Virtual Tour

Main entrance off Pickett Crescent


The ongoing aim of our building and maintenance program is to maintain and expand our excellent facilities. In 2008/09 a $2 million upgrade of the schools Art/Technology and administration areas was undertaken.

Existing facilities include:
* an outstanding Food Technology centre
* a fully equipped gymnasium
* a 200-seat auditorium and rehearsal rooms for the Performing Arts
* an upgraded Science and Technology wing
* dedicated rooms for year 7 classes, which include computer pods to each class
* modern, fully-equipped library

A modern, fully equipped canteen is open at morning recess, lunchtime and after school. It aims, with the assistance of voluntary labour, to provide nutritious food at a reasonable cost. The Oberon canteen has embraced the ‘Healthy Foods’ model and offers an extensive selection.

The school is set in spacious grounds, which include:

* a football and cricket oval, soccer/hockey field
* tennis, netball and basketball courts
* handball courts
* passive recreation areas in garden settings
* an outdoor exercise circuit
* an outdoor amphitheatre/performance space

Oberon is continually developing the grounds to maximise student enjoyment and use.

Oberon High School has excellent computer facilities which are continually upgraded. Students have access to more than 400 desktop computers and over 400 laptops across the school. There are six fully equipped labs, computer pods located in all learning areas, 32 classrooms with multi-media projection facilities and five interactive whiteboards. Our network capacity is outstanding and we have successfully implemented a program which allows one-to-one computer learning all students.

The Oberon High School library provides an attractive and stimulating environment for both learning and leisure, with a strong focus on children’s literature, information literacy and the use of learning technologies.

The library is open from 8.30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. each day, with access before school, recess, lunch and after school. Students have the opportunity to complete homework, research, read, borrow and use computer, print and photocopying facilities. The library supports the school’s chess team. The team competes in several interschool tournaments throughout the year including Chess Kids competitions. The school has successfully won the Tri-College Champion Shield (competing against St Joseph’s College and Grovedale College) for five of the last six years.