Our school is a community co-educational secondary school which has a reputation for high expectations of student learning achievement and of co-operative, caring, respectful behaviour. Programs are based on our school’s belief in quality learning for all, and on guiding statements developed by students, parents and teachers about the qualities we believe a student should have on leaving our school.
Our students face a future characterised by change, rapid technological advancement and significant adjustments to lifestyles and the nature of work.
At Kingsgrove High School we prepare students for the future by providing them, from Years 7 to 12, with a quality education in a broad range of subjects. We cater for the interests and needs of boys and girls of all levels of ability, from varied cultural and language backgrounds.
Our school provides a pleasant, supportive and safe environment where all students are encouraged to achieve their personal best.
The quality of programs at Kingsgrove High School has been acknowledged in recent years by four Regional or Statewide awards – for Higher School Certificate achievement, for literacy programs, and vocational and school to work transition programs.
Quite simply, it is a great place for students to learn.
Knowing what your child is learning helps you support them throughout their education.
In this section you can find out how public education works and the range of learning opportunities offered for students to challenge their thinking, and make the most of their unique talents.
You can also browse each School Year section to find out more.
Our students face a future characterised by change, rapid technological advancement and significant adjustments to lifestyles and the nature of work. We prepare students for the future by providing students from Years 7-12 with a quality education in a broad range of subjects. We cater for the needs and interests of girls and boys of all levels of ability, from varied cultural and language backgrounds.
The school offers a broad curriculum which leads to the award of both the School Certificate and the Higher School Certificates.
2011 HSC results:
30 separate courses
169 graduating students
Most common performance band was band 4
26% of all bands awarded band 5 and 6 (top 2 bands)
19 students in the HSC honour roll
Kingsgrove High is committed to providing every student with the best possible learning experience. Various courses are offered, but only operate if sufficient students elect to study them.
The school is conscious of its role in providing opportunities for artistic expression. Enthusiastic participation can be seen in drama, the visual arts and music.
Several musical groups perform regularly for school events. The Creative and Performing Arts Faculty provides opportunities for students to experiment in a range of activities and with different media.
Extra Curricular Activities:
Gifted and Talented
Tutoring in various subject areas