Cosgrove High School
|Cosgrove High School|
|City of Glenorchy, Tasmania
|Type||Public, Co-education, High School|
|Motto||Each for All|
Cosgrove High School (formerly "Robert Cosgrove Modern School" and "Robert Cosgrove High School") is a co-educational public high school in Glenorchy, a city of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. The school was established in 1951 and named after Sir Robert Cosgrove.
Cosgrove High School has four athletic houses
- Barton Bulls, named after Edmund Barton
- Deakin Dragons, named after Alfred Deakin
- Hughes Hornets, named after Billy Hughes
- Parkes Pythons: named after Henry Parkes
- "State Library of Tasmania catalogue - "Robert Cosgrove Modern School, Derwent Park"". State Library of Tasmania. Retrieved 6 July 2010.
- "State Library of Tasmania catalogue -"Robert Cosgrove Secondary School, science room"". State Library of Tasmania. Retrieved 6 July 2010.
- "Department of Education :: The Department :: Contacting the department :: School directory :: Cosgrove High School". Department of Education (Tasmania). Retrieved 6 July 2010.
- Cosgrove High School: Each for All
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