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Gymea Technology High is set in the heart of the Sutherland Shire,
close to Gymea station and on several bus routes. The school is located in
spacious and picturesque surroundings, which enhances the positive, safe
learning and social environment of the school. The school aims to provide a
safe, happy, caring environment in which all students are able to achieve their
full learning potential.

Facilities: Gymnasium, dance and drama studio, assembly hall,
spacious grounds including a football field, tennis courts and basketball
courts. There is an independent learning centre for senior students in the
library. There are six computer rooms, as well as excellent computer facilities
throughout the school. Wireless internet is available throughout the school.

Electives Years 7 to 10: Commerce, Computing Studies, Design and
Technology, Digital Media and Photography, Drama, Food Technology, French,
Human Movement, Dance, Multimedia Studies, Music, Sports Studies, Technics
(Metal and Wood), Textiles and Design, Visual Arts.

Electives Years 11 and 12: Visual Arts, Physics, Senior Science,
Chemistry, Biology, Chinese, English, all Mathematics courses, Drama,
PD/Health/PE, French, Modern History, Ancient History, Legal Studies, Business
Studies, Economics, Geography, Music, Multimedia Studies, Dance, Information
Technology, Software Design, Industrial Processes and Technology, Community and
Family Studies, Food Technology, Design and Technology. Extension courses are
also offered. The school also offers vocational courses in Hospitality,
Business Services, Construction, and Information Technology. Numerous TAFE
courses, which can be studied at a variety of TAFE colleges in southern Sydney.

Sport: Rugby league, rugby union, golf, soccer, squash, tennis,
table tennis, netball, basketball, volleyball, touch. In addition to these
sports, leisure activities include surf survival, dance, aerobics, bowling,
gymnastics, and fitness.

Extracurricular activities: Environment monitoring, dance group,
school band, SRC, community projects, student exchange programs, musical and
drama productions, debating, public speaking, interschool sports.

Welfare and personal development: A peer support program operates,
through which Year 7 students are guided by senior students who have been
trained at leadership camps. Peer mediation provides opportunities for
leadership and conflict resolution. There is also an active student council.
Work experience programs operate for both Years 10 and 11 students.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Enrolment 730 students
Fees Free (Government School)
02 9521******* 02 9521 3244
02 9545******* 02 9545 1540
Address Princes Highway, Gymea 2227
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