Henley High School is a local Government School for 1,500 students in Years 7 to 12, including 60 to 80 international students and students with significant learning difficulties in our Supported Learning Centre Disability Unit.
The school provides a comprehensive curriculum that meets the learning needs of the diverse range of students from our local Western Adelaide community.
Henley High School is highly regarded for:
- A broad curriculum, including career advice
- The Sports Academy that includes a specialised entry program for high achieving student athletes in 10 sports
- Our focus on literacy numeracy, internationalism, vocational learning and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
- Provision of high-quality teaching and learning for students who are marginalised and have a significant intellectual and/or physical disability
- The use of ICT tools to enhance the engagement of, and successful outcomes for, students.
Flourishing at Henley High School
Our vision is to prepare our students to flourish in an evolving and challenging world.
At Henley High School, flourishing means:
- Being at your best
- Growing positively
- Responding to challenges, unpredictability or change
- Contributing and being a team player
- Being ambitious.
We aim to guide all students to know and use their strengths to make informed decisions about becoming active and engaged citizens while developing future career pathways that promote a flourishing life.
Find out more about Henley High School
A welcome to our school from our Principal, Mr Tony Sims.
Understand what drives us and what we are striving for.
Explore Henley High School’s 60+ year journey.
Explore our approach to learning and student growth.
Find out how to enrol at Henley High School.
Explore our timetable, uniform, parent communications and more.
Learn how to engage with or join our Governing Council and more.
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