Welcome to Eastern Hills Senior High School, an Independent Public School catering for young people in Years 7 to 12.
Our vision is to offer students a caring, progressive and meaningful learning environment that enhances their self-confidence, and promotes an interest in life-long learning and achievement.
We have a proud history of offering young people a high quality, comprehensive education suited to their strengths and passions. We provide comprehensive education pathways leading to the attainment of an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR), Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualifications or future employment. This broad curriculum sees our students graduate and go on to lead successful careers.
Our teachers are experienced at getting the best out of all their students. We respect the individual needs of each student and believe that with the right guidance and direction, they will not only succeed, but achieve their highest expectations.
Our exceptional Approved Specialist Music Program is rated amongst in the best in the State and includes three bands, instrumental ensemble groups and individual performers. Members of the program have the opportunity to attend excursions, tours and public performances.
Our education support program, staffed by experienced and caring teachers and support staff, provides appropriate pathways suited to the needs of students with special needs. The program is inclusive allowing students the benefit of studying a range of courses with their peers through to Year 12.
We offer a range of sports programs including AFL, soccer, netball and basketball. Our extensive outdoor recreation program includes mountain biking, snorkelling, canoeing and other activities that contribute to the skills required for camping and expedition activities. Our Army Cadets Unit meets weekly giving members additional opportunities to develop social skills and life-long learning.
Other popular programs include our debating teams, cultural exchange programs with our Japanese sister school, mock trials, coding competitions and school social events with the Year 11 and 12 ball being the most prestigious.
Children moving from primary to secondary school are provided with a comprehensive, structured transition program to ensure the transition to secondary school life is seamless.
We place high importance on pastoral care programs that are appropriate to the needs of adolescence and early adulthood. This approach has been strengthened with the school's inclusion in the Positive Behaviour in Schools initiative.
We encourage you to contact us and see what we can offer your child.
T: 9573 0200