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Liverpool Girls High, established in 1954, aims to provide each
student with the academic and social skills to become an independent member of
society. There is an emphasis on literacy and numeracy skills, community
participation and technology in the curriculum.

Facilities: Modern library, four computer rooms, gymnasium, fully
equipped fitness room, sports fields, netball and tennis courts, creative and
performing arts centre.

Electives Years 7 to 10: Commerce, Computing Studies, Ceramics,
Drama, Design and Technology, Dance, Food Technology, French, Geography,
German, Graphic Design, History, Human Movement, Italian, Spanish, Wood
Technology, Technical Drawing, Visual Arts.

Electives Years 11 and 12: Ancient and Modern History, Biology,
Chemistry, Computing Studies, Community and Family Studies, Economics, French,
General Studies, German, Geology, Geography, Italian, Graphic Design, Legal
Studies, Mathematics (all levels), Music, Physics, Visual Arts, Photography,
Work Studies. Vocational education courses such as Retail, Business Service
Admin, Hospitality, and Information Technology are also offered.

Sport: Aerobics, athletics, basketball, hockey, netball, soccer,
softball, swimming, volleyball, gymnastics, tennis.

Extracurricular activities: Band, dance, debating, choir, gymnastics,
Mock Trial, public speaking, multi-cultural activities, visual arts,
photography programs.

Welfare and personal development: The comprehensive support system
seeks to instil a sense of self-worth and confidence in every student. Peer
support and an active student leadership council operate at Liverpool Girls’
High. Work experience is available in Years 9 to 12 as well as a gifted and
talented community program.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Girl
Enrolment 1090 students
Fees: Free (Government School)
02 9602******* 02 9602 0083
02 9602******* 02 9602 0997
Address Forbes Street, Liverpool 2170
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