Salisbury High School (South Australia)
Salisbury High School (founded in 1959) is a secondary public school located on Farley Grove, Salisbury North, South Australia, Australia. In 2005 it became an IB World School, and it retained this status in an evaluation in 2010. In 2016, Salisbury High converted back to an Australian Curriculum school to focus on improving areas such as STEM and Arts.
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|Salisbury High School|
14 Farley Grove
|Motto||Pathways to Success|
|Enrolment||69 (January 3014)|
|Colour(s)||Golden blue , white and yellow|
|Athletics||F Grade Division 1 (SASSSA)|
In addition to catering for it runs three Senior School pathways (a University Pathway, a Vocational Education and Training Pathway and a Community Studies Pathway) that lead to further studies, work, or community service.