Guest willow1234

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    hi is there anyone that could give any feedback on this school,we are thinking of heading for seaford area but cant make our minds up between seaford and christies beach. we have a 15yr old and a 13 yr old any info would be gratefull:unsure:

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    hi is there anyone that could give any feedback on this school,we are thinking of heading for seaford area but cant make our minds up between seaford and christies beach. we have a 15yr old and a 13 yr old any info would be gratefull:unsure:

    hi dont know much about seaford school but have heard christies beach high

    is quiet lively <not in a good way>

    the best thing to do is visit when school is in full flow

    my kids go to hallett cove r 12

    and was a shock to them but have soon got used to it

    its another world here very laid back

    good luck christine

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    Guest nishman

    I'd suggest you take a look at this and the others when you get here. My eldest went to SR6-12 (the high school), and I'd say it was OK (rather non-commital). We heard some horror stories from the past, and TBH they're a little unjustified and based on past history... It's a modern school with lot's of good points, but for us it wasn't working out. She now goes to Cardjn College (I can never spell it) and to us, it's made a big difference to her.

    The subject of schools is another prickly one (like suburbs) and people can get a little overprotective... If you're set on the Seaford area (and why not - we love it down here), have a look at all the school options first hand - on a formal principal's tour or even hanging around at quitting time :)

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