Wodonga High School

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Wodonga High School was one of three public secondary schools educating Years 7−12 in Wodonga, Victoria, Australia. It was founded in 1955, and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2005 under principal, Peter McLean.

In 2005−2006 it formally merged and pooled resources with the other two public secondary schools in Wodonga, Wodonga West Secondary College and Mitchell Secondary College.[1] As of 2006, the former Wodonga High School facility is a specialist senior school for Years 10, 11 and 12, known as Wodonga Senior Secondary College, loosely associated with Wodonga Middle Years College.

Motto[edit]

The school's motto was "Labora ut Servias" which roughly translates to "Work to Serve."

Website[edit]

Wodonga High School's website was http://www.wodonga.vic.edu.au, but this address has been converted to serve Wodonga Senior Secondary College.

Notable alumni[edit]

Spencer Turner - previous draft resister and communist.

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