Students enjoy their beautiful surroundings at Toronto High while getting the best education possible as the teachers encourage all students to ‘strive for higher things’ and achieve their personal best. The success of this approach is reflected in the implementation of effective and well-developed programs and subjects. Many educational activities are provided that promote individual development, both academically and socially, to encourage students to become responsible Australian citizens.

Facilities: The school has benefited from a significant building program over the past three years which has provided a new commercial kitchen, and more recently a Trade Training Centre, with Toronto High being the first school in the area to have this facility.

These new additions further enhance our existing facilities of electronic interactive whiteboards and video-conferencing equipment. The entire school is networked for computers and internet access. Other facilities include a library, computer laboratories, extensive playing fields and a Multi-Purpose Centre/gymnasium.

Electives Years 7 to 10: The school offers a comprehensive range of courses, including Languages, Technology courses, Visual Arts, Drama, Music, Photography, Commerce, Media, and Film-making.

Electives Year 11 and 12: Courses available include Information Technology, Languages, Business Studies, English, Engineering, Community and Family Studies, Visual Arts, Food Technology, Mathematics, Music, Drama, a wide range of Science and Humanities courses as well as Vocational Educational and Training courses — Business Services, Software Design and Development, Furnishings, Hospitality, Retail Services and Sport Studies.

Sport: Opportunities to participate in traditional sports as well as archery, gymnastics, dance and lawn bowls are available. There are school carnivals held for swimming, athletics and cross-country and opportunities are available for representative selection.

Extracurricular activities: Debating and public speaking, Student Leadership programs, Rock Eisteddfod, Star Struck, band, talented and gifted, art and photography, dance, drama, academic competitions, school newspaper competitions and Student Representative Council.

Welfare and personal development: SRC, prefect body, peer support, peer mediation programs, remedial programs, work experience and career and transition planning. The school seeks to educate all students to the best of their abilities and interests and to encourage them to become responsive to the needs and values of their community.

Special features: There are talent enrichment programs in Sport, CAPA, Science and Academic Extension. Special focus classes for students with literacy needs operate in Stage 4. Business and commercial support are provided to vocational students and school community projects such as the Rock Eisteddfod. Parent and community support also comes through the P&C. The school has dominated in the area of public speaking, winning the district competition for the past four years. The school is very active in the area of environmental education and is a registered Land Care group. Environmental initiatives have been recognised by local awards.

School Information

  • Type: Government
  • Coeducational or single-sex: Coeducational

  • Faith-based: None
  • Year: Year 7 - Year 12
  • Day/Boarding: Day School
  • Enrolment: 910 Students
  • Interview Required Upon Enrolment: No
  • International Baccalaureate Programs offered:
  • ESL Support: N/A
  • Scholarships Available: No
  • Gifted and Talented Program: N/A
  • Preschool or Early Learning Centre:
  • After School Care/ OOSH Options:
  • Fees: Free (Government School)
  • Address:Field Avenue, Toronto 2283.
  • Phone:02 4959 1788
  • Fax:02 4950 4459

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