Macarthur Girls High School(麥克阿瑟女子中學)
Macarthur Girls High School
基本資料 | Information
Macarthur Girls High School is situated on the Parramatta River next to Parramatta City, New South Wales, Australia. The school was named after John Macarthur, a pioneer of the Australian wool industry. The school was built in 1934 with later additions in 1955, 1975, 1996 and 2010. The school offers students a curriculum directed towards the Higher School Certificate with a combination of traditional and Vocational Education courses, ensuring that the needs and interests of all students are well met. Across all of these courses the development and application of computer and other technologies are integrated, as they are in every other school.
The schools 75th birthday was in 2009. The School Students Representative Council celebrated the event by renovating the rose garden.