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  1. Trades Norwest Anglican Senior College is a co-educational senior trade school that offers an alternative model to traditional schools. Year 11 and 12 students can focus on a vocational education pathway in a senior college environment. Students who complete the HSC and the first year of an Apprenticeship/Traineeship can earn while they learn. We provide a caring and nurturing environment. Each student has a Mentor who takes a close interest in the students' work and school life. Our Vision The Lord will be the sure foundation of your times, a rich source of salvation and wisdom, and know
  2. Trades Norwest Anglican Senior College is a co-educational senior trade school that offers an alternative model to traditional schools. Year 11 and 12 students can focus on a vocational education pathway in a senior college environment. Students who complete the HSC and the first year of an Apprenticeship/Traineeship can earn while they learn. We provide a caring and nurturing environment. Each student has a Mentor who takes a close interest in the students' work and school life. Our Vision The Lord will be the sure foundation of your times, a rich source of salvation and wisdom, and know
  3. Established in September 1983, Rueishiang was previously named“Kaohsiung Municipal Rueisiang Junior High School” It was reorganized in 1995 and was the first six-year high school in Kaohsiung. Now, it is a 30-year-old, co-educational school, including junior and senior high students. RSSH consists of Grade 7th–9th ( 13-15 years old) and Grade 10th-12th (16-18 years old). The total number of students is over 3000, including 63 junior high school classes and 27 senior high school classes. Through the cooperation and diligence of teachers and students, RSSH has achieved excellent performances in
  4. Established in September 1983, Rueishiang was previously named“Kaohsiung Municipal Rueisiang Junior High School” It was reorganized in 1995 and was the first six-year high school in Kaohsiung. Now, it is a 30-year-old, co-educational school, including junior and senior high students. RSSH consists of Grade 7th–9th ( 13-15 years old) and Grade 10th-12th (16-18 years old). The total number of students is over 3000, including 63 junior high school classes and 27 senior high school classes. Through the cooperation and diligence of teachers and students, RSSH has achieved excellent performances in
  5. Our school was founded in September 1946, with the name "Taipei County Banqiao Junior High School." It is also called “Garden of Lindens”, for there are originally two ancient lindens, which are once known as one of the greatest scenes of “Ten Impressive Scenery of Banqiao.” In 1950, August, Banqiao Junior High School began to establish and turn into senior high school. Afterward, our school, including junior and senior high, was formally established in February 1952. The same year in August, it was further restructured and titled, "Taiwan Provincial Banqiao Senior High School." On February 1s
  6. Our school was founded in September 1946, with the name "Taipei County Banqiao Junior High School." It is also called “Garden of Lindens”, for there are originally two ancient lindens, which are once known as one of the greatest scenes of “Ten Impressive Scenery of Banqiao.” In 1950, August, Banqiao Junior High School began to establish and turn into senior high school. Afterward, our school, including junior and senior high, was formally established in February 1952. The same year in August, it was further restructured and titled, "Taiwan Provincial Banqiao Senior High School." On February 1s
  7. The Indian Community School, Senior Branch, is housed in an excellent campus, centrally located in Salmiya. The ICSK, Senior Branch is a co-educational school for students of classes IX-XII. It is a unique institution, with the tradition of setting new records in academic excellence. The result-oriented teaching has been instrumental in the students securing top ranks in the AISS and AISSC examinations in Kuwait and the entire Gulf region also. The school enjoys a prominent position among all other CBSE schools in Kuwait. A team of highly motivated, dedicated teachers is the backbone of th
  8. The Indian Community School, Senior Branch, is housed in an excellent campus, centrally located in Salmiya. The ICSK, Senior Branch is a co-educational school for students of classes IX-XII. It is a unique institution, with the tradition of setting new records in academic excellence. The result-oriented teaching has been instrumental in the students securing top ranks in the AISS and AISSC examinations in Kuwait and the entire Gulf region also. The school enjoys a prominent position among all other CBSE schools in Kuwait. A team of highly motivated, dedicated teachers is the backbone of th
