Henley High School is a local Government School for 1300 students in years 8 to 12, including 70 International students and 30 students with significant learning difficulties in the Disability Unit. The school is situated close to Henley Beach, the airport and the CBD in Adelaide, South Australia and provides a comprehensive curriculum that meets the individual learning needs of the diverse range of students from local and wider Western Adelaide community.
Facilities: A Stadium, a Multipurpose Hall, Strength and Conditioning facility, Gymnastics Area, Dance Studio, Rehabilitation Room, AFL and Cricket Oval, Soccer Pitch and a Multipurpose court area incorporating six tennis and four netball courts.
Subjects/Electives Years 8 to 9: Design and Technology, English, Health and Personal Development, Specialist Sport Program including Specialist Dance Program, Languages, Mathematics, Science, Studies of History and Geography, The Arts, Personal Learning Plan
Subjects/Electives Years 10 to 12: English, Mathematics, History. Students in Year 10 must undertake the Personal Learning Plan to complete part of their SACE.
Sport: Specialist Sport Program.
Extracurricular activities: Interstate or International excursions
Welfare and personal development: A Counselling Service is available to all students and members of the school community.
Special features: A broad curriculum including career advice and ICT tools.
|Years||Year 8 - Year 12|
Free (Government School) |