Williamstown High School (Victoria)

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Williamstown High School
Williamstown, Victoria
Type Public
Motto Hold Fast
Established October 1914
Principal Gino Catalano
Years 7-12 + VCAL
Colour(s) Red, Yellow, Black & Blue

Williamstown High School is a public secondary school located in the Melbourne suburb of Williamstown. The school consists of two campuses (Bayview Street and Pasco Street) both located in Williamstown.


Baview Street Campus

The Baview Street Campus was formerly the Point Gellibrand Girls School. It is home to years 7, 8, and 9. It is highly environmental, and has 57 solar panels on various roofs.

Pasco Street Campus

The Pasco Street Campus was built in 1875.

House System

The Houses in WHS are:

  • Red House (Hobsons)
  • Green House (Greenwich)
  • Blue House (Gellibrand)
  • Gold House (Philip)

Notable alumni

Notable individuals who studied at the school include:[1]

  • Bobby Andonov, singer
  • Allan Hird, Sr., Australian rules footballer
  • Rachel Jarry, basketball player
  • Noel Wilby, Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police (1969–1971)
  • Callan Ward, Australian rules footballer
  • Andrew Ingram, Professional Emergency Bogger, best known for his illegal u-turn on Kings Way, leaving the car door open and running into Hungry Jacks for 'the big emergency' bog.


  1. ^ "Williamstown High School celebrates its 100th anniversary this year". Williamstown Leader. 3 February 2015. Retrieved 2 September 2015. 

External links

  • Williamstown High School Website
  • Williamstown High School design planning

Coordinates: 37°51′44″S 144°53′41″E / 37.86222°S 144.89472°E / -37.86222; 144.89472

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