Clarence High School, BELLERIVE

Name: Clarence High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: Wentworth Street Bellerive
Town: BELLERIVE
Postcode: 7018
State: Tasmania
Region Southern
Phone: (03) 6244 2544
Fax: (03) 6244 2579
Email: clarence.High@education.tas.gov.au
Website: www.clarence.tased.edu.au
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Clarence High School is a co-educational state high school located in Bellerive, a riverside suburb of greater Hobart, the capital of the island state Tasmania, in Australia. The school has students in grades 7 to 10. 

The school was the first comprehensive state secondary school on the eastern shore of Hobart, opening in 1959.

Numerous students of the school have become celebrities or sports stars, including Heath Neville, who now plays for the Melbourne Demons AFL club.

The school contains a gymnasium, cricket nets, Australian rules football oval, (soccer) football field and a beach volley ball court.

Clarence High School has four houses, Flynn, Gilmore, Mawson, and Nightingale.

 

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