Brighton Secondary School, North Brighton

Name: Brighton Secondary School
Type: Secondary School
Address: 305 Brighton Road
Town: North Brighton
Postcode: 5048
State: South Australia
Region Adelaide
Phone: (08) 8375 8200
Fax: (08) 8296 0949
Email: info@brightonss.sa.edu.au
Website: www.brightonss.sa.edu.au
Pupils: 1263

Brighton Secondary School is one of Australia's most successfulco-educational government high schools, located in a western coastal suburb of Adelaide.

Brighton Secondary School has producedhighly-accomplished scholars, musicians and athletes since beingestablished in 1952. With 1250 students in Years 8-12, it serves alarge and diverse community in Adelaide's south-western suburbs. It hasprovided some of the country's best youth orchestras, choirs and bands,outstanding academic results (including prize winners in the sciencesand mathematics), and a broad range of sporting success, such asNational Senior School Volleyball Champions in 2001-2002.

 

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