Gladstone High School, Gladstone

Name: Gladstone High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: Main North Road
Town: Gladstone
Postcode: 5473
State: South Australia
Region Flinders
Phone: (08) 8662 2171
Fax: (08) 8662 2050
Email: info@gladstonehs.sa.edu.au
Website: www.gladstonehs.sa.edu.au
Pupils: 205

The original Gladstone High School opened in 1907. The “new” school on the present site was opened in 1973. 2007 will mark the centenary of secondary education in Gladstone.

Gladstone High School is a small, country high school situated in the Northern Areas Council. The surrounding area supports mixed farming – predominantly sheep and cereals but with emergent trends towards viticulture and olive growing. Our feeder primary schools are Laura, Gladstone, Crystal Brook, St Josephs (Gladstone) and Georgetown. The school has a very strong transition program that involves close liaison with each of the feeder schools.

 

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