Stuart High School, Whyalla Stuart

Name: Stuart High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: Bastyan Crescent
Town: Whyalla Stuart
Postcode: 5608
State: South Australia
Region Northern Country
Phone: (08) 8649 1022
Fax: (08) 8649 3598
Pupils: 285

Based in the outskirts of Whyalla in South Australia, Stuart High isone of the Year 8-10 schools which make up the Whyalla SecondaryCollege. The college includes Edward John Eyre High School, Stuart HighSchool and Whyalla High School which are all part of the SouthAustralian Department of Education and Children Services.

The school boasts an outstanding reputation for student academicsuccess in the Whyalla Community and across the State, particularly inthe areas of Computing Technology, Enterprise and Vocational Education,Music, Sport, Aquaculture and Active 8 Leadership programs. Stuart HighSchool is a partner in the Whyalla Secondary College which is made upof its fellow 8-10 school, Whyalla High and the senior school, EdwardJohn Eyre High School. Both administration and teaching staff from theparticipating schools meet regularly to share ideas, resources andprogrammes.


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