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FRANKSTON HIGH SCHOOL


Founded in 1924, this school has adjacent junior and senior campuses situated on the lower slopes of South Frankston with views across Port Phillip Bay towards Melbourne. The school aims to provide students with a broad, comprehensive curriculum and access to a wide range of subjects and learning experiences. Uniform is compulsory; VCE students wear a different uniform.

Curriculum
: Students doing the VCE can choose from a large range of academic and technological subjects. Languages are French and Japanese. A computer notebook program is well established in Years 7 to 10 with a number of classes using notebooks across the curriculum.

Sport: The school is proud of its sporting achievements and has been named as an Exemplary Sports School. All major sports are played.

Extra-curricular activities: Music is a feature and students are involved in many bands and ensembles. A major musical production is presented annually. Camps and excursions occur regularly and close links are maintained with sister schools in Japan and France. An extensive student exchange program has developed. There is an active student leadership program on both campuses.

Student welfare programs
: The greatest importance is placed on creating an environment that will best enable each student to fully develop her or his educational potential. Although entry into Year 7 has been restricted to students from the local zone and their siblings, out-of-zone students are able to gain entry
by appeal.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Enrolment 1650 students
Fees Free (Government School)
Phone
03 9783******* 03 9783 7955
Fax
: 03 97******* : 03 9783 7689
Address Towerhill Road, Frankston 3199
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