Randwick Girls' High School

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Randwick Girls' High School
Randwick Girls High School Crest
Barker Street

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Coordinates33°55′19.12″S 151°14′21.65″E / 33.9219778°S 151.2393472°E / -33.9219778; 151.2393472
TypePublic, Secondary, Day school
MottoLatin: Facta non Verba
("Deeds, not Words.")
EstablishedJanuary 1959[1]
PrincipalLucy Andre
Years offered7 - 12
Enrolment~878 (7–12)[2]
Hours in school day6 hours
CampusBarker and Avoca Streets
Colour(s)Gold, White and Bottle Green             
For the Boys School, See: Randwick Boys High School

Randwick Girls' High School (RGHS) is a school located in Randwick, New South Wales, Australia, between Barker and Avoca Streets. It is a Girls high school operated by the New South Wales Department of Education with students from years 7 to 12. The school was established in January 1959.

History and campus[edit]

The history of Randwick Girls High dates back to 1883, when Randwick Public School was established by the NSW Government. The school, to accommodate 200 students, was built on land at the top of Avoca Street, Randwick in 1886. The senior functions of the school became a Superior Public School in 1913, a Junior High School in 1944 and finally split with a Boys High School in 1949, who eventually moved further south down Avoca street, joined later with the establishment of Randwick Girls' High School in 1959.[3] Since the 1990s, Randwick Girls has participated in the Rock Eisteddfod Challenge jointly with its brother school, Randwick Boys High School. Many places have been gained by the combined team, first reaching the finals in 1995, being a regular finalist since that time and winning the Premier Division in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006 and 2007.[4]

Notable alumni[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Randwick Girls High - Cumberland". History of New South Wales government schools. NSW Department of Education. Retrieved 13 April 2018.
  2. ^ "Randwick Girls High School". School Locator. NSW Public Schools. Retrieved 2 October 2011.
  3. ^ "Beginnings". History of Randwick Boys. RBHS. Retrieved 2 October 2011.
  4. ^ "Rock Eisteddfod". Extra-Curricular. RBHS. Retrieved 2 October 2011.

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