Parents and caregivers of Pasadena High School students have voted against closing their school and merging with Unley High School.
The 'no' vote was confirmed after the final count of 107 ballots occurred on Wednesday. Two independent principals were appointed to oversee the balloting process, operating in the roles of returning officer and scrutineer.
There will be no change to the regular school day for parents or students at either school.
The Governing Council of Pasadena originally voted to investigate the option of a merger in 2015 under the Voluntary Amalgamation program.