Mount Austin High School, Wagga Wagga

Name: Mount Austin High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: Leavenworth Drive
Town: Wagga Wagga
Postcode: 2650
State: New South Wales
Region Riverina
Phone: 6925 2801
Fax: 6925 5516
Pupils: 615

Mount Austin High School draws students from the suburbs Ashmont, Tolland, Mount Austin and Turvey Park. It also draws from outlying areas including Mangoplah, Uranquinty and The Rock. 

The school offers a broad curriculum to students from disparate socio-economic backgrounds. The school strives to involve students in a wide range of learning activities which will enrich their lives and provide focus on career opportunities. 

The school has a proud history, particularly in sport, and boasts many Australian representatives in its alumni. It has published a book, "Something to Crow About, a History of Sport at Mount Austin". Sheryle Crowe, the 1999 Telstra Woman of the Year, is an ex-student.


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