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LE FEVRE HIGH SCHOOL


One of the longest established secondary schools in South Australia with a proud tradition of providing quality education extending from 1910.

Currently Le Fevre High school is a dynamic and exciting educational establishment providing a diverse range of educational pathways within recently upgraded and extended world-class facilities.

Electives Years 7 to 10: English, Maths, Science, Indonesian, Humanities, Physical Education, Arts, Design & Technology.

Electives Years 11 and 12: Stage 1 – English Literacy for Work & Community Life, Numeracy for Work and Community Life, Engineering Mathematics Applications, Business Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Forensic Science, Marine Biology, Physics Engineering, Maritime Science, Indonesian, Ancient Studies, Aboriginal Studies, Legal Studies, History, Society and Culture, Food and Hospitality, Physical Education, Family Well‐Being(VET), Art and Digital Media(VET), Design and Digital Media(VET), Drama, Music, Art, Engineering, Metalwork, Industrial Environmental Design, Computing, Machining, Furniture Construction, Information Processing and Publishing, Information Technology, Maritime Engineering (VET), Workplace Practices.

Sport: Rugby League, SAASTA, Power Cup, SAASTA, Shield, Sport and Rec(VET).

Special features: Lead school in the SA Trade Schools of the Future program, a member of the Western Adelaide Secondary Schools Advanced Skills Industry Program, Maritime High School Program, Mathematics, Sciences and IT skills applicable to the Navy and associated maritime industries.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 8 - Year 12
Enrolment
Fees: Free (Government School)
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