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Canberra - Telopea Park School
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Telopea Park School (Telopea Park High School) - ah, this is my old school. Brings back fond memories. From memory, the French bi-lingual system was just starting (although I was not a part of it). I attended until half way through Year 9, then had to leave because of the vagaries of my parents moving back overseas.

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Taken: 10/12/2011
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