Willunga High School, Willunga

Name: Willunga High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: 239 Main Road
Town: Willunga
Postcode: 5172
State: South Australia
Region Southern Sea & Vines
Phone: (08) 8556 2105
Fax: (08) 8556 2243
Email: info@whs.sa.edu.au
Website: www.whs.sa.edu.au
Pupils: 635

Willunga High School is a vibrant and enterprising learning environment supported by strong partnerships with the community. The School is responsive to the needs of every student by providing individualised pathways to success in academic, vocational, enterprise, career and community-based spheres of lifelong learning.

The school promotes the following core values in our students:

Fairness, Safety, Responsibility, Respect and Success.

Willunga High School is situated in a semi-rural environment, 45kms south of Adelaide. Willunga has strong community and industry recognition and support, particularly from the wine, grape-growing and hospitality sectors. Willunga High School was opened on its present site, formerly the Allen Estate, Waverley Park, in 1960.

 

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