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The University High School, ParkvilleCompare
School Facts
School sector:Government
School type:Secondary school
Total student:1201 (boy:660, girl:541)
Total staff:101
Student attendance:
None-english student:
ICSEA value:
1144, ranks No.198 More ICSEA Ranking...
ICSEA distribution:
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VCE rank:No.95 (2015), No.58 (2014), No.63 (2013), No.55 (2012), No.83 (2011), No.58 (2010), No.73 (2009), No.61 (2008)
Address:77 Story St Parkville VIC 3052
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Phone:03 9347 2022
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The University High School caters for 1,225 students, most of whom reside in the local area. A proportion of students come from further afield to participate in special programs including music and gifted education.The school population has broad socioecon... more
Student Assessment
Year 759155957858662341
Year 963062163763566527
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
By Parent - 01 Jun 2024, Rate: average
UHS was probably a good school in the 1980s & 90s before enrolments sky rocketed as people bought apartments in the zone for the sole purpose of sending their children there. It is now hopelessly overcrowded to the points where it has had to move classes of its Y9 students to the local North Melbourne Primary school having run out of capacity on their Parkville campus. In my experience (and that of my childrens' and friends' children, some in the SEAL program) it is an adequate, public school - certainly no better than hundreds of public school across Melbourne. Thus, if you're expecting something special for your child from the school, fantastic teachers or a special academic culture, you'll be disappointed.
What distinguishes it in my experience, is that, understandbly, its administrators (and teachers I suspect) do not want or need your child, to the point where they will not-too-sublty, encourage parents to seek other school for their children to attend when given the opportunity. Unsurprisingly (and again, undersandably) a parents capacity to complain about the issues of over crowding, lack of amenities and poor maintenance is diminished, which realistically, is fair enough given it is a no-cost, public school. In contrast to other public, Catholic and private schools in the area, UHS doesn't really want, and certainly doesn't need your child.
By Alumnus - 17 Aug 2023, Rate: bad
i am so dissapointed with my time there.
By Alumnus - 26 Jun 2023, Rate: excellent
I attended Uni High from 1959-1961. I made friends I still treasure and keep in contact with, and I had (mostly) excellent teachers. Wish I could do it all again!
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