Sydney Technical High School provides a learning environment where students can achieve excellence in all fields of endeavour.

Creativity & Innovation

We encourage our students to value life long learning, and we instil in them a curiosity which will embrace new challenges.


We want our students to grow into engaged and motivated adults who make meaningful contributions to society.


We expect our students to take pride in their shared school history and to have respectful relations with all members of the community.


We want our students to develop into the inspirational leaders of tomorrow and embody integrity and trust in all aspects of their lives.

Creativity & Innovation

We encourage our students to value life long learning, and we instil in them a curiosity which will embrace new challenges.


Our students have the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles.

Welcome Year 7 Welcome Year 7 students and parents to Sydney Technical High School.  The first week has been action-packed with many more thrilling...

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Upcoming Events

29Fri Year 7 Parent Teacher interviews  

2Mon Zone Athletics Carnival  
5Thu Year 9 and 11 Parent-Teacher night 

16Tue OPEN DAY TuesdayOPEN DAY Tuesday 16 October 2018 at 9.15am 

Swimming Carnival The Angelo Anestis Aquatic Centre –...

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Swans Visit On Tuesday 6 February two players from the...

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My congratulations to Adam Robey who has been selected to...

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Our Athletics Carnival was at ES Marks field on Monday. It...

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There are significant changes to the 2019 HSC. NSW...

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Access the schools archived articles from past events,...

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Important Information

Online payment option on our school website is temporarily offline until July 24, 2017 due to financial systems changeover. We advise parents they are still able to pay but will need to contact the school on (02) 9587-5899.

No fees or charges apply to payments made over the phone.


Sydney Technical High School has created a LinkedIn account: 


 With our Linked in account we aim to promote greater levels of contact with and between members of our alumni network.

The school celebrated the Centenary of the Gallipoli campaign with an exceptional presentation from year 9 World History to a large audience of ex students and the school. Students showed the perspectives of Australian and Turkish soldiers using visuals and materials researches from The Australian War Memorial Archives.

Year 9 presenters spoke without notes, and their relationship with their audience was electrifying. Of note was the perspective of an Australian medical doctor at the front on the campaign. The school concert band and choir presented the tradition music associated with Anzac Day, and student Ethan Oo played The Last Post and Reveille.

The school archive is housed in the Library in the Bob Booth Archive Room, and contains papers,  artefacts and memorabilia from the three sites of the school; Ultimo, Paddington and Bexley from staff and students. The archive has the most complete set of research files relating to Sir Charles Kingsford Smith, an Old Boy of the school, in Australia. The research files were most recently used by Peter Fitzsimmonds for his book on Kingsford  Smith, ‘Charles Kingsford Smith and Those Magnificent Men’, published in 2010.

In 2011 the archive was renovated for the school Centenary Celebrations and was extensively used by Dr John Morrison in his history of the school,’ The Story and Times of Sydney Technical High School, 1911-2011’ published in 2011 to celebrate one hundred years of school history. Alumni can access the school archives on Wednesday afternoon. Please phone the school.


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"Every individual has the right to realise himself: that is to fully develop the power and capacities, physical, mental, moral and spiritual; with which nature endowed him."

 − JA Williams (the first Principal of Tech writing in 1912)