Frankston High School

Frankston High School, in Victoria, Australia, is a secondary college offering education for students in Years 7 to 12.

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Frankston South, Victoria - Schools
... Primary Derinya Primary School Overport Primary School St ... Augustine's Primary School (Catholic private) Woodleigh School, junior campus (independent private), note the senior campus is in the neighbouring suburb of Baxter ... Secondary Frankston High School Frankston High School is considered one of the more highly regarded secondary schools in the Frankston area, with VCE results consistently at the state median ...
Frankston High School - Sister Schools
... Frankston is the sister city of Susono, Shizuoka in Japan and Frankston High School maintains a strong sister school relationship with Kawaguchi-Kita High School in ... Regular cultural visits and student exchanges take place between these schools ... Frankston also has a sister school relationship with Lycée Jean Zay, in Orléans, France ...

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