at Sturt Street West, Ballarat , 3355
Ballarat High School is a government secondary school located in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. The school was opened in 1907 as an agricultural college before transitioning to an academic focus in 1925.HistoryThe school moved from its initial location in the Ballarat central business district to its present site in Sturt Street West, Ballarat in 1910. As part of the agricultural focus of the school, students and staff undertook the building of sheds around a central three-storey red brick building. A large concrete silo was also built and remains next to the existing school grounds and is listed on Heritage Council of Victoria's register.Of particular significance within the main building is Peacock Hall, named after Sir Alexander Peacock (a former Premier of Victoria). The hall is located on the second floor and features large stain glass windows across both ends of the hall. Honour boards listing students who served in World War I are mounted across the front of the hall, along with boards listing school captains, school council chairs, and school dux. A large mural dedicated to those who served in World War I is also within the hall. A major renovation of the original building was undertaken in the late 1980s and early 1990s, with its main role now being the housing of the school's administration with a limited number of classrooms.SportsSince 1996, the School has been a Specialist Sport School and is a member of the Ballarat Public Schools' Association. Students represent the school in a range of sports across all year levels including athetics,Australian rules football, rowing, tennis, basketball, netball, Field hockey, and cricket.
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