Nowra High School

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Nowra High School is a co-educational public high school, providing education for students in grades 7-12. It has been located on Moss St in Nowra, New South Wales, Australia since 1956.[1] There are around 1,100 students and about 70 staff. The school motto is "Wisdom Through Knowledge".

State visits[edit]

The Governor-General hosted a meeting, in the school, with indigenous students from the City's high schools, on 17 May 2007.[2]

Notable staff[edit]

  • Brian McGowan, a former member of the Legislative Assembly taught here in the 1960s.[3]

Notable students[edit]


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Coordinates: 34°52′17″S 150°36′37″E / 34.8713°S 150.6103°E / -34.8713; 150.6103