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Welcome to Port Hacking High School

Port Hacking High School is one of the largest secondary comprehensive schools in the Sutherland District and is known for its academic, student leadership, performing arts and sporting achievements. The school attracts students from the St George and Sutherland areas. Demand for places is high and there are waiting lists for most years. Port Hacking provides a stimulating and caring environment which produces young adults who have the intelligence, the skills, the confidence and the moral values to make the right choices in their lives.

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Student potential and their development is nurtured and challenged in a stimulating innovative educational environment.

Port Hacking cultivates lifelong values of honesty, integrity, empathy, perseverance, inclusion and a fundamental emphasis of embracing diversity in all contexts.

See results that count! Students are encouraged to propagate future focused work ready skills and seize their boundless potential as they progress through to graduation.

Looking to be part of the Port Hacking High School community?

We would like to make the enrolment process as simple as possible. All information regarding how to enrol can be found here.

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Department of Education

Important News

Here are the important messages & updates direct from the Department of Education

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Share our space this summer

Share our Space is back these summer school holidays with participating schools opening outdoor spaces to the community.

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Words are just enough to win the day

The champions of debating in NSW’s public schools have been decided.

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New COVID-safe school guidelines released

Parents of Kindergarten students will be able to share the first-day milestone with their children under COVID guidelines released today.

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A small school marks its place in history

Johns River Public School celebrates 150 years with a video series delving into the past.

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Bilingual program students in a class of their own

They started language classes together in primary school, now they graduate high school together after more than a decade of Mandarin lessons.

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