Moving to High School is an important and exciting time for both students and parents/carers. At Cherrybrook Technology High School an Information Night is held every year in late February or early March. The evening involves an information session with the opportunity to ask questions and a tour of the school with displays from each KLA. No bookings are necessary and parents/carers and students who are interested in understanding more about CTHS are welcome to attend. The date for this evening is advertised on https://cths.nsw.edu.au/ from mid-February each year. The current booklet provided to each family on the Information Night is available for download below.
Comprehensive information regarding subjects and activities available at CTHS in Stage 4 along with details of administration processes are outlined in the Stage 4 booklet available for download below.
Information for New Stage 4 Students and Parents
The information contained in the videos below will provide useful information regarding what your child and you will experience as members of the Cherrybrook Technology High School community. (Note: if you are using Safari you will need to “pop-out” the video in order to view it. Click on the symbol in top right corner of the frame.)
Below is a video of the Year 6 into 7 Information night that was held on Tuesday 2nd March, 2021:
Stage 4 Head Teacher: Rebecca Howard – firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Stage 4 Head Teacher is responsible for managing the educational outcomes, discipline and wellbeing of all students in Stage 4 and is responsible for parent enquiries to the school regarding Year 7 and Year 8 students.
Year 7 Advisers: Chris Fletcher and Katherine McLean
Year 8 Advisers: Emma Campbell and Rowan Keating
- Year Advisers manage the wellbeing and regularly mentor students from their year group. They remain as Year Advisers to their year group from Year 7 until the end of the students’ time at school at the end of year 12. They run year assemblies and help coordinate a number of welfare programs such as school camps, peer support, resilience programs and gala days.