Lennox St, Richmond NSW 2753 More schools in postcode 2753
Phone 4578 1177
Fax 4588 5885
Richmond High School, established in 1955, is a comprehensive high school providing quality learning experiences for all students in their pursuit of excellence. Set on eleven acres of park-like grounds, the school is well-equipped with a large bini-shell (hall), gymnasium, drama room, modern computer facilities, a library, computer network, fitness room, two industrial kitchens, four technical workshops, a graphics technology room, three art rooms, two music and rehearsal rooms, seven science laboratories, over thirty conventional classrooms, including five specialist support classrooms, two sports fields, basketball courts and cricket nets.
Our staff is committed to modern educational practice and is dedicated to maintaining a caring and supportive environment. Richmond High School offers a curriculum which caters for each student's needs, interests and abilities and provides opportunities for participation in a wide and challenging range of studies, sports and activities.
Our students develop essential skills to ensure they will secure a satisfying and meaningful place in our rapidly changing society.
Students benefit from access to Vocational Education & Training (VET) courses such as Construction, Hospitality, Information Technology and Primary Industries. Strong links to TAFE NSW provides further opportunities for senior students in courses such as aviation, beauty therapy, nursing, business services and graphic design.
Our students are supported by professional and committed teachers, counsellors, welfare programs, peer support activities and mentoring programs.
Special Needs services offered by this school
- Students with Moderate Intellectual Disability
- Students with a Range of Disabilities with Similar Support Needs
- Students with Mild Intellectual Disability
The New South Wales Department of Education support students with special needs in public schools in a range of ways. This may include support classes for students in regular and special schools. You can also discuss your child's learning needs with the principal of your child's school. For more information about the full range of support services in New South Wales public schools please go to Disability Programs http://www.schools.nsw.edu.au/studentsupport/programs/disability.php
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