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DONALD HIGH SCHOOL


Donald High School was established in February 1961. Our motto is “play the game”.

Facilities: Specialist facilities for all subject areas. Refurbishments have been completed in 2014 in year 12 rooms, manual arts, woodwork, and textiles classrooms. The campus hosts a large undercover sports area, basketball courts and two large sports fields.

Curriculum: We offer a broad ranging curriculum to cater for all types of learners – both academic and practical. We have a re-engagement program, ‘Hands On Learning’ which commenced in 2014.

Sport:  Students are offered various opportunities to represent the school in individual and team sports such as Swimming, Athletics, Cross Country, Football, Netball, Basketball, Cricket, Shooting and Hockey.

Student welfare programs: ‘Hands On Learning’ re-engagement program. Achievement Program coordinated by our School Nurse. Access to Youth Connections programs run by the North Central Local Learning and Employment Network (NCLLEN).

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Enrolment 175 Students
Phone
03 5497******* 03 5497 1205
Fax
03 5497******* 03 5497 1759
Address 2 – 16 Camp Street Donald Vic 3480
Email
donald.*******
donald.hs@edumail.vic.gov.au
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