Fremont-Elizabeth City High School

Fremont-Elizabeth City High School is a high school in Elizabeth a northern suburb of Adelaide, South Australia, the result of amalgamating the original three secondary schools in Elizabeth.

It offers general secondary education with elite programs in music, it is one of four Special Interest Music Centres, with those at the then "Fremont High School" set up in 1978, Brighton Secondary School and Marryatville High Schools set up 1976 and Woodville High School in 1977 and covering four distinct geographical areas of Adelaide. It is also one of thirteen Engineering Pathways Schools in South Australia.

Entry to the music program is by audition.

It offers Aboriginal Studies 8-12 with support provided for all Indigenous Australian students.

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Fremont-Elizabeth City High School - History - Elizabeth High School
... Elizabeth High School was established at the Philip Highway site in Elizabeth in 1961, providing general education for students beyond year 7, and preparation for entry to tertiary education ... the buildings in the north-eastern corner of the site, and by the mid-1960s over half the school was housed in "temporary" buildings extending west ... Enrolment eventually declined with the maturing population of the city and the establishment of another high school in Elizabeth West nearer the developing suburbs that had extended northwards into ...

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