Blaxland High School

A School of Excellence, Opportunity and Success

Telephone02 4739 4655

Learning support

Blaxland High School has three support classes catering for students from Year 7 to Year 12. Students have the opportunity for participation in mainstream settings across all curriculum areas depending upon individual needs and abilities.

Our focus on individual learning plans and individual transitions plans gives students the opportunity to complete subjects from the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) life skills program. The staff are dedicated and experienced, committed to encouraging student growth in knowledge and working towards independent living skills. Our teachers and learning support officers cover Year 7 through to Year 12 successful teaching experiences. 

Staff understand the importance of catering for students with sensory needs and supporting the wellbeing of our individual students. Collaboratively, Blaxland High School staff work alongside professionals that include behaviour therapists, psychologists, speech therapists and occupational therapists in providing highly effective individualised educational programs.

Our professional teaching staff are aware of the communication needs of individual students and are adept at making augmented communication systems in assisting receptive and expressive skills with experience in utilising picture cueing systems and the creation of targeted social stories.

At Blaxland High School, we recognise the importance of encouraging students in their fields of interest, their aptitudes and towards greater choice in their chosen vocation.


  • Rod  Collins (relieving head teacher)
  • Dominic Fliegner
  • Amanda Stables
  • Rebecca Danov