Montgomery High School

Montgomery High School joined the FCAT family in October 2014. Since that time we have worked tirelessly to effect significant changes which are impacting very positively on the student experience and outcomes.

Montgomery High School has a long and proud history and we are building on these foundations with a strong and unrelenting focus on the elements that make great schools. Fundamental to our future success is the quality of teaching. We are here to ensure every student experiences inspiring lessons taught by motivated and well qualified teachers. We work with all our staff to ensure the craft of the classroom is the best it can be. Our students deserve nothing less.

We are passionate about the very best in school leadership and have restructured and strengthened the Senior Leadership Team. We are delight that through close and effective partnership and working with other highly successful local schools, we have brokered in leaders with a strong track record of school improvement.

We are very proud of the successes of all our students. Our school is built upon the foundations of mutual respect, collective values and the firm beliefs that learning counts and people really matter. We also strive to be at the forefront of innovation and change in education. We have developed a curriculum responsive to the needs of young people in a rapidly changing world. We are committed to inspiring students to be positive contributors to their school and wider community.

This school is energetic, inclusive and continually seeking ways to develop and improve the opportunities we offer to the local and wider community. We strive to maintain a firm balance between our prime function of providing the highest quality education and care in the broadest sense and attention to the individual needs of each member of the school.

Our Aims

Our key aims are to:

  • provide every individual in the school with quality of opportunity and encouragement to realise his or her full potential.
  • enable students to achieve essential qualifications
  • help prepare students to lead constructive and fulfilling lives.
  • enable students to develop the necessary personal and social skills and well-being to be responsible, autonomous community members.
  • develop responsible environmental attitudes.
  • promote respect for and understanding of diversity.


Mr Stephen Careless



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