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

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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The school has the most complete archive of alumni and aviator Sir Charles Kingsford Smith in Australia.

The school archive comprises documents; photographs and artefacts relating to the founding of the school in 1911 and its history.

The school spans three educational sites; Ultimo; Paddington and Bexley, and information relating to alumni, past teachers and the life of the school can be readily found in the archives.

Members of the public and ex students wishing to access material in the school archive may contact the school to make an appointment on 9587 5899 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Reading can be a solitary activity for those of us who love to read.  The Book Club provides students from Years 7-11 with an opportunity to meet regularly with like-minded avid readers and discuss their reading.

Students select books, and recommend books to each other, which are appealing and challenging, widening their exposure to different genres and authors.  Rewards for students include points towards the Wykeham award and merit certificates.


Open to students from Years 7-9, the Premier’s Reading Challenge (PRC) runs from 1 September-21 August.  Students must read 20 books, of which 15 must be on the Premier’s Reading Challenge book lists.

Students register for the Challenge in March and enter their books online using their internet user name and password to log in. The PRC website is https://online.det.nsw.edu.au/prc/home.html. Students are rewarded with Premier’s Reading Challenge Certificates and points towards the Wykeham award.

Head Teacher Wellbeing – Nick Stokes

Teacher Librarian - Ellen Campbell

Learning and Support - Gai Primmer

Careers Adviser – Jerry Mouzakis

School Counsellors – Jay Dahl

Year Advisers 

Year 7 - Anna Steel

Year 8 - Nin Eath

Year 9 - Jo Bilton

Year 10 - Shane Ganmage

Year 11 - Antoinette Johnston

Year 12 - Ellen Campbell

Nick Stokes Ellen Campbell Gai Primmer and Anne Caldwell Jerry Mouzakis Jay Dahl and Stephanie Lawson  Sue Faulder and Jenny Haitidis
Anna Steel

Nin Eath

Jo Bilton

Shane Ganmage

Antoinette Johnston

Ellen Campbell


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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)