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SEATON HIGH SCHOOL


Seaton has established a reputation as an innovative, dynamic school, constantly developing new approaches and opportunities for students and staff.

Seaton’s total enrolment of some 830 students provides a good balance of the benefits of a smaller school, in which each student is known as an individual, and the broad range of curriculum offerings and facilities that a larger school can offer.

Seaton promotes and celebrates students who are positive, who work hard, and who respect themselves, their families and others, and their environment. Seaton emphasises the development of the whole person, recognising the needs of each individual student.

Seaton has high expectations that all students will achieve academic success. The school promotes active, intellectually challenging learning. Students’ achievements are publicly recognised and celebrated.

Facilities: Fully Air-conditioned classrooms and Science Laboratories; specialist Drama and Dance studio; Student Canteen; Tennis/basketball/netball courts; Baseball Training Centre; Well-equipped gymnasium; Media Suite and two specialist Art Rooms; Home Economics kitchens; Trade Training Centre with modern technology facilities, houses Technical Studies, Electronics and Robotics courses; Japanese Language Centre

Electives Years 8 to 10: The Arts: Drama, Dance, Music, Visual Arts; Design and Technology: Timber & Metal Materials; Design and Technology: Electronics & Control Technologies; Home Economics (a term of foods & a term of textiles); LOTE: Japanese (full year); Baseball Health and PE.

Electives Years 10 to 12:Art (Painting & Sculpture), Drama (1 or 2 units), Print Media (Design, Graphics, Products), Foods, Computer Control Technologies, Economics & Business, Creating with Textiles, International Studies – Australians’ role in a global world, Design & Technology (Timber Focus), Information Technology, Design & Technology (Metal Focus), Japanese (2 units), Music (2 units), Art (Painting & Sculpture), Drama (1 or 2 units), Print Media (Design, Graphics, Products), Foods, Computer Control Technologies, Economics & Business, Creating with Textiles, International Studies – Australians’ role in a global world, Design & Technology (Timber Focus), Information Technology, Design & Technology (Metal Focus), Japanese (2 units), Music (2 units)

Sport: Baseball

Extracurricular activities: The Robotics Club.

Welfare and personal development: Programs are in place to support students’ mental health and wellbeing

Special features: Special program for students with high intellectual potential (SHIP); Special Classes.

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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