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Padbury Senior High School

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Padbury Senior High School was a government, co-educational, secondary day school located in Padbury, a suburb north of Perth, Western Australia. Padbury Senior High School offered a comprehensive education to students from Year 8 to Year 12. Situated in the North West Metropolitan corridor, the school draws its students mainly from the suburbs of Hillarys, Padbury and Hepburn Heights. The school was of modern design and was constructed to cater to at least 1000 students. On 27 October 2010, the Education Minister announced that Padbury Senior High School would close at the end of 2011 due to declining enrollment. The site of the former senior high school is now occupied by the Statewide Services Centre for the Department of Education. History The school opened in 1987 with Year 8 students drawn from various primary schools in the surrounding area. The school was named after Walter Padbury - one of Western Australia's early pioneers. The school was upgraded in 2006 follow
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