Picton High School, Picton

Name: Picton High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: 480 Argyle St
Town: Picton
Postcode: 2571
State: New South Wales
Region South Western Sydney
Phone: 4677 1242
Fax: 4677 1559
Email: picton-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au
Website: www.picton-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
Pupils: 1111

Picton High School was established in 1958 as a co-educational comprehensive school and services a semi-rural growing community. The school has strong links with its local community and feeder primary schools. 

The school has a tradition of sporting and academic achievement and is recognised within the district for its innovate approach to curriculum, extensive student welfare and learning support programs. 

The school has a multi-purpose hall, modern science laboratories, kitchens and a well-equipped library. Facilities for photography, car care, information technology, drama and creative arts are well established.  

Picton High School seeks to educate its students to achieve excellence in all areas of endeavour.

 

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