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The Jannali High School is a comprehensive co-educational high
school in the Sutherland Shire. Our experienced and dedicated staff provides a
high quality education for students of all abilities. Jannali High students
have a tradition of fine academic achievements. Most students achieve HSC
success and continue to university or further tertiary training. Many have
represented the school in sport, debating, public speaking and have also been
part of our musicals, a cappella ensemble and orchestras. Its graduates are
confident, caring, focused, mature young men and women with positive attitudes.
They have a good sense of community, citizenship and ecological responsibility,
as well as an understanding of and respect for other cultures and peoples.

The school enjoys a reputation for a relaxed atmosphere with a
positive focus on learning. Students learn in a safe, supportive environment
and develop self-discipline, motivation, teamwork, self-confidence and
responsibility. The school has effective discipline, uniform and attendance
policies that reinforce high expectations of each student. The school ethos is
centred on values including: striving for success and excellence; respect for
the rights of others; taking responsibility for one’s own actions; care for
others in the school and the wider community; active participation in school
life and co-operation with others; acting with integrity.

Facilities: There are specialist blocks for the creative,
technological and applied arts with the latest equipment, a fully computerised
library, four computing laboratories, an Applied Learning Centre with
video-conferencing facilities, a well-equipped gymnasium, a rebound outdoor
sports surface and an auditorium.

Electives Years 9 and 10: Drama, Food Technology, Japanese, Multi
Media, Industrial Technology (Timber, Electronics and Metal), Visual Arts,
Physical Activity and Sports Studies, Information and Software Technology,
Cultural Understanding, Marine and Aquaculture Studies, Textiles, Music, World History and Work Education.

Electives Years 11 and 12: All English and Mathematics courses, Ancient
History, Biology, Business Studies, Ceramics, Chemistry, Community & Family
Studies, Construction, Design & Technology, Engineering Studies, Drama,
Food Technology, Geography, Hospitality, Industrial Technology (Timber),
Information Process & Technology, Legal Studies, Marine Studies, Modern
History, Music, PD/Health/PE, Photography, Physics, Senior Science, Society
& Culture, Software Design & Development, Textiles & Design and
Visual Arts.

Sport: Competitive — netball, hockey, rugby league, rugby union,
soccer, water polo, basketball, softball. Leisure — tennis, cycling, squash,
bowling, beach fitness, surf fitness, aerobics, canoeing, volleyball, golf,

Extracurricular activities: Debating, performing arts, orchestra,
public speaking, annual large-scale musical production, vocal ensemble. Regular
excursions, including school camps, extend the classroom programs.

Welfare and personal development: An active SRC and peer support
program operate. There is a student adviser for each Year and a supervisor for
boys and girls. Work experience is arranged for Year 10 students, who also
attend careers classes. The school runs the Rock & Water Program
extensively. The Learning Support Team provides outstanding support for the
learning of all students.

Special features: The Jannali High School has strong links with its
community, parents, local primary schools and TAFE campuses. The school is a
proud member of the Heart of the Shire Community of Schools, a group of schools
working together to provide the best possible education for all students.
Contact the school to arrange a tour of the facilities.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Enrolment 800 students
Fees Free (Government School)
02 9521******* 02 9521 2805
02 9545******* 02 9545 1175
Address Sutherland Road, Jannali 2226
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