Fremont-Elizabeth City High School, Elizabeth

Name: Fremont-Elizabeth City High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: Philip Highway
Town: Elizabeth
Postcode: 5112
State: South Australia
Region Adelaide
Phone: (08) 8255 7566
Fax: (08) 8287 1113
Pupils: 940

Fremont-Elizabeth City High School provides for over 940 studentsfrom years 8-12+. We are one of four Special Interest Music Schools andone of eight Engineering Pathways Schools in South Australia. Weprovide ESL from years 8 to 12. We offer Aboriginal Studies 8-12 andprovide strong support for all Indigenous students. 

In 1995 Fremont High School officially amalgamated with ElizabethCity High School but remained in operation across two school sites. In1996 both groups of students moved onto one site on Philip Highway,following major refurbishment and new building programs. The shieldsymbolises the school's history as the coming together of Playford HighSchool (1988), Fremont High School and Elizabeth City High School(1995). 

The school offers a range of programs and a breadth of curriculum tomeet the diverse needs of our students. Fremont-Elizabeth City HighSchool operates in close cooperation with Kaurna Plains R-12 in a jointprogram called Tapparla Tarkarianna (a Kaurna word meaning two paths to our future).This caters for indigenous students enrolled in both schools enablingthe widest choice of pathways and flexible forms of support.


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