Seaton High School

Seaton High School is located in the Western suburbs of Adelaide, only 15 minutes from the Adelaide city centre and 5 minutes from the beach and the recreational environment of West Lakes. Seaton High School is a specialist entrepreneurial school where entrepreneurial skills for aspiring business and social entrepreneurs are developed, practised and used every day across every area of the curriculum.The school promotes attributes such as organisation, confidence, persistence and co-operation. Students demonstrating a high level of performance and co-operation are recognised through the Positive Rewards program. Seaton High School has developed an enviable culture of achievement which is supported by strong leadership, staff professionalism and strategies to promote higher order thinking skills.  

International programs

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

School focus

  • Specialist entrepreneurial education
  • Culture of achievement
  • Student wellbeing
  • Emerging Technologies
  • Gifted and talented education
  • Creative and critical thinking skills
  • Education and vocational pathways

Facilities

  • Multimedia suite – art, graphic design
  • Performance studio - music, dance, drama
  • Baseball Training Centre
  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) centre
  • Technology studies centre - robotics, electronics, woodwork, metalwork, plastics
  • Japanese language centre
  • Catering kitchens
  • Trade training centre
  • Sporting facilities - gymnasiums, tennis, oval, basketball and netball courts

Special interest programs

  • Entrepreneurial Specialist Program* - visual arts and innovation (Year 8 from 2020)
  • Baseball * ( Years 8-12)
  • Students with Higher Intellectual Potential (SHIP) * (Years 8–10)
  • UAV Specialist Program * - gives students the opportunity to become certified drone pilots and gain industry qualifications and experience in collaboration with The University of Adelaide’s Centre of Applied Conservation Science and Unmanned Research Aircraft Facility (Years 11-12)
  • Emerging Technologies Specialist Program* - students have the opportunity to engage in a range of creative applications of emerging technologies such as Computer Aided Design, advanced manufacturing and resin 3D printing (Year 8)
  • Vocational Education and Training (VET) – Local programs and access to the full range of Western Area Secondary Schools Network courses (Years 10-12)
  • *Selective entry program

Languages

  • Japanese (Years 8-12)
  • Spanish (Years 11-12)

Support services

  • English language support
  • International Student Program manager

Co-curricular sports

  • Australian Rules football
  • Soccer
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cricket
  • Surfing
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball, beach volleyball

Other co-curricular activities

  • ASPIRE student leadership program
  • Robotics club
  • Art club

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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