About Us The establishment of a secondary school in the Greenmount-Swan View
area east of Governor Stirling Senior High School was originally raised in 1972.
Swan View High School formally opened on 7 February 1977.
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Programs Swan View Senior High School offers a variety of Specialist Programs
providing an opportunity for students to engage in.

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Facilities Teaching-learning areas include a Performing Arts Theatre, a Visual Arts
Centre, a Design and Technology Centre, Science Laboratories, and
Computer Laboratories.
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Admissions Swan View Senior High School is committed to providing the best
possible learning opportunities regardless of ability or style of learning.
Parents of students wishing to enrol need to complete an Application for
Enrolment Form.
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About Swan View Our History, Governance & Performance Accolades
Programs Exciting Programs Available to Swan View Students
Facilities More About Our Campus , Including School Map
Admissions Enrolments, Admissions & Scholarships

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Studying at Swan View Senior High School

ACE

The ACE Program has been established to cater for students aspiring to reach high academic standards.

Education Support

Supporting the individual needs of students through their wellbeing, academic and social and emotional growth.

Elite Basketball

The Basketball program gives students is Years 7-10 the chance to pursue their passion for Basketball.

Emergency Service Cadets

Swan View Emergency Service Cadet Corp (SVESCC) is a dynamic and challenging youth development program

FAME

The Swan View Fame Academy provides students with the opportunity to extend their skills in acting and production areas.

Follow the Dream

The Follow the Dream program is a voluntary program for high-achieving Aboriginal secondary students.

Swan View Clontarf Academy

The Clontarf Foundation conducts full time mentoring programs and cater for the specific needs of participants.

Swan View Girls Academy

The Girls Academy is the leading provider of school-based engagement programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls.

Partner Schools

DPS
GPS
MNCC
Acknowledgement to Country

We acknowledge the Whadjuk Noongar people and we pay respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Whadjuk Ancestors have walked this country and we acknowledge their special and unique place in our nation’s historical, cultural and linguistic identity.