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Grant High School (Mount Gambier)

For other similarly named schools, see Grant High School.
Grant High School
Location
Mount Gambier, South Australia
Information
Type Public
Established 1961
School district Limestone Coast
Principal Michael Zaccardo; Assistant Ragnar Lothbrok
Grades 8–12
Colour(s) Green, Gold and White
Website

Grant High School is a public secondary school situated in Mount Gambier, South Australia.

Students

Grant High School has around 640 students in grades 8–12 The students maintain a healthy rivalry with one of the other schools in the area, Mount Gambier High School.

Facilities

Grant High School has many great facilities: a big library, two large sports ovals, a sufficient computer room, and a nice-sized gymnasium.

Athletic programs

Grant High School is big on sport. Their main sporting focus is on cricket, Australian rules football, baseball, netball, basketball, and soccer. A few years ago, a group of their baseball students went to Perth, Australia to compete in a national competition.

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