Pasadena High School is a secondary school located in the southern Adelaide suburb of Pasadena, on the corner of Goodwood and Daws Roads. It was opened in 1965 as Daws Road High School and operated under this name until 2001.
Pasadena High School now operates a “basketball focus” option whereby students have access to specific coaching and development in the sport, all which is integrated into the learning outcomes of the SACSA educational framework.
Facilities: Basketball stadium, Arts and Drama Theatre, Art Trade Training Centre, Interactive Whiteboards, Resource Centre, Science Laboratories, Art/Design complex, Home Economics Centre, Flexible Learning Centre, Pasadena Sports Centre, Tower Arts Centre, State of the art sporting facilities, Canteen
Sport: SASSSA, inter-school Athletics, Swimming, Golf, Triathlons, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket, Football, Soccer, Netball, Volleyball and Tennis.
Extracurricular activities: Young Achievers, Drama, Singing, Computing, Year Book, Christian Fellowship.
Welfare and personal development: Student Development Program, Christian Pastoral Support Worker (Chaplain) staff versus students sporting events.
Special features: Home based classes for students with intellectual disabilities; SACSA framework and SACE level 1 curricula.
|Years||Year 8 - Year 12|
Free (Government School) |