at Goodwin Street, Lyneham, Canberra, 2602 Australia
Lyneham High School is a secondary school in Canberra founded in 1959. Located in the suburb of Lyneham, It has over one thousand students and is at full capacity. It has two enrichment programs running: a selective gifted and talented academic program called LEAP (Lyneham Enriched Academic Program), and a similar program aimed at elite athletic students called SEAL (Sporting Excellence At Lyneham). The school has well established performing arts programs, offering concert and jazz bands, performance-based music classes, drama and dance classes, and the opportunity to participate in musical theatre productions.EnrollmentCurrently, 1,030 students are enrolled at Lyneham High School. The feeder school's are Turner Primary and Lyneham Primary School. See Enrollment Areas for Lyneham High School for more information.Band ProgramLyneham High School's band program consists of five concert bands and two jazz bands, as well as several smaller ensembles. The concert bands are the Year 7 Beginner Band (for new students who are just beginning to learn an instrument), the Year 7 Advanced Band (for new students who already play an instrument), the Year 8 Concert Band (which, most years is the largest concert band in the ACT), the Year 9 Concert Band, and the Year 10 Concert Band. The jazz bands are the Intermediate Jazz Band (for students proficient in their instrument in years 7 and 8) and the Senior Jazz Band (students in years 9 and 10). Every year, all of these bands enter the Australian National Eisteddfod, and all of the concert bands go on interstate tours.
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