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Lambton High is set in park-like grounds with a series of double-storey classroom blocks surrounding multiple courtyards.

Facilities: Well-equipped multipurpose hall, performing arts space, commercial kitchen facility, excellent library, six computer rooms, covered outside learning spaces, two darkrooms, adjoins council sporting facilities.

Electives Years 8 to 10: Music, French, Food, Computing, Drama, Commerce, Visual Arts, Technical subjects, Physical Activity and Sport Science, Photography.

Electives Years 11 and 12: English (Extension, Standard, Advanced, ESL), Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth and Environmental Science, Engineering Science, Food Technology, Economics, Geography, Legal Studies, Software Design and Development, French, Society and Culture, Business Studies, Food Technology, Textiles and Design, Modern History, Ancient History, Music, Community and Family Studies, Information Processes and Technology, PD/Health/PE, Drama. The school runs accelerated courses in mathematices and creative and performing arts areas including music, art and drama. The school also offers a number of framework vocational courses, including Business Services, Hospitality and IT.

Sport: Competitive — rugby league, volleyball, basketball, cricket, softball, rugby union, touch football, lawn bowls, tennis, netball, soccer, water polo. Leisure — surfing, squash, aerobics, circuit training, roller-skating, weight training, golf, dance and gymnastics.

Extracurricular activities: Leadership, debating, drama, choir, public speaking, band, environmental activities, photography.

Welfare and personal development: The school conducts peer support programs. Work experience and work placement programs for Years 10 and 11 are organised by the full-time careers adviser. Discipline is based on a levels system and a school uniform policy is enforced. Student leadership has a high profile with a prefect body and an active SRC. A gifted and talented program operates in the school, and Years 8 and 10 students participate in an authentic assessment project.

Special features: The school has an outstanding record both academically and in the cultural arena. Students have represented NSW or Australia in various sporting teams. The senior school has a high retention rate from Years 10 to 11. The school promotes the development of individual potential and is concerned with the achievement of the highest possible results.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Enrolment 1100 Students
Fees Free (Government School)
02 4952******* 02 4952 3977
02 4956******* 02 4956 2429
Address Young Road, Lambton 2299
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