Whyalla High School, Whyalla

Name: Whyalla High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: Broadbent Terrace
Town: Whyalla
Postcode: 5600
State: South Australia
Region Northern Country
Phone: (08) 8645 8844
Fax: (08) 8645 0057
Email: info@whyallahs.sa.edu.au
Website: www.whyallahs.sa.edu.au
Pupils: 372

Whyalla High School is a partner in the Whyalla Secondary College comprising also of Stuart High School (Years 8-10) and Edward John Eyre High School (Years 11-12). Our shared motto is "working together in a successful learning community, reflecting care and concern for the wellbeing of all members." There are strong links between the three schools and particular emphasis is placed on the transition between the Junior and Senior School sites.

Whyalla High School prides itself in providing its students with a relevant and challenging curriculum in a supportive and respectful learning environment. We have an ongoing commitment to improving student literacy and numeracy, developing contemporary technological skills and problem solving capacities whilst providing for the socio emotional wellbeing of the whole school community.


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