Bunbury Senior High School, Bunbury

Name: Bunbury Senior High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: 10-44 Haig Crescent
Town: Bunbury
Postcode: 6230
State: Western Australia
Region Bunbury
Phone: 08 9781 2500
Fax: 08 9791 2372
Email: admin@bunburyshs.wa.edu.au
Website: www.bunburyshs.wa.edu.au
Pupils: 925

Bunbury Senior High School was established in 1923 and is the fourth oldest high school in the State. Its north-facing buildings are heritage- listed and the school's location atop Boulter's Heights (with the Indian Ocean to the west and the city centre below) provides it with unique views and opportunities. The proximity to both the city and the beach benefits students, staff and parents alike. It is a well-resourced establishment with the facilities to deliver relevant and appropriate education programs to students.

Bunbury Senior High School enjoys an excellent reputation within the community and past students include the State's Governor, Lieutenant General John Sanderson, Bunbury's current MLA, the Honorable John Castrilli and the school's head of Science, Alan Osborne. Our motto, 'En Avant' was established in the 1920's and true to its message, we are constantly seeking to move forward in all that we do.


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