Mudgee High School
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|Mudgee High School|
The PBL Logo is the Mudgee Wattle
41 Duoro Street
|Motto||Latin: Non Tibi Sed Scholae|
(Not for myself, for School)
|Houses|| Blaxland |
|Slogan||Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible|
|Website||Mudgee High School |
Mudgee High School is a New South Wales government high school in the regional town of Mudgee. It is part of the Cudgegong Learning Community (CLC). It provides comprehensive education for students in years 7 to 12 including a support unit for special education. The current enrollment is close to 1000 students.
The School was established 1916.
Welfare & Other Policies
The school is undergoing several policy upgrades and changes. It has started implementing a new student welfare policy during 2013 that embraces Positive Behavior for Learning (PBL) with the three focus areas of Safe, Respectful, Responsible and are currently in the early stages of adopting a policy of Bring You Own Device (BYOD).
During the Building The Education Revolution(BER) the school gained a brand new Hospitality Trade Training Centre which has been named 'The Inner Quad Cafe' and a Metals and Engineering upgrade Trade Training Centre.
At the beginning of Year 7, all Mudgee High School students are placed in one of the following four houses, usually on the basis of their last name:
|House||Colour||Swimming Carnival||Athletics Carnival||Patron|
|Cunningham||Captain (Jackson) Cunningham|
|Blaxland||2016 Champions||2016 Champions||William Cover|
Every year there is a swimming and athletic carnival held in which students compete to earn their house points. A winner of each carnival and of the overall house championship is announced each year.
Additionally, the houses are used to form the basis of roll call (free reading time), which students attend every morning for approx. 15 minutes.
Each year Mudgee High School produces a school magazine titled Mirri which showcases selections of the years highlights.
Mudgee High School has formed close links with several sister schools over the world including Kitasenri High School (Japan), Nose Senior High School (Japan), Ibaraki Nishi High School (Japan) and St. Francis of Assisi High School (Fatuberliu, East Timor).
During 2014 a group of Mudgee High students and teachers made their way to Japan to further their study of the Japanese culture and language.
- Mudgee High School website
- NSW Department of Education and Training: Mudgee High School
- Mudgee High School Portal which includes links to MHS Moodle, Edmodo etc.
- Mudgee High Celebrates 12 years of Rainbow Day
- The Colourful Tradition of Rainbow Day
- Rainbow Day to aid LifeSkills