Tempe High School (Sydney)

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Tempe High School
Tempe High School (Sydney) Crest.jpg
Location
Tempe, New South Wales
Australia
Coordinates 33°55′12″S 151°9′40″E / 33.92000°S 151.16111°E / -33.92000; 151.16111Coordinates: 33°55′12″S 151°9′40″E / 33.92000°S 151.16111°E / -33.92000; 151.16111
Information
Type Partially selective, state-funded, secondary, co-educational, day school
Motto Latin: Labora Fortiter
(Work Hard)
Established 1976[1]
Principal Socrates Dassaklis
Years offered 7–12
Enrolment 900[2] (2012)
Campus Suburban
Colour(s) Maroon & Black
         
Website

Tempe High School is a partially selective co-educational high school in Tempe, Sydney, Australia.

In 2004, a proposal to combine Tempe, Dulwich Hill, Marrickville and Newtown High Schools into a multi-campus college due to falling enrolments failed.[3] Instead, from 2005 the school became partially selective offering places based on academic performance as well as accepting local students.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.mtcos.com.au/images/tempe_high_school.pdf
  2. ^ "Tempe High School". School Locator. NSW Public Schools. Retrieved 3 June 2012. 
  3. ^ Burke, K. Super high school plan thrown out. Sydney Morning Herald, 28 August 2004.