Parramatta Rd, Petersham NSW 2049   More schools in postcode 2049
Phone   9569 4355
Fax       9550 9219

Fort Street High School originally called the Model School, is the oldest high school in New South Wales. It is a co-educational, selective school. In 1999 the school celebrated its Sesquicentenary. Fortians from across the globe, many of whom are famous Australians, travelled to be part of the Sesquicentenary week celebrations. In 1911 the school became known as Fort Street High School. Fort Street Girls and Boys joined in 1974, on the Taverners Hill site. The school motto, Faber est suam quisque fortunae, one is the maker of one's destiny underpins the expectations of Fortians on a daily basis.

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Enrolments 928  
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Students with disability and additional learning and support needs

The New South Wales Department of Education and Communities support students with disability and additional learning and support needs in public schools in a range of ways. This may include specialist support classes for students in regular and special schools; the Integration, Funding Support program which provides targeted funding for eligible students; and learning and support resourcing. Every regular public school in NSW receives a specialist teacher allocation and flexible funding based on the size of the school and the learning needs of their students.

You can discuss your child's learning needs and planning for their personalised learning and support with the principal of your child's school. For more information about the full range of support services in NSW public schools go to Disability, Learning & Support.

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