Sign in / Register
Home » Schools » SWANSEA HIGH


Swansea High School is committed to providing a quality learning environment that meets the diverse needs of its students. The school supports students to develop into sensitive, responsible and independent young adults. Students have every opportunity to strive and achieve their personal best in academic, sporting and cultural pursuits.

Facilities: Multipurpose hall, extensive playing fields, two all-weather courts, drama theatre, computer and music and mathematics laboratories, close proximity to various sporting venues, beaches and the local TAFE.

Electives Years 7 to 10: Commerce, Computing Studies, Drama, Food Technology, Physical and Sports Studies, Languages
other than English, Technology: Graphics, Automotive, Industrial, Visual Arts, Digital Media.

Electives Years 11 and 12: Aboriginal Studies, Ancient History, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Computing Studies, Construction, Design and Technology, Drama, Economics, Earth and Environmental Studies, Engineering, Food Technology, Science, Geography, Hospitality, Industrial Technology, Information Processes, Japanese, Legal Studies, Family and Community Studies, Marine Studies, Modern History, Music, PD/Health/PE, Photography, Physics, Recreational Studies, Retail, Society and Culture, Visual Arts. There is an extensive choice of VET courses.

Sport: Students in Years 7 and 8 complete a sports program integrated into their weekly timetable including sports such as endball, frisbee, netball, oztag and paddle tennis. Students in Years 9 and 10 have a regular sports afternoon where options available include dance, surfing, weight and circuit training, lawn bowls, power walking, table tennis, self-defence and yoga.

Welfare and personal development: The school aims to foster a friendly and co-operative learning environment where the rights of all are respected and upheld. This is encouraged through an integrated merit reward and discipline scheme. An active student council is involved in liaising with the students, staff and parents in preparing submissions and helping with pastoral care and peer support. Parent participation is actively encouraged.

Special features: STLD and reading scheme with strong parent support, selective Years 7 and 8 classes, drama festivals and major drama production, vocational education programs.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Fees Free (Government School)
02 4971******* 02 4971 1944
02 4972******* 02 4972 1378
Address Park Avenue, Caves Beach 2281
School Search
Related Schools

News & Advice
Schools in NSW trialling extended hours

Governor-General Presents Barker College Redbacks with Prestigious International Robotics Award

Roseville College's Learning Festival 2022

St Leonard’s College Celebrates 40 Years as an International Baccalaureate World School

Meriden’s Tildesley Tennis Triumph


Roseville College 2022-2024 Strategic Direction

A History of Jesuit Education, Growth and Progress

Developing a Growth Mindset | St Aloysius College, Victoria

NAPLAN Update: What you need to know about the 2023 NAPLAN changes

Sign up to our e-news
To keep you updated .


About Us
Contact Us
Terms of Use

Call Of The Country
Education pathways for senior students
Healthy bodies, healthy minds
Preparatory Schools
Technology in Schools
Vic Education System