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Established in 1960, Beverly Hills Girls High provides a broad-based
education to encourage achievement in academic, sporting and cultural pursuits.
The school has a tradition of outstanding performance in the creative and
performing arts. Students’ HSC work is celebrated in Art Express, Texstyles and
On Stage. The school is noted for its outstanding HSC results with the majority
of students undertaking tertiary study. The school offers a wide range of
subjects. The school’s unitised curriculum (UVISS) allows for special programs
for talented students. Acceleration and targeted programs to support students’
talents are built into the curriculum system.

Facilities: Well-equipped library (including two computer learning
facilities), computer laboratories (including mini-laboratories in Key Learning
Areas), science block, auditorium, gymnasium, performing arts centre, playing

Electives: A full range of subjects in both Junior and Senior years
is complemented with the opportunity to review choice and placement every

Sport: The school has a high profile in the sporting arena, both in
competition and leisure sports.

Extracurricular activities: Community newspaper, debating and public
speaking, choral and instrumental music, school radio, dance, science and
technology pursuits.

Welfare and personal development: A smart, modern school uniform is
the outward symbol of a well-developed discipline policy based on mutual
respect and responsibility. Student government is an integral part of the
school’s organisation, headed by an effective SRC. Community interaction is
stimulated by school-industry links and broad policies established through a
community-based school council.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Girl
Enrolment approximately 1000 students
Fees Free (Government School)
02 9150******* 02 9150 4280
02 9502******* 02 9502 1280
Address Broadarrow Road, Beverly Hills 2209
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