Wellbeing: Adelaide High School values the achievement of individual and collective excellence and encourages the social, emotional, intellectual and physical development of all members of our community.
Learning: We build upon our linguistic and cultural diversity by offering a wide range of active lear ning opportunities connecting our school with local, national and international communities.
Culture: We value teamwork, reflection and sharing good practice.
We are committed to challenging our students to use their abilities and interests to maximise their individual potential by striving to further develop:
- Wellbeing: A safe and welcoming environment based on respect.
- Learning: Student learning outcomes through:
- explicit teaching and learning using a range of resources and methodologies, including ICT.
- varied curriculum and co-curricular programs.
- a range of learning opportunities, local, national and international connections and communities.
- Culture: A school community that sets future directions, honours its traditions and acknowledges and celebrates its diversity.
The aims of Adelaide High School are:
- to address the varied academic, social, emotional, cultural and physical needs of the wide range of students in an increasingly complex and changing world.
- to provide a stimulating, interesting and valued environment which fosters a positive attitude towards study, work and leisure-time activities, and encourages students to want to learn.
- to promote and facilitate the study of languages and the cultivation in students of an awareness and appreciation of the cultural and linguistic diversity of today's society.
- to establish an environment that provides equity of opportunity and of access to learning for all students in the school.
- to develop in students qualities of self-control, courtesy, consideration, tolerance and regard for the rights, feelings and sensibili ties of others.
- to develop students' skills and attributes that prepare them for life-long learning and achievement.
- to assist students develop a personal set of values.
- to provide encouragement for individuals to develop a sense of responsibility.
- to involve parents in working with the school towards achieving its aims.
- to keep parents aware of their child's development, progress and attitudes.
- to encourage students to make their contribution to school and through personal involvement in study, sport and school programs.
- to foster a sense of school identity.