  9. Our aim here in Belgrove Senior Girls’ School is to help each child to achieve her full potential. Together with her educational development, each child’s personal, emotional and social development is our priority. The building of each child’s self-esteem is of prime importance. We inculcate in our pupils’ good behavior patterns based on consideration, respect, and tolerance for others. We place a strong focus on fair and balanced communication as part of this behavioral model. We, as a school community, reject harmful unbalanced interactions and we insist on respect for all. This model encour
  10. St. Catherine’s Senior School caters to girls from second class to sixth class. We are a fifteen-teacher school, including S.E.T. teachers and a Home School Community Liaison Teacher. St. Catherine’s Senior School is a primary school situated on Ratoath Road in Cabra West, Dublin 7. The school occupies the first floor of the building, which was built by the Dominican Sisters in 1944. The school hall is shared with the Infant School on the ground floor. In April 2006, the Dominican sisters transferred the school to the Laurence O’Toole Trust, under the patronage of The Archbishop of D
  11. St. Catherine’s Senior School caters to girls from second class to sixth class. We are a fifteen-teacher school, including S.E.T. teachers and a Home School Community Liaison Teacher. St. Catherine’s Senior School is a primary school situated on Ratoath Road in Cabra West, Dublin 7. The school occupies the first floor of the building, which was built by the Dominican Sisters in 1944. The school hall is shared with the Infant School on the ground floor. In April 2006, the Dominican sisters transferred the school to the Laurence O’Toole Trust, under the patronage of The Archbishop of D
  12. St. Louis Senior Primary School is a co-educational Primary School, catering to students from Second to Sixth class, in which we strive to provide a well-ordered, caring, happy, and secure environment where learning opportunities abound. Our school fosters a welcoming, positive and inclusive climate where values of self-worth, equality, and understanding are cherished and promoted. We endeavor to enhance the self-esteem of all within our school, imbuing in our pupil's respect for themselves and others and developing in them the concept of civic responsibility. St. Louis Senior Primary School
  13. St. Louis Senior Primary School is a co-educational Primary School, catering to students from Second to Sixth class, in which we strive to provide a well-ordered, caring, happy, and secure environment where learning opportunities abound. Our school fosters a welcoming, positive and inclusive climate where values of self-worth, equality, and understanding are cherished and promoted. We endeavor to enhance the self-esteem of all within our school, imbuing in our pupil's respect for themselves and others and developing in them the concept of civic responsibility. St. Louis Senior Primary School
  14. We endeavor to provide a happy, secure environment so that all children will progress with enjoyment and develop an eagerness to learn. Opportunities occur during the year for you to visit the school and to discuss your child’s progress with the class teacher. We actively encourage and promote parental involvement in the school. When parents, guardians, teachers, and management are working together, the children flourish. The school enjoys the ongoing support of the Parents’ Committee. The school encourages punctuality but accepts that late arrivals do and will happen, but it is most important
  15. We endeavor to provide a happy, secure environment so that all children will progress with enjoyment and develop an eagerness to learn. Opportunities occur during the year for you to visit the school and to discuss your child’s progress with the class teacher. We actively encourage and promote parental involvement in the school. When parents, guardians, teachers, and management are working together, the children flourish. The school enjoys the ongoing support of the Parents’ Committee. The school encourages punctuality but accepts that late arrivals do and will happen, but it is most important
  16. Alpha Omega Senior College (AOSC) is a modern coeducational High School for year’s 7-12 students that was established in 2011. AOSC values academic excellence and provides a progressive education in a dynamic and caring educational environment. A comprehensive curriculum is taught by highly qualified specialist teachers to provide all students with an unrivaled opportunity to achieve their full educational potential. Our school motto is Belief – Action – Change. We believe these are the steps to a successful schooling life and a successful life beyond the classroom. We aim to produce quality s
  17. Alpha Omega Senior College (AOSC) is a modern coeducational High School for year’s 7-12 students that was established in 2011. AOSC values academic excellence and provides a progressive education in a dynamic and caring educational environment. A comprehensive curriculum is taught by highly qualified specialist teachers to provide all students with an unrivaled opportunity to achieve their full educational potential. Our school motto is Belief – Action – Change. We believe these are the steps to a successful schooling life and a successful life beyond the classroom. We aim to produce quality s
