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Special Interest Schools in Adelaide

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Special Interest Schools:

Music 
Brighton Secondary
Fremont-Elizabeth City High
Marryatville High
Woodville High

Agriculture
Urrbrae High

Languages
Adelaide High

Ignite Programs for Gifted Students
The Heights
Glenunga International
Aberfoyle Park High

Dance/Drama
Charles Campbell Secondary
Golden Grove High

Sports and Physical Education
Wirreanda High
Henley High
Wirreanda also coordinates the Southern Vales Physical Education and Sports Program involving Christies Beach High (aquatics), Morphett Vale (cycling) and Reynella East High (basketball and hockey)
In addition, eight secondary schools in conjunction with the respective state sporting associations, have established special interest sports programs:
Seaton High (baseball)
Pasadena High (Basketball)
Blackwood High (Netball)
Marryatville High (Tennis)
Brighton High (Volleyball)
Heathfield High (Volleyball)
Mount Gambier High (Cricket, Football and Netball - NB Australian Football that is!)

Single Sex Schools
Gepps Cross Girls High
Mitcham Girls High

Vocational Colleges
Windsor Gardens Vocational College
Souther Vocational College (at Christies Beach High)

Australian Science and Mathematics School (enrols students in years 10,11,12)

These were listed in the Govt brochure: If anybody knows any more, perhaps add them and then we can buld up a good list.

 


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Norwood Morialta have added three new special interest programs for entry in 2018: 

STEM - an accelerated program with a focus in STEM

Rowing 

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