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Connect, Innovate, Educate

Welcome to the Montrose Bay High School official website.

Our Mission Statement

Empowering our community through educational excellence

Our Vision                                                           Our Shared Values

Connect – Locally and globally                                             Community
Innovate – For tomorrow                                                       Responsibility and Respect
Educate – For a changing world                                           Excellence

                                                                                                 Achievement for All    

                                                                                                 Thinking Creatively

                                                                                                 Empathy and Equity


Latest news

Coronavirus COVID-19 updates

Return to School letter from Minister and Secretary





Link to DoE Learning from Home page

Link to Technology Support page


3 April 2020

Letter from Minister and DoE Secretary re Term 2 arrangements 

26 March 2020

Levy refund letter to parents

 25 March 2020

Letter to parents and carers from the Minister

23 March 2020

Click here for a letter to parents released by Tim Bullard, Secretary, Dept. of Education

 19 March 2020

Click here for a link to a letter from the Minister and the Secretary of the Education Department along with a document with a set of Frequently Asked Question for Parents document around COVID-19.

The letter also provides a link to a letter from the Director Public Health providing additional information that will also be of assistance to parents.

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Posted Thursday, 19 March 2020


Montrose Bay High School hours are from 8:35 am through to 3 pm.  The school accepts duty of care for students between the hours of 8:15 am and 3:15 pm.

It is important that parents do not bring children to school before these duty of care hours because there is no supervision of students at that time. Similarly, it is important parents either collect their children at the end of the school day or arrange for them to catch the bus home/make other collection arrangements so that students are not left unsupervised at the end of the school day.

Unsupervised students may engage in dangerous play or put themselves in dangerous locations such as car parks being used by buses and cars during school drop off/pick up.

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Posted Wednesday, 14 February 2018


This is a quick message to alert you to the exciting release of a new look DoE public website.

Some of the key features of the site include:

  • Improved discoverability including a Policy Portal, improved navigation and a more powerful search
  • High level of accessibility, which means information is accessible for all people including the visually impaired
  • An Alerts page to notify the public of any school, LINC or CFC closures
  • Improved news and feature options
  • A feedback mechanism that will also provide valuable data on usage patterns
  • A mobile and tablet responsive site

Click here to visit DoE public page http://www.education.tas.gov.au/

Posted Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Redevelopment 910


The final touches have now been completed and our new buildings are all fully operational. Upstairs A and B block have been completely refurbished and we have a new Administration block on the Foreshore Road side of the school. Our Gymnasium has had a makeover with a new floor and acoustic panelling and we are very fortunate to have a brand new Catering Kitchen. Here is a glimpse of the amazing results with thanks to HBV Architects and Hutchinson Builders.

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Posted Tuesday, 4 July 2017

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