Principal’s Message

Jamison High School is a comprehensive, coeducational high school of over 980 students with a proud tradition of delivering quality educational opportunities for all students. Our school enjoys success across a range of areas including academic achievement, the creative and performing arts, a range of quality extra curricula programs and a wide variety of sports.

Our school offers a broad and diverse curriculum across Years 7 to 12 that caters to the interests, abilities and talents of all our students. We place a high value on educating students to be ready for life in a technology-rich society. From the cross-curricula Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) programs to the use of Google Classroom to extend learning, we have a strong technology focus in our curriculum as a Bring Your Own Device school.

We are a uniform school and place high importance on our three core values of safety, respect and aspirational learners. We are proud of the programs that support the learning and wellbeing needs of all our students. Our staff support students throughout their schooling through our UMatter program, meeting students each day in mentoring as well as offering advice and support at key transition points from Years 7-12. Parents are also partners in learning through our UConnect programs where we work with parents and our community to support students during their time at the school.  We work in partnership with our parent community and are proud of its supportive and involved Parents and Citizens Association.

Our school has an experienced, committed and dedicated staff who use their expertise to develop and implement quality educational programs that support all aspects of students learning. Beyond the classroom, staff offer a range of extracurricular activities that cater to a range of students interests to extend learning, foster and develop talent and develop leadership skills, problem solving and teamwork.

At Jamison High School we take pride in the achievement of all our students.

Glyn Trethewy

Principal