Frankston High School is turning 100 years!

‘100 years on 12 February 2024’

Frankston High School turns 100 years old in 2024.  We officially launch our countdown by showcasing our centenary logo and designs.

Next year we have some exciting activities planned including our official opening of our new building, our book launch of “100 Years, a 100 Voices: FHS Centenary Book,” former staff luncheon, various alumni events, alumni as guest speakers to our students, tours through our museum and student led activities, with our BestFest festival at the end of the year.

We look forward to celebrating with our current and former students and staff, as well as with the wider community.

Year 7-10 Campus Upgrades

$15.13M Years 7-10 Campus planning underway

Exciting things are happening at Frankston High School. Demolition is almost complete, making way for more open landscaped areas for our students to enjoy.  Students can look forward to a brand new 2 storey admin and learning block that will be front and centre to the street.  Creating better access for our students, school community and closer links to the Senior Campus preparing our students transition to VCE.

We are also extending our STEM building to include a new Food Technology area.

Our library has moved temporarily to the STEM Mezzanine level, giving students a wonderful view of Port Phillip Bay.

Once the Admin building is complete, the old Admin area will be refurbished into a new Library and IT services.

Leave a Lasting Legacy at Frankston High School

Sponsor a seat in the Frankston High School Performing Arts Theatre (PAT) and leave a lasting legacy.

Be a permanent part of our state-of-the-art facility for use by our students as well as the wider community.

For $300* each seat, you can dedicate a seat to a family member, an organization or someone else who is special.  An attractive brass plate will be placed on the back of each seat you sponsor.

*This donation is fully tax deductible. Ticket fees not included




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Parent Information

Premier School

Frankston High School is considered by many to be the premier school on the Mornington Peninsula.

Outstanding Results

Frankston High School’s VCE results continue to be outstanding. Each year more students achieve results placing them in the top 10% of students in the state.

Harmonious Diversity

Frankston High School is enriched by a strong international perspective; one which values the harmonious diversity of cultures in the life of the school.

English Language Centre

Frankston High School has a specialised English Language Centre on site. Students are taught English in a very supportive environment with excellent resources and fully qualified, caring staff.

Booklists for Years 7 – 12 at Frankston High School

Click here for instructions on how to order online

Year 7 2024 Booklist (not available yet)

Year 8 2024 Booklist (not available yet)

Middle School 2024 Booklist (not available yet)

VCE Early English 2024 Booklist

VCE and VCE VM 2024 Booklist (not available yet)

PFA Second Hand Booksale at Frankston High School

The PFA is selling books for families in our community who have chosen to use this service.  There are no returns for books purchased through the PFA’s secondhand book sale so please take note of the following categories that are available when selecting your books.

GOOD USED CONDITION – Some highlighting, neat annotations and markings

FAIR CONDITION – More extensive annotations and markings, well used book

About our Club

FHS Basketball Club is currently run by volunteers who have children at Frankston High School.  The club has grown to more than 25 teams in the last few years and competing in basketball associations across the Peninsula.  Please visit the FHS Basketball Club page for information on how to register.

About our Program

In 2018 we held our inaugural Far North Queensland Lifesaving Camp​ to St Teresa’s College in Abergowrie. The background regarding the camp concept came from our After School Lifesaving class. There was great interest in the Far North Queensland trip, for which all students submitted an application and underwent an interview process prior to selection. Students were chosen based on their classroom behaviour, lifesaving involvement and their interview.

The focus of the FNQ camp was to assist a group of boys from St Teresa’s College in Abergowrie, a remote indigenous boarding school to attain invaluable lifesaving skills and knowledge. Throughout the week of our visit to St Teresa’s College we built on their skills they had and assisted them in achieving the completion of their Recreational Bronze certificate. This qualification will assist them in gaining employment and provide them with skills that they can use throughout their everyday lives. The focus of this camp is not only lifesaving but also an opportunity to get to know these students, immerse ourselves in their culture and learn from them through activities such as painting, dance, cooking and storytelling.

On our return after lengthy discussions and reflection on the activities and values, we are delighted with the meaningful participation in leadership lifesaving activities. The diverse cultural exchange our students experienced has left them feeling enthusiastic about making the world a better place.

To build on the success of our visit to St Teresa’s College we invited their students to participate in our annual Lorne Lifesaving camp in November. At the conclusion of this camp the students will complete either their Surf Bronze Certificate of Surf Rescue Certificate. This certificate will enable them to go back to FNQ, patrol at local beaches in Townsville and take back invaluable lifesaving skills to their own communities.

Our aim is to create a self funded and accessible program for students who will be invited to apply, be interviewed to participate in this exciting partnership and exchange of culture and skills annually.

Through our fundraising partnership with the Sports Foundation, donations to this program are tax deductible. Please show your support by donating today!


Throughout the year Frankston High School requires host families for French and Soweto visitors.

We encourage all Frankston High School students to consider hosting visiting students as it is an invaluable experience as our host families always find the cultural experience rewarding and enjoyable.

We rely on the generosity of host families to provide food and accommodation.

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