|Thornbury High School|
238 Collins Street, Thornbury Vic 3072
|Type||Government secondary school|
|Motto||Achievement and Excellence|
|Houses||Saunders, Blair, Onus, Nicholls|
|Colour(s)||Gold, blue, navy blue, white|
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