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EAST SYDNEY COMMUNITY-BASED HIGH SCHOOL


East Sydney Community-Based High School targets those students who
have experienced difficulty accessing the mainstream system for a variety of
reasons. The school respects individual difference and believes that every
person has the right to an education. Staff members work to remove the obstacles
that stand between the students and their ability to access education.

Facilities: Science and computer laboratories.

Sport: Physical education program, indoor rock climbing,
windsurfing, swimming, basketball.

Welfare and personal development: Each student has a staff key
worker who assists with meeting welfare needs (such as health, accommodation,
legal and financial) and acts in loco parentis when the student has no other
adults in their life. East Sydney High offers a supportive environment in which
personal responsibility and life skills are encouraged and fostered.

Religion None
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 9 - Year 10
Enrolment 65 students
Fees: Less than 4k
$50 per term
Phone
02 9361******* 02 9361 3285
Fax
02 9332******* 02 9332 2769
Address 75 William Street, Darlinghurst 2010
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