Finley High School is an exceptional, local comprehensive high school delivering quality education to all students.
Students at Finley are encouraged and supported by a dedicated and professional staff, catering for the individual needs of all students.
The professional, university-educated teachers encourage students to develop a love of learning and a desire to succeed. They maintain the highest integrity and concern for your child’s wellbeing.
The principal, Bernie Roebuck, is responsible for the educational leadership and management of the school.
The school’s administrative staff can answer your enquiries or direct you to the appropriate staff member for help.
In 2011 Finley High School celebrated 50 years of offering quality education to Southern Riverina students.
The school has continued the tradition of providing quality secondary education, which was so firmly established by its predecessors the Finley District Rural School (1938-1949) and Finley Intermediate High School (1950-1960).
Finley High School is unique in that it serves the four district rural communities of Berrigan, Finley, Jerilderie and Tocumwal, and has a drawing area which is served by the shires of Berrigan, Conargo and Jerilderie.
The school has a long tradition of achieving excellent academic outcomes and at the same time providing all students with a wide range of experiences and opportunities in the creative and performing arts, in sport, in student leadership, in agriculture programs and in a range of links with local communities.