Birrong Girls High School

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Birrong Girls High School is a public girls high school in Sydney's Birrong suburb in Australia. This is a multicutural school that serves around 837 students in years 7-12.[1] 84% of students are from a non-English speaking background, representing 46 language groups.

History

The school was established on 29 January 1957 as Birrong Home Science School. It was officially reopened as a multi-lateral high school, with the new name Birrong Girls High School, on 25 September 1959.[2]

Notable alumnae

References

  1. "Birrong Girls High School", NSW Public Schools,, accessed 3 August 2009.
  2. "Birrong Girls High School - History", accessed 3 August 2009.
  3. Jobs for the Fergusons - Fury at ALP dynasty's power grip. Simon Benson. 16 March 2006. Daily Telegraph
  4. 4.0 4.1 Voice of the People, Update May 2006 Part One.
  5. Birrong Bulletin, Issue No. 3 May 2007.

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