Glendale Technology High School

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Glendale Technology High School
Glendale Technology High School is located in New South Wales
Glendale Technology High School
Glendale Technology High School
Location in New South Wales

Coordinates32°55′38″S 151°38′28″E / 32.9273024°S 151.6410054°E / -32.9273024; 151.6410054Coordinates: 32°55′38″S 151°38′28″E / 32.9273024°S 151.6410054°E / -32.9273024; 151.6410054
Former nameGlendale High School
TypeGovernment-funded co-educational comprehensive secondary day school
Established1970; 49 years ago (1970)
(as Glendale High School)[1]
Educational authorityNew South Wales Department of Education
PrincipalTony Angel
Teaching staff61.9 FTE (2018)[2]
Enrolment779[2] (2018)
Campus typeSuburban

Glendale Technology High School is a government-funded co-educational comprehensive secondary day school, located in Glendale, a suburb of Lake Macquarie, in the Hunter region of New South Wales, Australia.

Established in 1970 as Glendale High School,[1] the school enrolled approximately 780 students in 2018, from Year 7 to Year 12, of whom 14 percent identified as Indigenous Australians and five percent were from a language background other than English.[2] The school is operated by the NSW Department of Education; the principal is Tony Angel.[3]


Glendale High School became a Technology High School in 1990. The Glendale Industry Academy, training students in skills shortage areas, is delivered at the school in partnership with TAFE NSW and local industries.[4]

Broadcaster, comedian and writer John Doyle taught at the school in the 1980s.[5]

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  1. ^ a b Mills, John (8 September 1998). T. M. Fanklin Multipurpose Centre (Speech). Hansard. Legislative Assembly of New South Wales, Sydney: Parliament of New South Wales. Retrieved 29 July 2019.
  2. ^ a b c "Glendale High School, Glendale, NSW: School profile". My School. Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority. 2019. Retrieved 29 July 2019.
  3. ^ "Glendale Technology High School". The National Education Directory of Australia.
  4. ^ "Glendale Technology High School". School Choice. Universal Magazines. n.d. Retrieved 29 July 2019.
  5. ^ Amy Edwards (26 July 2013). "John Doyle, Aussie storyteller". Newcastle Herald.

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