Concord High School Catchment Map Added – Australian Public School Information

Concord High School Catchment Map Added

This is the catchment map for Concord High School in Sydney, NSW.

The most common name used by NSW Department of Education is called “catchment” which refer to that students resides in particular area are guaranteed position in specific schools. When discussed from prospective of a particular school is often referred as one of the following term.

  • School Zone
  • School intake area
  • School catchment

As usual contact the school in question or Department of Education for the final confirmation and you can also access the full High School Catchment Map by following this link.

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2 thoughts on “Concord High School Catchment Map Added

  1. Lisa

    The catchment area for Concord High School needs to be changed. The area extends from Silverwater Road, Newington right over to Chiswick, however leaves out parts of Concord West. There are five streets in particular in Concord West which are out of area, however the bus route picks up children from those stops. It seems ridiculous that children living in Concord West are unable to go to Concord High School, when children living a long way away are. This needs to be revisited and fast!

    1. admin Post author

      Hi Lisa,

      Concord High School’s catchment map is unusual even by Sydney standards. With the rapid increase of population in inner Sydney suburbs similar situation will just happen more and more often. As schools often the better regarded ones getting packed. Bits and pieces of its existing catchment will gets sliced off and parceled off to neighbouring schools. There is just not enough capital investment in the public schools that, most of time you just these “temporary” demountables put in. What end up happening is these end up staying for decades and end up more or less being the permanent structures throughout many Sydney’s public schools.

      With all the enrolment pressure particularly on the better regarded ones, you get some really weird shaped school catchments. This is happening in all states, just more so in Sydney than anywhere else.

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