Bulli High School

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Principal's Message

Message from the Principal


Bulli High School is a dynamic comprehensive high school in the northern Illawarra, situated between the magnificent Illawarra escarpment and the ocean, adjacent to Bulli Beach. Our students strive to achieve personal best in all they do. The school has a strong history of academic, performing and creative arts, sporting, and leadership excellence. Our dedicated teachers are committed to providing students with a quality education supported by motivating and engaging extra-curricular opportunities. Bulli High School has a harmonious and respectful teaching and learning environment with an emphasis on life-long learning and student wellbeing.

Students study subjects from a broad curriculum which includes enrichment classes, extension, practical and vocational courses. Our HSC results are outstanding with many students continuing their education at university. Bulli High School students are highly successful in mathematics and science at the University of Wollongong Science Fair, and our Engineering, Design & Technology and Industrial Technology students have received cash awards and prizes. Final Cut Short Film Night, Twilight Zone and the annual school musical are all enthusiastically embraced by students who display their performance ability and talent. Visual Arts students exhibit work in our dedicated exhibition spaces. Our students are recognised for their sporting achievements and enjoy a range of sports which take advantage of the school's great location.

The school values strong parent support, including an active Parents & Citizen's Association, working in partnership to provide the best learning environment and opportunities for students. Bulli High School works with the Seacliff Community of Schools to support student learning from Kindergarten to Year 12.

Bulli High School provides an exceptional public education for local students. Our staff, students and parents are proud to be part of our school.

Mrs Denise James