Tumut High School

Respect, Responsibility, Safety

Telephone02 6947 0600


What we offer

Each school in NSW offers something slightly different depending on the community. Here's what we offer for you.

Clontarf Foundation

The Clontarf Foundation exists to improve the education, discipline, self-esteem, life skills and employment prospects of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men and by doing so, equips them to participate more meaningful in society.

Tumut High School is proud to be in partnership with the Clontarf Foundation and to offer this program at Tumut High. 

Clontarf Foundation - THS Term 1 2024

Clontarf Foundation - THS Term 4 2023

Clontarf Foundation - THS Term 3 2023

Clontarf Foundation - THS Term 2 2023

Clontarf Foundation - THS Term 1 2023

Clontarf Foundation - THS Term 1 2022

Clontarf Foundarion - THS Term 2 2022

Clontarf Foundation - THS Term 3 2022


Stars Foundation

STARS began at Tumut High School at the start of Term 4, 2023. Officially STARS was in full flight Term 1 2024. THS has provided a beautiful space for our girls to call their own STARS room, on gorgeous Wiradjuri country. 

As one of the first STARS Foundation programs to be established in New South Wales, we are proud to have the opportunity to build relationships with our First Nations girls from Years 7 to 12 and we look forward to watching them succeed.

Program Coordinator Trish Whitburn and Mentor Nioka Marlowe are so excited to guide our First Nations young women at THS.

Stars Foundation Newsletter - THS Term 1 2024


All canteens in NSW public schools must meet certain requirements. These include providing more healthy food and drink options – to make the healthy choice an easy choice for students. Visit Healthy school canteens to learn more.

Our school canteen has met all the criteria to be recognised as a NSW Healthy Schools Canteen.

Our canteen is managed by the Tumut High School P&C Association and profits from the canteen are donated to the school.

Online ordering is available through My School Connect. https://myschoolconnect.com.au/


When students wear a school uniform, they feel included in our school community.

Students, teachers, parents and carers, as well as members of our local community helped develop our school uniform to make sure it:

  • meets the requirements of occupational health and safety, anti-discrimination and equal opportunity legislation

  • includes items that are affordable, comfortable and made from easy-care and easy-wear fabrics

  • is appropriate for the full range of school activities

  • is suitable for all body shapes.

Learn more about the NSW Department of Education’s School Uniform Policy.

Hiring our facilities

You may apply to use our school’s facilities for appropriate purposes provided your hiring of the facility doesn't interfere with our teaching and learning programs.

We assess each application on a case-by-case basis. Find out more at Using school facilities.

If you’re interested in hiring our facilities, contact us for details.