Kingsgrove North High School, Kingsgrove

Name: Kingsgrove North High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: St Albans Rd
Town: Kingsgrove
Postcode: 2208
State: New South Wales
Region Sydney
Phone: 9502 3933
Fax: 9554 3907
Email: kingsgrovn-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au
Website: www.kingsgrovn-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
Pupils: 707

The aim of promoting excellence in a caring and supportive environment underpins the school culture of Kingsgrove North High School. This culture is grounded in the concept that all of our students have two basic rights at our school: the right to learn and the right to safety. 

Our curriculum and welfare procedures have been developed (and are being continually evaluated by the school community) to ensure these rights and the corresponding responsibilities. 

We also place great value on helping our students to develop those skills necessary for them to become independent life-long learners and to see themselves as part of and contributing to their local community.

 

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