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Holroyd High School’s priorities include student-centred learning, a
curriculum based on student needs, teaching methodologies to support students
of non-English-speaking backgrounds, programs to build and value all students
and their cultures, and effective school welfare and discipline policies.
Holroyd High seeks to maintain a strong academic emphasis while catering
through a wide range of vocational options for those students not intending to
undertake tertiary studies.

Electives Years 7 to 10: Visual Arts, Music, Drama, French,
Industrial Technology (Timber), Industrial Technology (Engineering), Commerce,
Information & Software Technology, Food Technology, Textiles Technology,
and Physical Activity & Sports Studies. The school has also designed a
special course (Australian Cultural Studies) for NESB students who are recent
arrivals to build their cultural understandings and literacy and language

Electives Years 11 and 12: All English courses, all Mathematics
courses, Music, Visual Arts, Drama, Arabic, Business Studies, Physics,
Chemistry, Biology, Senior Science, Legal Studies, Fundamentals of English, Economics,
Modern History, Ancient History, French, Geography, Business Services (VET),
Information Technology (VET), Hospitality (VET), Construction (VET), Metal
& Engineering (VET), Retail (VET), Engineering Studies, Industrial
Technology (timber products), Food Technology, Design & Technology,
Textiles and Design, PD/H/PE, Community & Family Studies, Exploring Early
Childhood, Photography, Sport, Life & Recreation and Certificate of Spoken
& Written English (CSWE). In 2008, a vocational Work Ready HSC was
implemented. Students also study TVET courses at TAFE, and community languages
at The Saturday School of Community Languages.

Extracurricular activities: Chess, debating, drama, environment,
choir, bands, sport, Student Representative Council.

Welfare and personal development: The school’s welfare and pastoral
care program supports students in their learning. Students are actively
encouraged to take responsibility for their own behaviour and learning. The
three main platforms of the school’s welfare and discipline policy are “Respect
for self, respect for others and responsibility for my actions”. The school’s
welfare team consists of counsellors, Year advisers, STLA staff, welfare team
supervisor, ESL teachers and deputy principals. The school also has the
assistance of community liaison officers (language) who assist in contact with
parents. Peer support, peer mediation and peer tutoring programs provide
students with the opportunity to improve personal relationship skills. A
database is used to record and monitor off-standard behaviour, and
communication with parents regarding attendance and school functions is through
an SMS messaging system. A levels merit system operates, starting with merit
cards and moving through Bronze and Silver levels to Gold merit awards.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Enrolment 543 students
Fees Free (Government School)
02 9631******* 02 9631 9410 / 02 9631 9969
02 9896******* 02 9896 3074
Address 7 Cumberland Road, Greystanes 2145
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