  18. Yesodey Hatorah Girls School is a three-form entry, Charedi orthodox Jewish maintained Voluntary Aided girls secondary school located in Stamford Hill, in the London Borough of Hackney. We serve the Jewish communities of Stamford Hill and its wider area. Our core values and ethos, guided by the Rabbinate of the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregation, discourage the use of online communication and Internet use wherever possible. This site, therefore, holds only statutory and other basic information about the school. The school is rooted in and firmly based on Torah values which are combined
  19. Yesodey Hatorah Girls School is a three-form entry, Charedi orthodox Jewish maintained Voluntary Aided girls secondary school located in Stamford Hill, in the London Borough of Hackney. We serve the Jewish communities of Stamford Hill and its wider area. Our core values and ethos, guided by the Rabbinate of the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregation, discourage the use of online communication and Internet use wherever possible. This site, therefore, holds only statutory and other basic information about the school. The school is rooted in and firmly based on Torah values which are combined
  20. As a Catholic school, we pride ourselves on welcoming students of all faiths and backgrounds from the ages of 11 to 18. We are a caring and fully inclusive community. We strive to allow all our students to fulfill and achieve their true potential. The core value of our message is that of the Gospel message every student has a talent, God-given gifts, a calling to love their neighbor as themselves and all whom we meet in life are a reflection of the image of Christ. We have a passion to mold and inspire women leaders of the future, instilled with the Gospel values of justice, equality, and love
  21. As a Catholic school, we pride ourselves on welcoming students of all faiths and backgrounds from the ages of 11 to 18. We are a caring and fully inclusive community. We strive to allow all our students to fulfill and achieve their true potential. The core value of our message is that of the Gospel message every student has a talent, God-given gifts, a calling to love their neighbor as themselves and all whom we meet in life are a reflection of the image of Christ. We have a passion to mold and inspire women leaders of the future, instilled with the Gospel values of justice, equality, and love
  22. North Bridge House Senior School and Sixth Form Canonbury is a co-educational day school for Year 7 to Year 13 students in North London. North Bridge House Canonbury provides a unique, high-quality education, delivered by inspirational teachers in state-of-the-art facilities. The Tudor building has been beautifully restored to provide a contemporary learning environment in a prime London location, easily accessible by a range of public transport links. At North Bridge House Canonbury we are dedicated to providing our students with an outstanding education and to developing happy, con
  23. North Bridge House Senior School and Sixth Form Canonbury is a co-educational day school for Year 7 to Year 13 students in North London. North Bridge House Canonbury provides a unique, high-quality education, delivered by inspirational teachers in state-of-the-art facilities. The Tudor building has been beautifully restored to provide a contemporary learning environment in a prime London location, easily accessible by a range of public transport links. At North Bridge House Canonbury we are dedicated to providing our students with an outstanding education and to developing happy, con
  24. Lubavitch Senior Girls’ School is a strictly orthodox, small secondary school for girls only, based in Stamford Hill, Hackney. The school became voluntary-aided in June 2012 and there are approximately 120 students on roll. It serves the Orthodox Jewish community and caters specifically, but not exclusively, to families who follow Chabad Lubavitch customs and traditions. Most students come from North and North West London, and some girls travel from the surrounding areas including Edgware, Luton, and Wimbledon as well as further afield such as Oxford, Brighton, Solihull, Dublin, and Bournemout
  25. Lubavitch Senior Girls’ School is a strictly orthodox, small secondary school for girls only, based in Stamford Hill, Hackney. The school became voluntary-aided in June 2012 and there are approximately 120 students on roll. It serves the Orthodox Jewish community and caters specifically, but not exclusively, to families who follow Chabad Lubavitch customs and traditions. Most students come from North and North West London, and some girls travel from the surrounding areas including Edgware, Luton, and Wimbledon as well as further afield such as Oxford, Brighton, Solihull, Dublin, and Bournemout
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