Coast high school says ‘no risk’ to students after alleged threat

A Gold Coast high school is assuring parents that there is no risk to students after an alleged threat was made.

In a post on Facebook, Elanora State High School said they became aware of “messages and screenshots that are circulating of a conversation between two students of Elanora SHS that refers to concerns of another student threatening to harm others.”

The school confirmed that police have been contacted and investigations are underway.


“The school has been in contact with the QPS and parents of students involved,” they said.

“QPS have investigated the incident and are on site and do not believe students and staff are at risk.”

A spokesperson for the high school said the students involved are being supported through the Guidance Officer.

“The school will continue to monitor the wellbeing of all students and the safety of all on site is our first priority,” they said.

“There is no risk to students at the school and it is a normal school day.”