Contact Details

Telephone: (02) 4729 0777

FAX: (02) 4729 1384

Address: Hosking St, Cranebrook, NSW, 2749


Message from the Principal

Quality teaching and learning is our core business at Cranebrook High School and each student is supported to achieve their personal best in all aspects of school life. Classes and programs are structured to meet the needs of students and cater for a wide range of learners.

A team of experienced and dedicated teachers and school administrative staff support students to develop their skills as learners and encourage participation in school programs that will enhance their academic and social success.

Students are encouraged to be involved in the many sport, creative and performing arts, leadership, environmental, debating and public speaking and community service programs on offer at school and their achievements are acknowledged at assemblies and presentations throughout the year.

Students, teachers, parents, caregivers and community members work together to create a positive learning environment that prepares students to be contributing members of our society.

Latest News

  • CONverge

    During Term 3, a select group of talented music students were chosen to participate in CONverge a specialist vocal program that provides students with the opportunity to explore and develop their own musical identity, creativity and potential See More>  

  • Ag students learn about GMO's at UWS

    Students from Years 12, 11, 10 and 9 studying Agriculture visited the University of Western Sydney Hawesbury. Students examined how Genetic Modification is used in research and recorded their findings in some short video samples. See more

  • SRC students turn good idea into positive action

    SRC Students presented their ideas on how Penrith can improve and care for its parks and reserves at a recent council meeting. See More (link)

  • Cranebrook High School Research Project

    Cranebrook High School is one of 24 schools in New South Wales participating in a research project in partnership with, and funded by the Department of Education and Communities (DEC) and The University of
    Newcastle. The research project is designed to investigate an approach to teacher professional learning for its capacity to impact on teaching quality and student outcomes. Read More (pdf)>

  • SRC Proposal to Penrith Council

    On Monday the 23rd of June the SRC and student leaders went to the Penrith City Council Meeting to speak about their proposal for the upgrade of the park on Callisto Drive in Cranebrook. Read More>