Williamstown High School is one of Victoria’s oldest and most prestigious grammar schools. The Pasco Street campus caters for years 10 to 12 as well as all international guest students. This campus is right next to Williamstown Beach station and only a five minute walk from Williamstown Town Centre, where there is an extensive shopping mile with supermarket, restaurants, a library and a post office.
The Pasco Street Campus is only a few hundred metres from the sea, where students can participate in water sports such as sailing, kayaking and the like.
Williamstown High School has been a model school for environmental education since 2005 and has been awarded five green stars by the Green Building Council of Australia for its sustainable and smart design. This attention to the environment is also reflected in the curriculum. Led by a marine biologist, the Jawbone Marine Sanctuary is located behind the school and plays an important role in the school’s marine education curriculum.
Overall, Williamstown High School is a very relaxed school of good academic standing, with a friendly and cooperative spirit.