Penguin District School

Penguin District School is a public, co-educational high school, in Penguin, Tasmania, Australia, a town located midway between of Burnie and Ulverstone.[1] It was created in 2013 when Penguin High School merged with Penguin Primary School.[2]Beginning in 2019, Penguin added grade 11 and 12 classes, mainly revolving around sports-based classes.[3] This sports focus was boosted with the opening of Dial Park, a multi-football ground sports complex on par with UTAS and Blundstone arenas.[4]

Penguin District School
Location
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Coordinates41.1273°S 146.0681°E / -41.1273; 146.0681
Information
TypePublic, co-educational, secondary, day school,
MottoTogether: We Aspire, We Strive, We Achieve
PrincipalMathew Grining
CampusSuburban
Colour(s)Navy blue, light blue
WebsitePenguin District School

See also

References

  1. "Penguin High School". Department of Education (Tasmania). Retrieved 8 April 2011.
  2. "Northern primary schools agree to merge". ABC. Retrieved 1 November 2013.
  3. News, Mirage (4 February 2019). "2019 focus on further lifting educational achievement". Mirage News. Retrieved 12 February 2019.
  4. Fair, Alex (26 February 2018). "First use for new Dial oval". The Advocate. Retrieved 12 February 2019.
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