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  1. James Ruse was also a boys' school until 1977, at which time the school began admitting girls.
  2. James Ruse was originally a boys only school, but gradually became co-educational after an initial intake of 14 female students into year 11 in 1977. (Web site)

James Ruse

  1. Phillip assigned a convict, James Ruse, land at Rose Hill (now Parramatta) to establish proper farming, and when Ruse succeeded others followed.
  2. James Ruse He was sent on the Scarborough, one of the First Fleet, and arrived in New South Wales in January 1788. (Web site)
  3. By 1790, convict James Ruse[?] had begun to successfully farm near Paramatta[?], the first successful farming enterprise, and he was soon joined by others. (Web site)


  1. The life and times of James Ruse, convict and farmer.
  2. James Ruse This article is about the Australian farmer.


  1. James Ruse Drive is a main thoroughfare route around Parramatta, in Western Sydney. (Web site)
  2. Students at James Ruse are given many leadership opportunities.
  3. James Ruse - Definition, explanation James Ruse (1759-1837), pioneer of agriculture in Australia, was born on a farm in Cornwall. (Web site)
  4. It was at the opening of this stage that the route was named James Ruse Drive and given the State Route 53 shield. (Web site)
  5. James Ruse, whose students have dominated the HSC results for much of the past decade, was the clear favourite in 1996 with 1300 first-choice applicants. (Web site)


  1. THE principal of James Ruse Agricultural High says he will retire after his selective school tops the HSC achievement list for the 11th year in a row. (Web site)
  2. James Ruse has lost a former student to whom much is owed by those who followed. (Web site)
  3. The James Ruse Award Scheme is a system implemented to recognise all-round involvement and participation by students within the school community.

Agricultural High School

  1. A replica of his tombstone stands in the front garden of Barrengarry House, the administration block at James Ruse Agricultural High School.
  2. James Ruse Agricultural High School is an agricultural and selective co-educational public high school in Carlingford, New South Wales, Australia. (Web site)


  1. Drive along the M4 to the James Ruse Drive turn off and then follow directions as per travelling from Canberra. (Web site)
  2. Supershow - How to get there In all cases, turn off into James Ruse Drive and proceed to the major intersection at the corner of the Racecourse. (Web site)
  3. From M4 (from Penrith) - JAMES RUSE DRIVE EXIT - follow James Ruse Drive until Grand Avenue which is the first right turn and the 2nd set of traffic lights. (Web site)


  1. PICTURE OF JAMES RUSE CONVICT Everything about picture of james ruse convict - available at - picture of james ruse convict. (Web site)
  2. Even so, there are only 180 places available, and James Ruse still has the pick of the high performers. (Web site)
  3. There are public car parks available on James Ruse Drive, which have FREE PARKING all day. (Web site)


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  2. Places > Earth > Continents > Australia
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