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STAGE 1:  RETURN OF YEAR 11 AND 12 STUDENTS FROM TUESDAY 26 MAY


In the first stage, students in senior secondary (Year 11 and 12 VCAL and VCE) will return to school from Tuesday 26 May.  Year 10 students undertaking VCE studies, including VCE Vocational Education and Training (VET) studies, are also expected to attend school for their timetabled classes.  These Year 10 students may arrive for the timetabled class and then are permitted to return home to continue with remote learning.  To support all school staff to prepare for this transition, Monday 25 May will be a pupil-free day.

 

STAGE 2: RETURN OF REMAINING YEAR LEVELS FROM TUESDAY 9 JUNE

In the second stage of our return to on-site schooling, all other year levels will return to school from Tuesday 9 June. Monday 8 June is the Queen’s Birthday Public Holiday.

 

More information about the return to school and coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found on the Department’s website, which will continue to be updated:
https://www.education.vic.gov.au/about/department/Pages/coronavirus.aspx

 

Thank you once again for your tireless efforts at home where you have worked in partnership with teachers to ensure your children were able to continue to benefit from the best of learning opportunities that a remote learning environment can offer.  We look forward to welcoming our students back to the classroom. 

VIRTUAL SCHOOL TOUR NOW ONLINE

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Friday 29 May (was originally 15 May)

Return Application for Year 7 Placement 2021 forms

Wednesday 19 August

Primary schools notify parents/carers of Year 6 students of placement offers, in writing.

Tuesday 8 December

Orientation Day

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ENROLMENT INFORMATION

Students from other schools wanting to enrol in Years 8 – 12

LAMONT BOOKS ONLINE

Frankston High School 2020 Booklist Orders for Years 7-12

DONATE TO: Indigenous Lifesaving Leadership Program

Franskton High School and St Teresa’s College are partnering to develop and annual lifesaving leadership camp.

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Watch Peta Murphy, Member for Dunkley, Victoria, present the Frankston High School climate petition to Parliament.

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Enrolment

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The application process for Year 7 enrolment is determined by the Victorian Department of Education and is initially undertaken by the primary school your child attends during Grade 6. How to Enrol

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At Frankston High School our curriculum is broad and comprehensive. This allows students to develop their personal strengths and encourages the pursuit of excellence. Start Learning

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Frankston High School is one of only a few secondary schools in Victoria to be designated an Exemplary Physical and Sport Education School. Read More…

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e-News and Newsletter

Subscribe to Frankston High School’s E-News and receive our Newsletter via email, important announcements and regular updates about everything that is happening at Frankston High School.

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Premier School

Frankston High School is considered by many to be the premier school on the Mornington Peninsula.

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Outstanding Results

Frankston High School’s VCE results continue to be outstanding. Each year more students achieve results placing them in the top 10% of students in the state.

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Harmonious Diversity

Frankston High School is enriched by a strong international perspective; one which values the harmonious diversity of cultures in the life of the school.

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English Language Centre

Frankston High School has a specialised English Language Centre on site. Students are taught English in a very supportive environment with excellent resources and fully qualified, caring staff.

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About our Program

Frankston High School has led government sector schools in the use and application of personal notebook and tablet computers for the past 20 years.  Frankston High School was the first government school in Australia to implement a laptop program in 1995 and the first to move to a hybrid tablet program in 2006.

Frankston High School made the decision to expand our long running tablet program to require all students entering Year 7 from 2015 onwards, to have their own Hybrid Tablet computer. This decision is based on the belief that a personal computer is an essential tool for secondary students in the 21st century.

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Sport at Frankston High School

Frankston High School is one of only a few secondary schools in Victoria to be designated an Exemplary Physical and Sport Education School. This is in recognition of our outstanding programs and success. For 17 consecutive years we have won the VSSSA State Athletics Championship, which is unprecedented in the history of government school sport. Over recent years state championships have been won in sports such as football, cricket, netball, rowing, tennis, badminton, hockey, basketball and equestrian. National and international titles have been achieved in athletics, life saving and swimming.

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SEEKING HOST FAMILIES

Throughout the year Frankston High School requires host families for French and Soweto visitors.

We encourage all Frankston High School students to consider hosting visiting students as it is an invaluable experience as our host families always find the cultural experience rewarding and enjoyable.

We rely on the generosity of host families to provide food and accommodation.

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Frankston High School is accredited under the Department of Education and Training’s CRICOS registration (CRICOS provider name and code: Department of Education and Training, 00861K). For further information refer to www.study.vic.gov.au