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Principal's Welcome


Welcome to Kings Meadows High School.

Our school was established in 1960 and has a proud history of academic excellence, outstanding opportunities for students and sporting success.  Kings Meadows High School has an enrolment of just under 600 students and is a 7-12 co-educational, secondary school in the suburb of Kings Meadows, in the city of Launceston, Tasmania. 

At Kings Meadows High School, respectful relationships underpin our positive and diverse school culture. We commit to empowering our community to be aspirational, lifelong learners who are courageous and resilient. We achieve this through ensuring our students are:

  • Critical and creative thinkers;
  • Intrinsically motivated;
  • Effective communicators;
  • Empathetic citizens who act with integrity; and
  • Positive contributors to the local and global community.

Our school is underpinned by the values of Aspiration, Growth, Courage and Respect.

Similarly, our students are expected to uphold our R.O.C.K.S expectations. This acronym represents respect, organisation, commitment to learning, keeping safe and sensible behaviour.

At Kings Meadows High School, we strive to provide interesting, varied programs that challenge all students to realise their full potential and achieve personal success in their learning. Along with core subjects and an extensive list of optional and enrichment courses, students are given many opportunities to engage in extra-curricular activities and undertake leadership roles.

We are very proud of Kings Meadows High School and look forward to your ongoing involvement with our school.  If you are a new family to our community, please contact us if you require further information about our school.

Cary Stocks

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