Scone High School, Scone

Name: Scone High School
Type: Secondary School
Address: Gundy Rd
Town: Scone
Postcode: 2337
State: New South Wales
Region Hunter/Central Coast
Phone: 6545 1455
Fax: 6545 3269
Pupils: 462

Scone High School is an identifiable part of Scone's history. It is a school brought into existence by community action. Scone High School values its students. Our motto "Age Bene Partem", (play your part well), emphasizes our aim to develop within our students high levels of self discipline. Scone High School provides a wide range of opportunities for its students. Agriculture, drama, music, sport and technology have helped raise the profile of our school in the community. Horse sports feature as part of the sporting program reflecting the spirit of our town, "The Horse Capital of Australia". The school is set in attractive grounds and we have made great progress in lifting the appearance of its now tired buildings. 


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