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Glossop High School

Glossop High School
Old Sturt Highway,Glossop,SA 5344
  • 学校类型:公立
  • 学生总数:1,050
  • 毕业率:71.6%
  • 男女比例:34:66
  • 就业率:89.9%
院校简介 本科申请 研究生申请 院校问答
概况
Glossop High School院校介绍

  Glossop High School opened in 1941 and over the ensuing 67 years has become a valued part of its local community.

  A partial redevelopment occurred in 1974 and the school has completed the final stages of a major upgrade project that was initially approved by Government in 1993 and began in 1997.

  A new Senior Campus was completed mid 1998. This campus is for Year 11 and 12 students and has special facilities for these students.

  Work on Stage 2 - to renovate the Middle School facilities - began mid 1999 and was completed mid 2000.

  At the end of 1999 the School Council voted to opt into the Partnerships 21 Local School Management programme.

  Glossop - What's in a name?

  The settlement of Glossop, established shortly after World War I, was named after Captain John T. C. Glossop, Commander of H.M.A.S. Sydney, and hero of Australia's first naval battle. At the outbreak of World War I, the German light battle cruiser Emden which was visiting the Chinese coast, headed to sea to fight as a lone wolf raider. During the ensuing three months, the Emden created devastation among Allied shipping and by early November 1914 had sunk fifteen British Ships, and had captured and set free a further five vessels, had raided Penang (Malaya), and had shelled the oil tanks of Madras (India). On 9 November 1914, a convoy transporting Australian troops to Egypt received a signal from a radio facility at Cocos Island warning of the approach of a "strange warship". The Sydney, under Glossop's captaincy, was directed to investigate the matter.

  Some 2 ? hours later, the more modern and better equipped Sydney joined battle with the Emden. Outgunning, and having suffered appalling casualties among his crew, Captain Von Muller, commander of the Emden, ordered that the warship be grounded. The Sydney subsequently took on board 182 prisoners including 65 badly wounded men. Captain Glossop requested that out of respect for the maimed and dying captives, the Allied troops refrain from cheering as the ship returned to the convoy.

  Captain Glossop was subsequently interviewed in Colombo, Ceylon (now Sir Lanka), by Australian poet and war correspondent, A. B. "Banjo" Paterson, who commented: "We can hardly believe that Australia's first naval engagement could have been such a sensational win, for our navy - was never taken seriously. And now we have sunk a German ship." (A. B. "Banjo" Paterson, Happy Dispatches, 1980). Paterson found Glossop" … a typical English Sailor-man, not a bit excited by the fact that he has 'woke up to find himself famous'". Glossop himself was horrified at the mayhem of modern warfare and remarked that "I've seen my first naval action… and all I can say is, thank God we didn't start the war."

  Captain John Glossop

  Given this backdrop, it is thus interesting to note that Glossop High was founded at a time when Australia was again engaged in war with Germany, and that the school was the last to be constructed in South Australia during World War II.

  A copy of the portrait of Captain John Glossop, the original of which hangs in the National Library of Australia, Canberra, is displayed in the main entrance at Glossop High School.

  Glossop High School's origins commence with that generation of pioneers who arrived in Berri, Barmera and adjacent districts in the period surrounding World War I, and those numbers included returning soldiers settled in the region after war. Following World War I, most of the burden of soldier settlement, supposedly a Commonwealth responsibility, fell upon the states. In 1919, the South Australian Parliament passed an Act to allow for the allocation of productive land to returned soldiers in various regions of South Australia. A number of returned soldiers arrived in the Riverland to claim their allotments, some spending several years on other work before their land was available.
  
  Life in the Riverland of this era was not for the faint hearted. Pioneering families were confronted with a range of immediate problems including lack of housing, poor transport, and a dearth of retail, medical and civic facilities, as well as an isolation which many found mentally crippling.

  The pioneering settlers of Berri, Barmera and the surrounding districts who having overcome the tribulations, hardships and crushing reverses of the previous twenty years were to unite and press for access to quality secondary education for their children in the Riverland. The determination and spirit which motivated their efforts not only resulted in the birth of Glossop High, and the appointment of an extraordinarily capable group of teachers, but was to instill within the school of camaraderie and sense of achievement which was to characterise Glossop High School for many years to come.

