Liverpool Girls High School

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Liverpool Girls High School
Forbes St, Liverpool
Liverpool, New South Wales, 2170
Type Public, Single-sex, Secondary, Day school
Motto Latin: Labor Omnia Vincit
(Work Conquers All)
Opened 1954
Principal David Hargrave
Years offered 7-12
Enrolment >1000
Hours in school day 6 hours and 10 minutes
Colour(s) Navy Blue, Red and White
Feeder to Liverpool public school, Mount Pritchard public school

Liverpool Girls High School is a multicultural all girls school located in the southwestern regions of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Liverpool girls high school was founded in 1954. It currently has over 1000 students ranging from years 7-12.


Award system[edit]

At Liverpool Girls High School, awards are given based on academic performance in school. Good behaviour will result in the award of accolades and the top 3 students in each subject will receive presentation awards, with the highest performing student receiving a gold award.

Academic results[edit]

Year Better Education HSC Rank
2013 283rd out of 645 eligible schools
2014 396th out of 585 eligible schools
2015 308th out of 582 eligible schools


Liverpool Girls High School is registered and accredited with the New South Wales Board of Studies, and therefore follows the mandated curriculum for all years.