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Old Sep 10th 2017, 11:51 am
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Hi,
Not long now 'til we leave for Sydney. Currently looking at areas to live. Sutherlandshire looks good. But does anybody have good source of intel for high schools.
I've looked at bettereducation.com which has ranks based on distinguished achievers and I've also look at ksouhouse.com. And I'm getting a bit confused e.g. comparing Sylvania High and Blakehurst High. Blakehurst ranks way above Syvania on betterschools, but on ksouhouse they are ranked much closer according to NAPLAN results.
Any advice on the above or just schools in general in Sultherlandshire or surrounding area would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by MovinSouth View Post
Hi,
Not long now 'til we leave for Sydney. Currently looking at areas to live. Sutherlandshire looks good. But does anybody have good source of intel for high schools.
I've looked at bettereducation.com which has ranks based on distinguished achievers and I've also look at ksouhouse.com. And I'm getting a bit confused e.g. comparing Sylvania High and Blakehurst High. Blakehurst ranks way above Syvania on betterschools, but on ksouhouse they are ranked much closer according to NAPLAN results.
Any advice on the above or just schools in general in Sultherlandshire or surrounding area would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
I don't think Blakehust is officially in the Shire.

Most people who want serious schooling in the Shire pack their kids on a train every morning to somewhere towards the city.
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