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Norwood Morialta High School

Norwood Morialta High School is a dual-campus school located in the leafy eastern suburbs of Adelaide, only 15 minutes from the city centre and 5 minutes from the busy shopping and restaurant precinct of Norwood Parade. The school, comprised of the Middle School (Years 8-10) at Rostrevor, and Senior School (Years 11-12) at Magill, is internationally accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS) and the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) Middle Years Program, and has a long-standing reputation for academic excellence. One of the unique features of the school is the way it values diversity. Students from a very wide range of cultural and linguistic backgrounds respect and learn from each other. This is supported by a curriculum which actively promotes international mindedness and an internationalised education.

International programs

  • Intensive Secondary English Course
  • High School Graduate Program
  • High School Study Abroad Program
  • Study Tours

School focus

  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM)
  • Language Learning
  • Visual Arts and Performing Arts
  • Accounting, Business & Legal Studies
  • Outdoor Education


  • Two unique, specialist campuses: Middle Campus and Senior Campus
  • Performing Arts Centre - large hall, drama spaces
  • Arts and Technology Centre - music, computing and digital media facilities
  • Electro-technology and Electronics
  • Specialist International Room
  • Resource Centre with extensive collection of language resources
  • Student-run VIBE Cafe
  • Open Cafeteria and Study Spaces
  • Senior School study centre
  • Sporting facilities - gymnasium, cricket nets, ovals, tennis and basketball courts

Special interest programs

  • International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program (IBMYP) (Years 8-10)
  • IB Diploma Program (from 2022)
  • *Specialist Rowing Program - Years 8-9
  • *Specialist Italian Immersion Program - Years 8-9
  • *Specialist Accelerated STEM Program - Years 8-10
  • Outdoor and Environmental Education - orienteering, bushwalking, rock climbing, canoeing, aquatics (Years 9-12)


  • English as an Additional Language (EAL) (Years 8-12)
  • Greek (Years 8-12)
  • German (Years 8-12)
  • Italian (Years 8-12)
  • Chinese Continuers and Background (Years 8-12)
  • Japanese Continuers (Years 8-12)
  • Japanese Beginners (Years 11-12)
  • Other languages are available with School of Languages

Support services

  • English language support
  • International Student Program Manager
  • International Student Support Officer
  • Chinese bilingual support officers
  • Bilingual teaching staff

Co-curricular sports

  • Athletics
  • Australian Rules Football, Soccer
  • Badminton, Tennis
  • Basketball, Netball
  • Cricket, Volleyball
  • Rowing, Pedal Prix

Other co-curricular activities

  • Student Leadership, House System, International Student Ambassadors
  • Australian Business Week competition
  • Debating, Public Speaking, Mock Trials, Canberra Trip, Ski Trip
  • Culture Club, International Student Club, Environmental Club, Chess, Book Club
  • Music – Bands, Ensembles, Instrumental Tuition, Drum Corp
  • Biennial School Musical, Film Festival
  • Tournament of Minds (thinking skills) team
  • Pedal Prix, (engineering skills), Rowing
  • Maths and English Homework Clubs

Languages and Co-curricular sports may be subject to student numbers.
Vocational Education and Training (VET) course options may be subject to change. Visit school website for information and additional costs (where applicable) on uniform, laptop and calculator requirements; special interest programs and school camps.

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