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THOMAS HASSALL ANGLICAN COLLEGE


Established in West Hoxton by the Sydney Anglican Schools
Corporation in 2000, the college occupies 7.3 hectares of semi-rural land 10
kilometres west of Liverpool. Its aim is to provide high-quality education at
an affordable price within a caring Christian environment.

Facilities: Contemporary learning modules each with four classrooms,
seminar rooms, reading rooms and a central learning centre. The college is also
equipped with specialist science laboratories as well as design and technology,
wood technology, food technology, electronics, hospitality, visual arts and
music rooms, a gymnasium and performing arts centre. Outdoor sporting
facilities include covered areas, playing fields and basketball courts, with
plans to build more sporting facilities in the near future.

Electives Years 9 and 10: These currently include Music, French,
Visual Arts, Drama, Commerce, Computing Studies, Food Technology and Wood
Technics, and Technical Drawing.

Electives Years 11 and 12: These currently include Ancient and
Modern History, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Design and Technology,
Drama, Entertainment (Dual Accredited VET Course), Geography, Industrial
Technology, Food Technology, Economics, Hospitality (Dual Accredited VET
Course), Information Processing Technology, Legal Studies, Mathematics, Modern
History, Music, PDHPE, Sports Science, Physics, Society & Culture, Visual
Arts, (Extension Courses are offered in English and Mathematics).

Sport: The school has a comprehensive PE and fitness program from
preparatory to Year 12, and participates in inter-school sports, swimming,
cross-country, and athletics through the NASSA competitions at state level.

Extracurricular activities: Opportunities for students to learn
musical instruments, play chess, participate in public speaking and debating
competitions, belong to fitness, leisure and Christian groups as well as
leadership and community service programs. The college also runs the Duke Of
Edinburgh’s Award Scheme.

Welfare and personal development: There is a strong pastoral care
and student welfare program, Christian studies, gifted and talented programs,
an explicit code of behaviour, and a strict uniform code. There is a strong
emphasis on personal responsibility. All staff embody the precepts taught.

Special features: Educational Support Team to assist students with
special needs in a caring and supportive environment. An Educational Team to
assist students that are Gifted and Talented. Some Academic Scholarships become
available for Year 7 and 11. Camp fees are incorporated into the fee structure.
Express Bus Service to Voyager Point, Wattle Grove and Moorebank.

Religion Anglican
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Kindergarten - Year 12
Enrolment 1300 students from preparatory through to year 12 (608 students in year 7 to 12).
Phone
02 9608******* 02 9608 0033
Fax
02 9608******* 02 9608 0044
Address 125 Kingsford Smith Avenue, Middleton Grange, 2171
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