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Cecil Hills High School

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Cecil Hills High School
File:Cecil Hills High School Logo.jpg
Cecil Hills High School is located in Sydney
Cecil Hills High School
Cecil Hills High School
Cecil Hills High School is located in New South Wales
Cecil Hills High School
Cecil Hills High School
Cecil Hills High School (New South Wales)
Cecil Hills High School is located in Australia
Cecil Hills High School
Cecil Hills High School
Cecil Hills High School (Australia)
50 Spencer Road, Cecil Hills, New South Wales

Coordinates33°53′44″S 150°51′04″E / 33.895505°S 150.851031°E / -33.895505; 150.851031Coordinates: 33°53′44″S 150°51′04″E / 33.895505°S 150.851031°E / -33.895505; 150.851031

TypeGovernment-funded co-educational comprehensive secondary day school
MottoWe Believe in Success
Established1996; 28 years ago (1996)
Educational authorityNew South Wales Department of Education
PrincipalMark Sutton
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Cecil Hills High School (abbreviated as CHHS) is a government-funded co-educational comprehensive secondary day school, located at 50 Spencer Road, Cecil Hills, a south-western suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Established in 1996, the school currently caters for approximately 1,450 students from Year 7 to Year 12, including 85% of students who are from a non-English speaking background. The school has an integrated support unit catering for students with moderate and severe intellectual and/or physical disability, including autism. The school is operated by the New South Wales Department of Education and the principal is Mark Sutton.


Cecil Hills High School was established in 1996. The school has had three principals since its opening, including John McGregor (1996–2004), Sean Bowen (2004–2015) and Mark Sutton (2015–present). In the first year of operation, the school had only Year 7 students, totalling 121. Since then, the school’s population grew substantially, as more cohorts entered the school. The first Year 12 cohort graduated in 2001. There are additionally three teachers in the school that have been teaching since the school opened. The school celebrated its 20th anniversary in December 2016.



Cecil Hills High School has a large gymnasium, which contains one full-sized basketball court, and is used for basketball, indoor soccer, slider hockey, dodgeball, as well as school assemblies. There are additionally 2 outdoor basketball courts, 2 volleyball courts, 2 netball courts and a softball diamond.

House system[edit]

Cecil Hills High School has four houses in which students are distributed based on their surname. Students can earn points for their house through 3 fields: academic, sporting and extracurricular. The four houses are all named after significant Australian peoples.

House Named in honour of Colour
Chisolm Crocs Caroline Chisolm Green
Goolagong Goannas Evonne Goolagong Yellow
Hollows Hawks Fred Hollows Red
Whitlam Sharks Gough Whitlam Blue

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