Granville Boys High School, Granville

Name: Granville Boys High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: 14 Mary St
Town: Granville
Postcode: 2142
State: New South Wales
Region South Western Sydney
Phone: 9637 0489
Fax: 9897 2421
Email: granvilleb-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au
Website: www.granvilleb-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
Pupils: 518

Granville Boys' High School is a comprehensive boys' secondary school committed to promoting academic and personal excellence and preparing students for life. Ninety-eight per cent of students are from a non-English speaking background and the school values and celebrates the cultural and linguistic diversity of all its students. 

The school is part of the Disadvantaged Schools Program and has a strong emphasis on improving student literacy.

There is a strong focus on quality learning in a safe, well disciplined and supportive environment that fosters individual excellence and the achievement of personal best. Achievement, commitment and improvement are rewarded.

 

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