Campus ‘proudly multicultural’

A POPULAR co–educational high school, Bass High has over 600 students enrolled at the school.

Proudly multicultural, the school is home to a diverse student population with 79 per cent from a non–English speaking background and 21 Aboriginal students.
It offers high quality teaching and learning programs to cater for a variety of needs in order to ensure the best possible outcome for the students.
“At Bass High School, we value safe and respectful learners,” a spokesperson said.
“Students and staff consistently strive to do their best and work hard to achieve the high expectations set at our school.
“We aim to provide all students with a positive, supportive and engaging learning environment, with a focus on active learning and student wellbeing.
“With our modern facilities, talented teachers and quality learning programs, students have strong and supportive opportunities to achieve their learning potential.”
The school’s broad syllabus covers traditional subjects and a range of electives including Agriculture, Hospitality, Sport, Information and Communications Technology, and Creative Arts.
Senior students also enjoy a choice of traditional HSC subjects as well as Vocational Education Training courses in Business Services, Information Technology, Hospitality, Sports Coaching, Primary Industries and Construction.
There is also a Special Education Unit which supports the needs of students with a range of disabilities.
Exciting technologies, including interactive whiteboards, laptops, iPads, robotics and 3-D printers, provide students with access to the world of learning beyond the classroom.
The award-winning Student Learning Centre provides opportunities for students to extend their learning and to work directly with university student tutors.
“We are very proud of our school, our students, teachers and our community,” the spokesperson added.