Established in 1914, the school currently caters for approximately 930 students from Years 7 to 12. Admission is based entirely on academic results through the Selective High Schools Test undertaken by students in Year 6.
In 2001, The Sun-Herald ranked North Sydney Girls High School seventh in Australia's top ten girls' schools, based on the number of its alumni mentioned in the Who's Who in Australia (a listing of notable Australians).
North Sydney Girls High School was officially founded in 1914 with an enrolment of 194 students.The school was originally located on the corner of Hazelbank Road and Pacific Highway (where Bradfield Senior College now occupies). By the 1980s, it was felt that the site could no longer meet the needs of the school, and years of intense lobbying for improved facilities followed. When the New South Wales Government decided to close Crows Nest Boys' High, the facility was transferred to North Sydney Girls. In December 1993, North Sydney Girls High officially moved to its new... Read More