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Salisbury East High School is a progressive secondary school attracting approximately 675 students from across the northern suburbs of Adelaide.
We provide a world class, personalized learning experience within a supportive, culturally rich environment.
Our vision is to empower all students to achieve personal and academic excellence and become responsible global citizens. This is shaped by our strong focus on well-being, promotion of high standards and internationalism.

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20 May 2022

In today’s ‘Advertiser’ - an article about the SACE Merit Ceremony featuring SEHS’ own Evelline Nkombera who gained a merit in Health and WellBeing in 2021. Congratulations! ... See MoreSee Less

In today’s ‘Advertiser’ - an article about the SACE Merit Ceremony featuring SEHS’ own Evelline Nkombera who gained a merit in Health and WellBeing in 2021. Congratulations!

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Well done to you all: school, teachers, students, parents, relatives and all those others who give words of encouragement and who pray for you.

Awesome congratulations to the school and Students 🙏💙🙌👍

Congratulations to all successful students and the staff

SEHS has so much to offer and students have so much to gain. Congratulations your hard work has served you well. :)

Good ol’ Salisbury East High School! Congratulations to all!

that's ma girl ❤️

Thank you!

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20 May 2022

Yesterday, Andrew from the Motor Trade Association of SA/NT hosted a 3 hour Introduction to Automotive workshop for students in Years 10 and 11 who are interested in the Automotive Industry. Students first had a meet and greet with Andrew where they heard about the exciting journey his career had taken, then learnt to check the levels in a car and replace a tyre. Andre talked them through how to spit damaged or poorly repaired cars and ended with a Q&A session. The students were all eager to get in and get their hands dirty and gave everything a go. An excellent experience for all involved. This is just one of many immersion activities occurring for students who are looking at VET courses/trade pathways in 2023. ... See MoreSee Less

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As a female owner (along with my husband) of a local workshop we encourage girls as much as guys to learn about the skills of basic motor repairs. As our son is a student SEHS we would be happy to work with students of all year levels to help them

I remember we had an actual class (different school) for a term doing this i think ALL students should learn the basics, boys and girls whether they are interested or not

We have a young grandson who would have been thrilled to do this. His uncle is a car designer in USA. We are already talking to him about cars of the future; those that will run on hydrogen.

Yes I remember the year 10 boys obsession with cars. What are wonderful experience

I love the way SEHS just keeps on giving to their students. :)

Where was this last year for the kids in year 12 that wanted this type of stuff last year?

No girls… disappointing

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