师生情况

师生比:1:11国际学生比例:1:8本科生数:7,274人 男女比:34:66在校学生数:1,050研究生数:11,072人

学术信息

1、斯克兰顿大学(美国斯克兰顿大学,The University of Scranton)连续被《美国新闻与世界报道》为北部十佳研究生学位大学,而其所在区域是这项调查最大也是最具竞争力的区域。

2、毕业生就业率高达95%,毕业生们在毕业六个月内就找到了工作或成功深造。

3、在过去的里,《普林斯顿评论》一直将斯克兰顿大学列入美国最佳大学的行列。同时,大学还被其评选为2015年20大最佳运营大学之一。

护理,职业疗法,工商管理,电气工程,化学科学,经济学,会计学,教育,人类学,电子商务,社会学,工商管理学,国际贸易

地理位置

斯坦福大学位于美国加州旧金山湾区南部的帕拉阿图市,临近世界著名高科技园区硅谷,苹果、谷歌和惠普等企业的总部就在学校不远处。

院系设置

为学生们提供学士学位、硕士学位以及博士学位,专业设置广泛,开设的主要专业包括:美洲研究、人类学、亚洲语言、生物科学、化学、古典文学、交流学、比较文学、戏剧、地球科学、亚洲研究、工程、经济学、英语、历史、国际关系、数学、音乐、哲学、心理学、宗教研究、象征系统学、计算机科学、化学工程、土木工程、电气工程、机械工程学、工程物理学、环境工程、生物工程、计算机系统工程 、产品设计、城市研究、建筑设计、数学及计算机科学、航空航天、能源资源工程、管理学与工程、材料科学与工程、生物力学工程、地质工程学与水文学等等

学校住宿

所有的斯坦福一年级生均需留校住宿,他们亦获得未来四年的宿位保证。

当中有89%的本科生获分配校园内的宿位。

根据斯坦福房屋分配办公室提供的资料,校方为这些住宿学生提供了80种的住宿形式,包括宿舍、合作社、联排式住宅、兄弟和姊妹会等。

本科申请
申请数据
  • 本科学生数:7,274人
  • 本科录取率:
  • 本科申请人数:10,114
  • 申请截止时间:3月1日;EA:11月15日
留学费用
  • 总花费:$59,594
  • 申请费:$90
  • 学费:$42,162
  • 住宿费:$14,264
  • 生活费:$4,260
研究生申请
申请数据
  • 研究生学生数:11,072人
  • 研究生录取率:6%
  • 研究生申请人数:38,828
  • 申请截止时间:9月9日-4月12日
留学费用
  • 总花费:$102,936-178,465
  • 申请费:$125-275
  • 学费:$54,315-129,700
  • 住宿费:$20,955
  • 生活费:$26,220
  • Q:Glossop High School怎么样?好不好?
  • A:  Glossop High School(http://school.liuxue360.com/au/glossophs/) opened in 1941 and over the ensuing 67 years has become a valued part of its local community.   A partial redevelopment occurred in 1974 and the school has completed the final stages of a major upgrade project that was initially approved by Government in 1993 and began in 1997.   A new Senior Campus was completed mid 1998. This campus is for Year 11 and 12 students and has special facilities for these students.
  • Q:Glossop High School留学怎么样?
  • A:  Glossop High School opened in 1941 and over the ensuing 67 years has become a valued part of its local community.   A partial redevelopment occurred in 1974 and the school has completed the final stages of a major upgrade project that was initially approved by Government in 1993 and began in 1997.   A new Senior Campus was completed mid 1998. This campus is for Year 11 and 12 students and has special facilities for these students.   Work on Stage 2 - to renovate the Middle School facilities - began mid 1999 and was completed mid 2000.   At the end of 1999 the School Council voted to opt into the Partnerships 21 Local School Management programme.
  • Q:澳大利亚Glossop High School几几年建立的?
  • A:Glossop High School(http://www.liuxue360.com/au/glossophs/)建立于1941年。 想了解更多澳大利亚留学信息,可登陆留学360澳洲部:http://au.liuxue360.com/
  • Q:Glossop High School怎么样?
  • A:  Glossop High School(http://school.liuxue360.com/au/glossophs/) opened in 1941 and over the ensuing 67 years has become a valued part of its local community.   A partial redevelopment occurred in 1974 and the school has completed the final stages of a major upgrade project that was initially approved by Government in 1993 and began in 1997.   A new Senior Campus was completed mid 1998. This campus is for Year 11 and 12 students and has special facilities for these students.
  • Q:Glossop High School优势有哪些?
  • A:  Glossop High School opened in 1941 and over the ensuing 67 years has become a valued part of its local community.   A partial redevelopment occurred in 1974 and the school has completed the final stages of a major upgrade project that was initially approved by Government in 1993 and began in 1997.   A new Senior Campus was completed mid 1998. This campus is for Year 11 and 12 students and has special facilities for these students.   Work on Stage 2 - to renovate the Middle School facilities - began mid 1999 and was completed mid 2000.   At the end of 1999 the School Council voted to opt into the Partnerships 21 Local School Management programme.
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