Campus facilities

Your campus 

Taylors High School is located at the Taylors College Sydney campus. It provides the latest technology and modern facilities to ensure you get the most from your studies. There are well-equipped laboratories, computer rooms, study rooms, art and design studios and a well-equipped library.

Learning facilities

Our campus is purpose-built for education. We have created the perfect environment to help you to successfully progress through Years 10, 11 and 12. On campus you will find:

  • dedicated study rooms
  • computer access rooms
  • library with over 26,000 items.

You will also find on campus our English Learning Centre, modern science laboratories, visual art and graphic design studios and music practice rooms, providing the space you need for focused study on specific subjects and materials.

High-tech teaching

All campuses have access to the latest technology to enhance teaching and learning. This includes interactive whiteboards, subject-specific software, and online learning resources with ClickView and Study Smart. We also have wi-fi throughout the campus, so you will always be connected.

Taking time out

In addition to world-class learning facilities, we offer a number of social areas, so you can make the most of your free time at Taylors High School. Our outdoor seating areas are a great space to read and enjoy the sunny weather. Or visit the student common rooms to relax with friends, play table tennis, and pick up snacks from a vending machine.

There is a convenience store next to the college entrance, and a choice of nearby cafés and restaurants. There's also a bus stop right outside the high school, so you can easily access the nearby city centre.

Bring your own device

Many of your lessons will use our learning site, Study Smart. If possible, you are encouraged to bring your own laptop to class to access these study tools.

Study rooms

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“The school gives Year 12 a study room. It's quiet and we can talk together.”
Eva, 2015 graduate