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This large co-educational high school was established in 1970 and is set in leafy, well-maintained grounds. “Developing Confident Responsible Citizens who Strive for Excellence” is the school’s stated purpose.

Facilities: Library, multi-purpose centre, school farm shared with Gosford High, applied learning centre, sporting fields supplemented by nearby access to council facilities.

Electives Years 9 and 10: Drama, Dance, Computing Studies, Technics (Wood, Metal, Electronics), French, German, Visual Arts, Music, Agriculture, Japanese.

Electives Years 11 and 12: A full range of NSW Board courses as well as a selection of JSST courses, Mathematics, Engineering Science, German, and Japanese are offered.

Sport: All major sports as well as a substantial number of leisure activities are offered.

Extracurricular activities: Choir, drama, debating, dance, cattle club.

Welfare and personal development: Peer support is in operation and students regularly offer their time to charity activities. A comprehensive careers and living skills program is a feature. There is an SRC that represents students on the school council. A head teacher of welfare and Year advisers ensure a proactive approach to student welfare.

Special features: The school has a support unit for 60 students with physical/intellectual disabilities who are integrated into mainstream classes. Student retention rates are high and HSC results are of a high standard. Year 7 is organised in teams with home rooms and an integrated curriculum.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Enrolment 1240 students
Fees: Free (Government School)
02 4325******* 02 4325 2110
fax 02 ******* fax 02 4323 2685
Address faunce street, gosford 2250
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