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The Advanced Technology Industry School Pathways Program is an initiative funded from the Commonwealth by the Department of Defence.

The program aims to increase the numbers of students studying science, maths and technology while at school and post school. The increase in professional and vocational pathways will provide greater workforce capacity for industries which support the growing defence industries in South Australia. With the addition of five more schools in 2017, there are twenty-four schools involved in this program. The schools in the program are:

Northern schools

Southern schools

Western schools

Government schools

Government schools

Government schools

·         Craigmore High School

·         Aberfoyle Park High School

·         Henley High School

·         Playford International College

·         Blackwood High School

·         Le Fevre High School

·         Golden Grove High School

·         Brighton Secondary School

·         Ocean View College

·         Salisbury East High School

·         Hallett Cove School R-12

·         Seaton High School

·         Valley View High School

·         Hamilton Secondary College

·         Underdale High School

Non government schools

·         Mitcham Girls High School

·         Woodville High School

·         Gleeson College

·         Reynella East College

Non government schools

·         Pedare Christian College

·         Unley High School

·         Portside Christian College

·         St Patrick's Technical College

·         Mount Carmel College

Contact us if you would like more information        

Sarah Baker
 Program Manager
Phone (08) 8226 4362 
Mobile 0429 990 041

Pam Gerrard Industry Broker
Phone (08) 8226 5891
Mobile 0407 118 914
Department for Education and Child Development
Advanced Technology Project
Level 5, 31 Flinders Street, Adelaide SA 5000
Courier: R11/37A
Fax (08) 8226 3120

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