Mount Austin High School Careers
School celebrates NAIDOC Week in style | Riverina Leader KEEPING TRADITIONS ALIVE: Mount Austin High School student Tyronne Hoerler, 14, checks out the humpy in the schoo''s new Aboriginal Garden.
Mount Austin High School Careers - Student's Secure Area
Mount Austin High School draws students from the suburbs Ashmont, Tolland, Mount Austin and Turvey Park. It also draws from outlying areas including Mangoplah, Uranquinty and The Rock.
Noelene Everett from Canberra, Graeme Higgs from Culcairn and Debbie Archibald from Redcliff in Queensland, all from the class of 1964. Picture: Kieren L Tilly. A reunion dinner was held at Kyeamba Smith Hall for former Mount Austin High School ...
Mount Austin High School offers a broad curriculum to students in years 7 to 12 and strives to involve students in a wide range of learning activities which will enrich their lives and provide focus on career opportunities. The school has a proud history, particularly in sport, and boasts many Australian representative sports people in its alumni.Mount Austin High School teacher Bruce Barter described the program as a “great opportunity” for students to see what studying at university could be like.20 December 2012: Twelve students from Mount Austin High School in Wagga recently visited the University of Canberra as part of the Aspire UC program.Mount Austin High School has been instrumental in the development of many outstanding Australians in the field of sports, business, music, , agriculture, politics, education and academia, the legal profession, entertainment and the , medicine, television, engineering, building and many other fields. But most of all it has educated more than two generations of Australians who have contributed to society in all its various facets.Careers in the Spotlight gave year six pupils from Mount Austin High School feeder schools an opportunity to explore a variety of career options and the skills required to meet the demands of a particular occupation.On Saturday 7th June, Mount Austin High School held an open day. More than 1000 people were able to explore the campus and reminisce with campus tours lead by SRC students and historical displays set up in the hall. On Saturday night a formal Anniversary Dinner was held at Kyeamba Smith Hall at the Wagga Wagga Showgrounds.On Friday 6th June, a formal school assembly celebrating the 50th Anniversary took place. After the assembly two new signs were unveiled dedicating the football field on Bourke St to former Mount Austin High School student Steve Mortimer OAM and the cricket nets adjacent to Leavenworth Drive to former students Mark Taylor AO and Geoff Lawson OAM. Friday night saw reunions held at various locations around Wagga Wagga for different year groups of former students.MOUNT Austin High School students have taken celebrations for the end of year 10 into their own hands by snubbing the school-organised dinner and having their own event at a restaurant in town. Mount Austin High School students have taken celebrations for the end of year 10 into their own hands by snubbing the school-organised dinner and having their own event at a restaurant in town. The move follows the school's decision last year to scrap the traditional year 10 formal and replace it with a sit-down dinner which includes parents.
Mount Austin High School offers a number of unique academic and extra curricular programs for high school students in Wagga Wagga. Browse the following sections for more information:Mount Austin High School principal Anne Martin said the school wasn't aware students had organised their own celebration, but added that the dinner would be back on the cards next year.R U OK? Day is a national day of action on the second Thursday of September each year and dedicated to reminding people to regularly check in with family and friends. Students from Mount Austin High School decided that coming together on this day would be a great way of revisiting the messages taken away from the .