Rutherford Technology High School
|Rutherford Technology High School|
|Rutherford, New South Wales
|Type||Public, Co-educational, Secondary, Day school|
|Colour(s)||Maroon and Blue|
Rutherford Technology High School is a secondary school located in Rutherford, a suburb of the city of Maitland, New South Wales in the Hunter Region of New South Wales, Australia. The current principal is Mr Michael Whiting (replaced Mr Paul Tracey Term 3 2009), and the deputy principals are Simone Hughes and Kylie Fabri. The school opened in 1985. The school has a Student Representative Council containing 24 members, with over 1200 students enrolled in 2012.
Rutherford High has a limited agriculture facility, sporting facilities and a partially functioning music "laboratory". It is currently undergoing renovations throughout the entire school to create a better education and experience for its students and staff.
Rutherford High was built in 1985, the same time and right behind its companion school, Rutherford Public. The two compete in sport programs together,use each others facilities and both wear maroon, with a maroon fence surrounding both schools etc. Recently, Maitland Tutorial Centre, which was located on South Street, Telarah (South Street Public School ), has relocated to a new location in between both schools. Rutherford High has also been extended as far up to the Tutorial Centre, as part of the ongoing renovations, with a renovated front office, shelter, science labs, asphalt area, hall and a brand new two-story classroom building that will be joint onto the old two-story building, with an elevator for students and staff in a wheel chair to get upstairs with easy access.
- "Staff - 2009". New South Wales Department of Education and Training. Retrieved 15 June 2009.
- "Going to a Public School - Rutherford High School". New South Wales Department of Education and Training. 8 November 2007. Retrieved 15 June 2009.
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