Sefton High School, Sefton

Name: Sefton High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: Munro & Hector Sts
Town: Sefton
Postcode: 2162
State: New South Wales
Region South Western Sydney
Phone: 9644 4800
Fax: 9743 7161
Email: sefton-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au
Website: www.sefton-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
Pupils: 1048

Sefton High School was established in 1962. It now draws half its students from the local community and half are selected on the basis of academic performance as determined by the Selective Schools Unit's testing. 

The majority of students come from non-English speaking backgrounds. The school has an excellent reputation as a result of its Higher School Certificate results. It offers a range of opportunities in the academic, sporting, cultural and citizenship areas. 

Sefton High School is committed to developing a safe learning environment which nurtures and guides each individual as they pursue their personal best, enabling them to make a positive contribution to our society. We strive to foster happy, confident, considerate individuals by promoting active involvement in learning so that they value this as a lifelong process. 

We create structures whereby individual learning and welfare needs determine what happens in our school. We value sincerity, scholarship and service.

 

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