Condell Park High School is a comprehensive co-educational high
school set on extensive grounds in the heart of South Western Sydney. Its focus
is to instil a lifelong learning philosophy in students who are preparing to
become productive and responsible members of the community when they graduate.
The school is committed to providing equity of opportunity and pursuing success
for each student by developing skills to improve learning outcomes. This is
supported by the provision of a broad range of academic and extracurricular
experiences to ensure that each member of the student body achieves high levels
Facilities: Significant refurbishment has secured up-to-date
resources including air-conditioning in all classrooms, media rooms,
interactive classrooms, laptops and computer labs creating a hub of ICT
environments in all areas of the school. The commercially fitted kitchens
support students undertaking Vocational Education Training. The newly
constructed cricket pitch, multi-purpose courts and fully equipped gym are
enjoyed by the student body.
The school offers a well-balanced, holistic curriculum with a wide
range of academic, vocational, sporting, creative and co-curricular
Electives Years 7 to 10: In addition to the core subjects, students
can study Computing Studies, Food Technology, Design and Technology, Music,
Visual Arts, Drama, Photography, Child Studies, Commerce, Sports Coaching and
Languages (French, Arabic and Japanese).
Electives Years 11 and 12: A full range of general and Vocational
Courses are offered including Extension One and Two Maths and English, Physics,
Chemistry, Hospitality, Metal and Engineering and Construction.
Sport: The school continues to enjoy considerable success in a range
of competitive sports including knockout, regional and state representation.
Physical activity is encouraged and reflects the school’s mission to develop
skills and seek success across all areas.
Extracurricular activities: Students participate in a range of
extracurricular activities including theatre club, dance, debating,
landscaping, band competitions, musical galas and art shows. A special gifted
and talented initiative for ‘Movers and Shakers’ is offered for selected
students in Years 7-10 and incorporates a special partnership with the
University of Sydney. Leadership skills are fostered through Peer Support,
Student Representative Council and the Executive Prefect Body. A ‘Student as
Researchers’ project conducted in Year Nine has achieved critical acclaim from
educational academics. The school is built around a Positive Behaviour Welfare
Model of shared values and expectations within its community. The Centre for
Learning and Leadership Development offers enrichment and remediation for
identified students within school hours and offers a workshop and tutorial
service after school.