This is a list of schools in Tasmania. Schools in the public education system include 138 primary schools (Kindergarten to Grade 6), 57 high schools (Grade 7 to 10), and 8 colleges (Grade 11 and 12). The public education system is run by the Tasmanian Department of Education.
Of the high schools, 26 are district (or district high) schools, where in rural areas the primary and high schools are located on a single campus. There are also 8 support (or special) schools, 4 early learning centres, 1 infant school and distance education.
The largest public education institute in Tasmania is the University of Tasmania, with major campuses at Newnham (in Launceston) and Sandy Bay (in Hobart), along with a north-west centre in Burnie.
There are many non-government schools and colleges in Tasmania. Non-government schools generally have a religious affiliation, although the strength varies between schools. There are 69 registered non-government schools in Tasmania.
Hobart High School - became Hobart Matriculation College in 1966? (which later transformed into Hobart College on another site) for years 11 and 12 students only, with earlier year students re-directed to suburban high schools, such as Taroona High School
Inglis Primary School - was renamed to Table Cape Primary School(Bowick Street Campus)1998.
Wynyard Primary School - was renamed to Table Cape Primary School(Gibbons Street Campus)1998.
Elizabeth St Primary School
Mornington Primary School - campus now Mackillop College