John Forrest Senior High School, Morley

Name: John Forrest Senior High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: 180 Drake Street
Town: Morley
Postcode: 6062
State: Western Australia
Region Swan
Phone: 08 9473 4000
Fax: 08 9272 6504
Pupils: 925

Built in 1961 and named after the first premier of Western Australia, Sir John Forrest, John Forrest Senior High School has a proud tradition of excellence in both the achievement of its students and the quality and range of programs on offer.

John Forrest Senior High School is a progressive, comprehensive school catering for approximately 900 students. The school draws its population from across the metropolitan area. The students come from a wide range of backgrounds both socio-economic and ethnic and the school has a strong tradition of multi-culturalism.

The school is situated on major bus routes including the Circle Route. It is located beside the City of Bayswater Council Gardens and very near the Morley Exchange Bus Station. It is located close to a wide range of community facilities accessed to support school programs.

John Forrest SHS has an extensive range of specialist facilities that support the school's learning programs. Features of our buildings include specialist classrooms for Home Economics, Science, Photography, Music, Art, Design and Technology, Media, Drama, Languages and Information Technology as well as a Pre Vocational Centre, five computer laboratories, a Gymnasium, a Dance Studio, a Library Resource Centre and a turf wicket.

John Forrest SHS promotes excellence in all areas of learning. Full integration of technology into the teaching and learning activities is supported through the provision of a sophisticated computer network.


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