Alumni, 53 died on active service. The names are listed alphabetically for the WWI names and half of the WWII names, with the remaining signifying that many individuals were included in addenda as they were recognised. There are one and half columns of names for WWI and eight and a half for WWII.



1914–1918 [Names]

[Names]1939–1945 [Names] [Names] [Names]


Conflicts commemorated
  • First World War, 1914–1918
  • Second World War, 1939–1945
Memorial type
Honour board
Additional information

The original School opened in July 1921 in the Normal School, on the corner of Adelaide and Edward Streets. It then moved to the present site in 1925. Since then, efficient use of the available area, purchase of adjacent properties and development of facilities on the site have resulted in the current school layout. 'State High' currently caters for a maximum of 2100 students.

Brisbane State High School website -

Recorded by
Matt Smith, QLD War Memorial Register
Date recorded
8 February 2010

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