Excellence, opportunity and support at Williamstown High School

A strong focus on academic achievement is balanced with a diverse extra curricula program.

Williamstown High School is a high performing multi-campus, co-educational secondary school in Melbourne’s inner west. The school offers a diverse curriculum with a specific focus on learning growth for every student in an engaging and supportive environment.

Educational programs are delivered at the Year 7-9 Bayview Street campus and the Year 10-12 Pasco Street campus. In the middle years students experience a wide range of learning opportunities including access to STEAM learning, marine education, accelerated sport and a rich music and arts program accompanied with science, mathematics, arts, languages, humanities and English.

Students moving to the senior years will find access to an array of academic curriculum offerings including a wide range of VCE Subjects, VET and VCE-VM programs. An extensive transition program is offered throughout the school to assist students moving through the year levels and on to post-secondary pathways.

In 2022 the highest achieving student received an ATAR of 99.70. The average ATAR across the Year 12 cohort was 77.69 and with a median Study Score of 32 Williamstown High ensured over 90 per cent of students were offered a tertiary place in their top two preferences.

The school is equally proud of those students who start their apprenticeships and traineeships. At Williamstown High School students access their pathway of choice!

A strong focus on academic achievement is balanced with a diverse extra curricula program that includes international and localcamps, student leadership, outdoor education, the Home Group curriculum and strong community connections for volunteering, citizenship and fundraising.

An education at Williamstown High School enables students to find their passions and grow their skills in a safe, supportive and inclusive environment. Please contact the school to book a school tour or visit the website at www.willihigh.vic.edu.au to find out more.