Concord High School (Sydney)
|Concord High School|
The school's logo, with the name of the school and its motto.
|Concord, New South Wales
|School type||Public, Comprehensive, Coeducational, Secondary School|
|Colour(s)||Charcoal, White, Yellow and Dark green|
There are 5 Houses at Concord named after local landmarks of the Parramatta River: Brays (Blue), Kendall (Purple), Kings (Red), Majors (Green) and Yaralla (Yellow). Its swimming carnival is normally held at the Drummoyne Pool.
Sporting, Extra-Curricular Activities and Music
Concord is widely associated with sporting. It is located near St. Lukes Oval, a multipurpose sporting ground with a 400m grass track, Five Dock Leisure Centre and Gym, Cintra Netball and Tennis Courts and Concord Football Oval. Its BASS (Before and After School Sports) Program consists of the following sports:
- Strength and Fitness
- Futsal (Yrs. 7-11)
- Table tennis
- Touch football
Other extra-curricular activities provided by, and through the school, include the following:
- Chess Club
- Robotics Club
- The school has a strings ensemble, school band, and provides private tutoring for a variety of musical instruments. Concord High School participates in the Symphonia Jubilate, a symphony orchestra composed of students from schools in the local area.
- "Concord High School: General School Profile" (PDF). Concord High School. Archived from the original (PDF) on 28 April 2011. Retrieved 2011-04-28.
- Patty, Anna (13 November 2006). "Schools lose out on foreign fee bonanza". The Sydney Morning Herald. Archived from the original on 22 August 2009. Retrieved 22 August 2009.
- "Concord High School: General School Profile" (PDF). Concord High School. Archived from the original (PDF) on 22 August 2009. Retrieved 22 August 2009.
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