Enjoy the highlights of our very first whole school assembly.

From 7-9th of May, we were invited to take part in the HMEF Awards Ceremony held at the State Library of Victoria in Melbourne. It was an excellent experience to interact with students from approximately 50 different schools across Australia and the HMEF team. It allowed us to form new friendships and make long-lasting memories.

Tamanna: “I now have the opportunity to personally experience the transformative effect a scholarship can have on my academic career. Being a HMEF scholarship recipient has drastically improved my academic performance. It’s super exciting to be able to use all the sources available to successfully finish my secondary education next year. This scholarship has and hopefully will continue to encourage me to perform my absolute academic best!”

Khadija: “The most pleasurable part of this event was the Awards Night, an expedition to the World of Books and meeting new people. Being granted a scholarship through HMEF gives me the chance to do everything to a high standard. My life has changed for the better.”

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🌍 Refugee Week Assembly Highlights 🌍

We celebrated unity and resilience during our inspiring Refugee Week Assembly! From heartfelt stories to vibrant cultural performances, we honored the strength and diversity of refugees. Together, we stand in solidarity, fostering compassion and understanding for all those seeking safety and a new beginning. #RefugeeWeek #UnityInDiversity

You can watch the Assembly Highlights here -> PGHS Facebook


Congratulations to Thomas Oxford (School Captain), and the Student Representative Council (SRC) for raising funds for a new set of AFL football goalposts to be installed at our school.

In recognition of the enterprise and community-mindedness shown by Thomas and the SRC, the department provided an additional $5,000.

Thanks to John Fullbrook MP for his support in this matter.

Music has gotten off to a great start this year with continued private lessons for; violin, cello, guitar, bass, drums, and vocals. New to this year is viola.

We are hoping to expand to Woodwinds (flute, clarinet, saxophone) in 2024.

We do our best to encourage all students to come in and rehearse during lunch and recess times when we can. To book a rehearsal time and space come to the Performing Arts Building, just inside the electronic doors.

Each year the Department of Education offers STEM scholarships for high school students under-represented in Science and Mathematics.

These provide significant monetary support for educational resources to students who wish to pursue STEM subjects like Engineering, Maths and Science in their Senior Years.

Students must complete a written application for this, detailing what their plans are after school and why they would be a good candidate. The applications are sent from all over the state and reviewed by the education department and a limited amount are given out. Two of our Year 11students, Muzhgan Haidari and Tamanna Mohebi, distinguished themselves and were selected to be awarded scholarships.

On February 10th, they were invited to attend an induction day at the University of Adelaide to learn about what the scholarship could offer, attend STEM based workshops and hear from keynote speakers currently working in different STEM fields. They also had the opportunity to take a tour of the Adelaide University campus to see the kinds of things that their future might hold.

Tamanna and Muzhgan were both a credit to the school and a great example to the other students who attended. We look forward to seeing what they will accomplish in the future!