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This co-educational secondary school was established in 1978. The
award-winning grounds, landscaped by agriculture students and staff, contain a
large agricultural farm equipped for specialised plant breeding. The school
overlooks the city of Campbelltown.

Facilities: Multi-purpose hall, COLA, new science laboratories, six
computer rooms, sporting fields, basketball courts, agriculture plot, water tank,
design and technology lab, supervised senior study centre.

Electives Years 7 to 10: History and Geography are compulsory from
Years 7 to 10. All students study Spanish in Year 8. All students study Design
and Technology in Years 7 and 8. Other subjects available include Visual Arts, Agriculture,
Commerce, Graphic Communications, Food Technology, Metal Technics, Textiles and
Design, Wood Technics, Design and Technology, Computing Studies, Music
(keyboard, guitar, drums) and Spanish.

Electives Years 11 and 12: Business Studies, Legal Studies,
PD/Health/PE, Design and Technology, Life Management, Hospitality, Photography,
Drama, General Studies, Agriculture, Computing Studies, Biology, Science for
Life, General Science, Catering, Sport and Fitness, Ancient and Modern History,
Visual Arts, Economics, Physics, Chemistry, Geography, TVET courses, Music,
Office Skills, Furnishings, Spanish, Engineering Studies, Industrial
Technology, Information Technology, Marine Studies.

Sport: The school participates in inter-school and knock-out
competitions in cricket, rugby league, volleyball, basketball, and netball.
Recreation sports such as aerobics and roller-skating are also offered.

Extracurricular activities: Band, touch football, indoor cricket,
chess, tae kwon do, drama, debating, public speaking, science club.

Welfare and personal development: The school welfare system operates
on a levels system. A student council, merit scheme, ROSE (Recognition of
Student Excellence), and assemblies encourage leadership, social and academic
skills. A gold pass scheme rewards students for positive behaviour. Student
advisers are available for each Year as well as a school counsellor. The
canteen offers work experience for students and a careers adviser is available.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Enrolment approximately 900 students
Fees Free (Government School)
02 4625******* 02 4625 7755
02 4628******* 02 4628 5015
Address Junction Road, Leumeah 2560
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