Port Lincoln High School

The small regional city of Port Lincoln is located on the shores of Boston Bay at the southern tip of the Eyre Peninsula, 650km (by road) from Adelaide. Port Lincoln is the "Seafood Capital of Australia", home to the country’s largest commercial fishing fleet and renowned for its tuna, prawn, whiting, crayfish and oysters. The region boasts a myriad of fun activities from fishing and sailing, to diving with great white sharks, touring aquaculture industries and exploring the area's sheltered beaches and booming surf. Port Lincoln High School offers a broad curriculum ranging from traditional academic subjects to vocational education pathways including Aquaculture and Commercial Cookery. Students are also provided with opportunities to participate in a wide variety of extra-curricular activities, such as camps/excursions, sports, leadership and community projects.

International programs

  • High School Graduate Program
  • Regional Study Abroad Program
  • Study Tours

School focus

  • Aquaculture
  • Food and hospitality
  • Outdoor education, physical education and sport
  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
  • The Arts (Art, Design, Dance, Drama and Music)

Facilities

  • Aquaculture centre (and boats)
  • Commercial cookery kitchen
  • Computer rooms (PC and iMac)
  • Performing arts centre (dance, drama and music)
  • Resource centre (resources and study spaces)
  • Science laboratories
  • Sporting facilities (gymnasium, ovals, basketball courts)
  • Senior floor (study area)
  • Technology studies workshops
  • STEM centre

Special interest programs

  • Aquaculture (Years 10-12)
  • Food and Hospitality (Years 10-12)
  • Vocational Education and Training (VET) - aquaculture, Doorways to Construction, fitness, food and hospitality (Years 11-12)

Languages

  • Indonesian (Years 8-12)
  • Japanese (Years 8-12)

Support services

  • International Student Program manager
  • English language support

Co-curricular sports

  • Aquatics - swimming, sailing, surfing
  • Athletics
  • Australian Rules football
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Hockey
  • Netball
  • Rugby
  • Soccer
  • Touch football
  • Volleyball

Other co-curricular activities

  • Music – instrumental tuition, bands
  • Dance and drama groups

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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