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School Start and Finish Times

Monday: 9:00am – 3:30pm
Tuesday: 9:00am – 3:30pm
Wednesday: 9:00am – 3:30pm
Thursday: 10:00am – 3:30pm
Friday: 9:00am – 3:30pm

Break Time

Recess: 11:10am – 11:40am
Lunch: 1:20pm – 1:50pm

Front Office

The front office is open from 8:30am – 4:30pm for all school enquiries and uniform sales.

Lunch Orders

Lunch orders are supplied by Jenkins Avenue Deli: Menus and order sheets are located in the Front Office. Orders are to be placed before the end of care group and students are encouraged to place their orders before commencement of care group. Lunch orders are delivered prior to the lunch bell and students are to collect their lunch order and any change via the window at the front office.

Student Absences

It is a DfE requirement that all student absences are accounted for regardless of the length.

  • Phone the Front Office on 86 490400
  • Send a text message to the school on 0419 212 404
  • Student brings a signed note from parent/caregiver into the school and provides this to their care group teacher and or the Front Office.


Des’s Transport run a Bus Route which travels along Bastyan Cres and diverts into the School Bus Loop for end of day student pick up.

Governing Council

The Governing Council is a great opportunity for parents to be involved in the planning and direction of the school. The Governing Council meets twice during the school term and members of the Governing Council are elected each year at the Annual General Meeting.

students and two teachers posing for a photo at the school's ground
students posing with teachers for a photo in classroom
students playing footy at the school's oval

SMG Chaplaincy Service

School Chaplaincy commenced in SA Government schools in 1986. Schools Ministry Group partners with schools, local churches, state and federal governments to deliver Chaplaincy Services through the engagement of a Pastoral Care Worker. SMG works collaboratively with these partners in the recruitment, supervision and ongoing professional development of PCW’s to ensure the placement of high quality workers who are well equipped to support young people and strengthen communities. Pastoral Care Workers are funded from two main sources – the National school Chaplaincy Program (administered by DfE) and the local church communities. The Chaplaincy Service provided through your PCW is a voluntary program offered to school communities.

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Lesley Maxwell works with the Stuart High School community and is available to support students, staff and parents.

Lesley is on site Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9AM to 12 NOON and can be contacted via email: