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About Our School
 
Prospect High School has approximately 440 students from grades 7 to 11 and is situated in the city of Launceston, Tasmania.
 
Our decision making and behaviour is influenced by our school values of respect, integrity, fairness, empathy and optimism. Our supportive and inclusive school culture is underpinned by the principles of positive behaviour support.
 
Our mission statement is, 'preparing students for the world of their time' and this is elaborated upon in the school's vision statement.
Our school symbol is the eagle and our uniform is based around the colours of green and gold.
 
All students are expected to wear their uniform with pride and represent the school positively in the community. Our teachers currently use a combination of the Australian Curriculum and the Tasmanian Curriculum depending upon the subject being taught.
 
Prospect High School was established in 1965 and has a long tradition of achievement across all endeavours. Recent development of the schools classrooms including Art, Dance/Drama the Gymnasium have contributed to a modern, comfortable and safe environment that fosters ownership and enables quality teaching and learning to occur in a 21st century learning environment.
 
In 2019 we will continue to uphold our traditions but also challenge our school community to continually strive for improvement and excellence as we enter a new cycle of our four year strategic plan with a focus on "Quality Teaching", "Quality Learning" and "Connectedness."
 
Lee Barker
Principal

 

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2019 Gr 10 Course Selec Form GJ 2018 08 13.pdf
  
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2019 Gr 8 Course Selection Form.pdf
  
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2019 Gr 9 10 Subject Selection Booklet.pdf
  
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2019 Gr 9 Course Selection Form.pdf
  
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2019 Student and Parent Information Guide  21.2.19.pdf
  
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School Association Committee Nomination form 2019.pdf
  
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School Association News 23.03.19.pdf
  
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