Richmond High School is an exciting inner-city school which balances the best traditions of schools in a contemporary context.
Making a Difference.
We work to make a difference in the lives of the students in our care. To help them appreciate their innate value. To encourage them to become learners for life. To inspire creativity and original thinking. To guide and craft them into young adults who in their own way make a difference in the world.
Students from Richmond High School will be active and informed, creative thinkers, self-motivated, skilled and knowledgeable, lifelong learners, entrepreneurial, collaborative, critical thinkers and great communicators. We combine high expectations with genuine care and support. We embrace difference and diversity in its many forms. Our interest for our children is to work with them to – Create, Prepare, Achieve.
Richmond High School was established in 2018 as the key co-educational provider for Richmond. It is also the return of a much loved co-educational school to Richmond, after being closed in 1993. We are also the local school for large parts of Abbotsford, Hawthorn and Kew.
Richmond High School will enrol students from years 7-12 in 2023. Up until then the school will add a year level each year: Year 7 2018, year 8 2019, year 9 2020, year 10 2021, year 11 2022, year 12 2023. Assistant Principal Victoria Triantafyllou manages the enrolment and transition of junior students.
Richmond High School is designed as a local high esteem school serving the needs of the Neighbourhood Area Boundary and the suburb of Richmond. Our area also includes part of the suburb of Hawthorn. Richmond High School is committed to connecting and collaborating with others. We are part of the City Edge Network, The University of Melbourne Network of Schools 2019-2021 and Yarra Darebin Network.
Our Foundation Students and Staff are working together to create our school.
We want school life to be a rewarding, challenging and enjoyable experience. Our ultimate aspiration for our students is that they be a force for good in whatever endeavours they choose to follow.