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|St Ives High School|
Yarrabung Road, St Ives,
|Motto|| Latin: Optima Optime|
(The best possible things in the best possible way)
|Colour(s)||White and Blue|
St Ives High School is a coeducational government high school located in St Ives, New South Wales on the Upper North Shore of Sydney, Australia. Approximately 950-1000 students are enrolled at the school each year. The school has spacious grounds with a 2 small sports fields. Apart from the immediate local area of St Ives, the school's intake area extends through Hornsby to north of Mount Colah.
The building development of the school began in 1963. Prior to the development, the school had an enrolment of 150 students. Due to the incomplete construction, these students were transferred to Asquith Boys High School, Hornsby Girls' High School and Asquith Girls High School. They were segregated from the other students at their respective foster schools as they had their own uniform and classes. When the construction finally finished in 1964, students were able to start classes at their own school. However, the infrastructure of the school was still unfinished. The students and staff had neither electricity nor gas and the windows were unglazed.
As of 2018, the Australian government is planning to refurbish the school's art department and the construction of a new sport hall.
St Ives High School has achieved consistent results at the Higher School Certificate with 90% of its Year 12 students awarded a HSC achieving an ATAR of over seventy or more each year[ when? ], higher than the state's average. Other participation by students include:
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