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Welcome to Coburg High School
We are proud to educate the young people of the Coburg community and to showcase our vision and values, approaches to teaching and learning, wellbeing supports, range of co-curricular programs, and the talents and achievements of our students and staff through this website. Our central purpose is to ensure that our students graduate to lead rewarding, responsible, prosperous, healthy and happy lives and to enable them to make significant contributions to the world.
Our school values are Excellence, Integrity, Curiosity, and Community and these values underpin our goals, policies, practices, behaviours and decision-making at Coburg High School.
Excellence—We strive to do our best and to continually improve in our learning and our work
Integrity—We are honest, open, trustworthy and ethical
Curiosity—We are lifelong learners who take a brave and inquisitive approach to the world around us
Community—We respect the rights of others, celebrate our diversity, and contribute to building an inclusive and thriving school and community
It is with great excitement that we announce some of the excellent VCE results of the Class of 2021. The school’s median study score has increased to 29 (up from 28 in 2020). There was also a significant increase in the number of students achieving study scores of 40 or above, with these results being achieved in:
Health and Human Development
Overall, 6.1% of students achieved a study score of 40 or above, up from 3.2% in 2020. Pleasingly, seven students achieved an ATAR of 90.00 or above.
Enquire about enrolment here.
Thank you to all of the families who joined us for our recent Open Day!
We will be holding further Student Led Tours on Thursday 16 June for families who were unable to attend.
Bookings are required to attend, please book here.
Learn about our Apple MacBook program.
Coburg High School acknowledges the Wurundjeri people as the Traditional Owners of the land on which our school stands, and we recognise the First Nations of this Country as the First People of the land.