Picnic Point High School

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Picnic Point High School
Picnic Point High School (emblem).gif
Address
61 Kennedy Street

, ,
2213

Coordinates33°57′53″S 151°00′34″E / 33.9648°S 151.0095°E / -33.9648; 151.0095Coordinates: 33°57′53″S 151°00′34″E / 33.9648°S 151.0095°E / -33.9648; 151.0095
Information
School typeHigh school
MottoKnowledge is Life
Established1962
PrincipalSharon Byron
StaffApprox. 85
EnrolmentApprox. 1000
Colour(s)Green and gold
Website

Picnic Point High School is a government high school located in the suburb of Picnic Point, New South Wales, Australia.

The school has approximately 1000 students in Years 7 to 12. It prepares students for the Higher School Certificate (HSC) in Year 12, and the Record of School Achievement for those students who leave school before attaining the HSC. The school celebrated its 50th anniversary on Saturday, 31 March 2012.

Notable alumni[edit]

Notable current and former staff[edit]

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