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4 Seymour Street, Eden Hills, South Australia 5050

Ph: (08) 8278 0900 | Fax: (08) 8278 0999

blackwood@bhs.sa.edu.au

Virtual Tour

Blackwood High School Photo Tour

The Entrance to Blackwood High School

There are many garden beds and shady trees in the school grounds.

The Main Building and Administration Area

The school was built in 1961 in the prevailing style of the time.

Shelters located along the bus lane Shelter and Gardens along the bus lane

 

Courtyard

One of the many sheltered areas between the buildings which are available for student relaxation and recreation.

Courtyard

Courtyard

Stage area in courtyard for performances

Courtyard

Blackwood High School Playing Fields
Playing Fields

The school has many playing fields which are used for class activities, school sport and student recreation.

Home Economics Centre

Blackwood High School The Canteen
The Canteen Senior Learning Centre

 

Senior School Centre

This courtyard area is available for the students to congregate, socialise and relax.

A paved area between the Canteen and Main building.

This area with its adjoining garden is a popular gathering space for students.

A paved area between Junior Science/Middle School Learning Centre and Visual Arts Centre Mural on stairs leading to the Middle School Learning Centre

 

The Visual Arts Centre

The Visual Arts Centre was officially opened in late 2004

Covered Outdoor Learning Area

The ‘COLA’ is located next to the Visual Arts Centre

The Blackwood Recreation Centre

The Performing Arts Centre

The Performing Arts Centre has recording facilities, 300 seat auditorium, drama space and teaching rooms. It is available for community hire.

The Blackwood Recreation Centre

The centre has competition standard courts, a gymnasium and a cafe

Inside the Blackwood Recreation Centre. Second view inside the Blackwood Recreation Centre
Inside the Blackwood Recreation Centre
Second view inside the Blackwood Recreation Centre
 
 

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  • Department for Education and Child Development
  • SA Government
  • International Baccalaureate
  • BPOINT
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