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Riverside Girls High was established in 1934. The school has a
strong tradition of high academic and sporting achievements, with a strong
focus on student leadership. Riverside is strong in technology and performing
arts. Overseas students are welcome. The school is committed to increasing
educational and career options for girls of all abilities and offers both ATAR
and non-ATAR combinations of courses in Years 11 and 12.

Facilities: Hockey field, multi-purpose courts, assembly hall,
performance spaces for dance, music and drama, computer rooms, dance studio,
design and technology rooms, split-level library and a multimedia centre.

Electives Years 7 to 10: Information Technology, Web Design and
Multimedia, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Visual Arts, Food Technology,
Textiles and Design, Design and Technology, Wood Technics, Graphic Design,
History, Geography, Commerce, Computing Studies, Drama, Physical and Sports,
Science (PASS).

Electives Years 11 and 12: Ancient History, Modern History,
Economics, Business Studies, Legal Studies, French, Italian, Spanish, German,
Visual Arts, Music Courses 1 and 2, Textiles and Design, Design and Technology,
PD/Health/PE, Food Technology, Drama, all Mathematics courses, Earth and
Environmental Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Hospitality (VET), Software
Design and Development, Information Processes and Technology, Community and
Family Studies. Participation in TAFE and VET courses for the HSC is
encouraged. Extension courses for the HSC are available in English,
Mathematics, History, Music, Italian, French, and German. Part-time HSC and
Pathways combinations are available.

Sport: Netball, basketball, touch football, soccer, hockey,
softball, tennis, aerobics, modern dance, swimming, water polo, cricket,
Australian Rules football.

Extracurricular activities: Band, music ensembles, chess,
environmental group, choir, debating and public speaking, MUNA (Model United
Nations Assembly).

Welfare and Leadership development: Students are supported to be
responsible for their learning, there is an active student Junior and Senior
Representative Council (SRC). Student leadership is strongly emphasised.
Uniform is mandatory.

Famous ex-students: Gia Carides, Karen Moras, Yvette Higgins, Connie

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Girl
Enrolment 1030 students
Fees Free (Government School)
02 9816******* 02 9816 4264
02 9816******* 02 9816 5409
Address Huntleys Point Road, Gladesville 2111
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