James Fallon HS is a truly comprehensive rural regional school, supporting all manner of young people and their families. For Albury, a place with two postcodes, the diversity of James Fallon High School is extensive. It is an incredibly successful environment in which to learn, and has been recognised as the Australian Education Awards Regional School of the Year as a result. The best rural school in Australia in 2021 is quite a rap, and we are a very proud community, as we have been recognised as “that school”.
James Fallon High School’s motto is “Together We Succeed”. Our vision is to live our motto, every day. Its vision is to personalise learning for every child, as this is what the school believes every young person deserves. Teaching and learning is personalised, so that every student is known, valued and cared for.
Our points of difference include the opportunities for personalising learning. Underpinning classroom practice is a diverse and specialised curriculum. With eight classes of Diverse Learning, a Big Picture Academy, intensive language and refugee student support groups, an extensive subject selection offering a sharing curriculum with the two other Albury high schools, there are outstanding opportunities for students to pursue their interests.
Our students are at the centre of all we do, and we work in all manner of ways to support their goals. Our NAPLAN growth is 14% above the state average, for example. However, we see students as more than a number. Our HSC
class of 2021 shows this, with 55 of 78 students achieving post-school tertiary entry before sitting any written examinations. We see young people as more than a number, and as a proudly public school, welcome all learners and support them at their point of need.
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