Success Stories



Congratulations to ex-students Anne Hatchard and Jessica Sedunary who have both been drafted in the Women's AFL League!

Wishing you all the best for the future!

On Tuesday 30th August, 4 Windsor students participating in the Aviation Club at WGSC were featured on the front page of the Education Lift Out within the Advertiser! The after-hours Club is run by our STEM Coordinator Matt Jamieson. 

Great work everyone!


Congratulations to Windsor Year 12 student Jack who in the recent school holidays won the SA Time Trials for Drone Racing. This means that Jack has qualified for the National Drone Racing Competition to be held at the Gold Coast next month.

Should he place in the top 5 competitors in this event, he will then have the opportunity to go to Hawaii to compete in the Drone Racing World Championships later on this year!

Well Done Jack! We wish you all the best!


Congratulations to teacher Dan Bleby who has won a Masters for Teachers scholarship offered by the Department for Education and Child Development to obtain his postgraduate degree! Dan works with the Wiltja Secondary College based at Windsor. He is studying a Masters at the University of South Australia with a focus on Indigenous languages. He was recently featured in The Advertiser for his success.


Shania is one of our Year 12 CHI students at WGSC. This year she was selected to attend the South Australian Aboriginal Sports and Training Academy (SAASTA) to complete her Certificate III in Sports and Recreation. She is the first deaf student to be enrolled in a course at the centre. As Shania's first language is Auslan she is supported at SAASTA with a bilingual SSO who helps her with her communication with the other participants and with the teachers. As a result many of the students are also learning some Auslan in an effort to communicate with Shania. 

Shania is an active member of the Aboriginal community at WGSC. She has participated in many events including the Power Cup in 2016 (in which her team placed forth), the cultural dance prior to the Port Adelaide v. West Coast AFL game during the Indigenous Round, was a member of the girls group and also helped in the preparation for the Elders Morning Tea as a part of Reconciliation Week. 

Well done Shania!


School Info

Windsor Gardens B - 12 incorporates the Windsor Gardens Centre for Hearing Impaired, and is one of the most dynamic learning centres in the state. We are a medium size secondary school with a very strong sense of community. 

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Tuesday: 8am - 4pm
Wednesday: 8am - 4pm
Thursday: 8am - 4pm
Friday: 8am - 4pm

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Phone: (08) 8261 2733
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