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Blacktown Boys High School

Blacktown Boys High School

Partially Selective Boys High School since 2010

Telephone02 9622 1558

About our school

Since 1959, Blacktown Boys High School has had a strong tradition of educating boys into model citizens. The school is located a short stroll from the Blacktown CBD on traditional Darug land. The popularity of the school has seen its enrolment steadily increase since 2010 to its current level of 860 students. In 2010 the school became partially selective. Since then, curriculum has been broadened and a Gifted and talented class (Everest) established. The school has mainstream classes and caters for an Inclusive Education Unit.

At Blacktown Boys High School, we accommodate a diversity of cultures and languages with 90% of our students from language backgrounds other than English.

Opportunities are provided for students to pursue an academic pathway towards university and other tertiary institutions. Many of our students choose courses across the sciences and humanities, ranging from Medicine, dentistry and Engineering to criminology, teaching, business, and construction. For those students who do not wish to pursue a university degree, our Careers Team have established programs in place to assist students to transition into the workforce, an apprenticeship or traineeship. Students attain white cards and other necessary qualifications to ensure steady transition to the workforce. Students at Blacktown Boys High School leave with a strong work ethic and social conscience, contributing towards the growth of our community and our nation.

Successful students at Blacktown Boys High School

- Achieve academic and creative excellence

- Develop skills and talents which are transferable to the workforce, the household and society in general.

- Develop skills to become life-long learners.

- Are resilient, self-confident and able to collaborate and communicate with people they come in contact with.

Our focus at Blacktown Boys High School is the wellbeing and academic success of our students, encouraging them to move out of their comfort zones, explore their horizons, become engaged in their learning and achieve their best.

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